Tawnya Crider earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Florida State University in 2003 and Master’s degree at University of West Florida in Exceptional Student Education with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2015. Mrs. Crider practiced as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) since 2004 until she obtained her BCBA in 2015. Population experience consists of working with adults and children with a wide range of developmental disabilities and consulting in public and private schools. Mrs. Crider joined Team PBS in 2012 as the Regional Coordinator for the FL Panhandle. She loves improving the lives of her clients, whether providing Intensive Behavioral Therapy programs for children with autism, working with children and adults to increase their independence or teaching caregivers to decrease and manage non-compliant and aggressive behaviors.