Chantelle Spence, B.S.
Ms. Chantelle Spence is a Behavior Specialist for our Behavioral Education and Therapy Program in Southwest Florida. This program provides behavioral training and support to foster families. Chantelle provides a high level of individualized behavioral support to assist foster and adoptive families as well as relative and non-relative caregivers in dealing with children who have a history of trauma and abuse.
Chantelle is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Counseling with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis and Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Her interest in behavior analysis began when she was an undergrad at Nova Southeastern University and assigned as an intern with the Broward County Public School. During this time, she worked with high functioning children who were exhibiting problem behaviors in the classroom. Working in this setting prompted her to pursue her Masters in Counseling.
- Caregiver training
- Assessment and treatment of problem behavior
- Child welfare
- Currently pursuing M.S in Counseling with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis and Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University
- B.S. in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University
- Photography and the fine arts
- Spending time with family and friends
- Brain teasers/puzzles
- Listening to music