Crystal Harms M.Ed., BCBA is the Behavior Services Manager for Bayada Home Health Care’s Behavioral Health Services in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Crystal earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis in 1994 from Florida State University, and a Master of Education in 2001 from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania — a program in which she later taught as an adjunct professor. She became a Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (CABA-fl) in 1997 in Florida, where certification in the field originated. She then became a charter certificant for the BCaBA certification in 2000 and served on the organization’s Board of Directors for 4 years. Crystal sat for her boards in November of 2020 and obtained her full BCBA. Crystal has also serves as an adjunct professor for Rowan University in the Psychology Department (since 2006) and the Center for Behavior Analysis, Research, and Service (since 2021). Throughout her career, Crystal has worked as a behavior analyst, teacher, clinical director and learning consultant in public and private facilities and in homes. She has treated children and adults with developmental disabilities, mental health diagnoses, and other behavioral needs, working in partnership with their caregivers, therapists, and educators. She has had the privilege of providing these services across the United States and in parts of Canada. Crystal is passionate about taking this breadth of experience and using it to support our newest practitioners coming into the field. Crystal lives in Medford, New Jersey with her husband and rescue dog a few miles away from her horse and has two adult children that live in the NJ and PA areas.