Danielle Sayebrook is the founder and administrator of SEBA. Danielle holds a BA in Special Education from Seattle Pacific University and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from City University of Seattle. She taught special education for 10 years in the Lake Washington School District, eventually specializing in autism. There she worked closely with Dr. John Whitehead in setting up a “demonstration classroom” which ran for three years, training teachers in ABA and Structured Teaching (TEACCH) methodologies. She obtained her BCBA certification in 2008. Danielle holds a Washington State Teaching Certificate endorsed for regular and special education and a Certified Counselor credential from the Washington State Department of Health.
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