Shannon Parlett is a Registered Behavior Technician and a Behavior Intervention Coach.
Shannon earned a Bachelor's in Human Services degree with an emphasis on Child and Family Welfare in 2015 and graduated Summa cum Laude.
She has worked as a behavior therapist serving children with autism spectrum disorder and those with high levels of aggression that put them at risk for out-of-home placement. Moved into the public school system as a school-based behavior counselor and therapeutic day treatment provider while earning her Master’s degree in Human Services Counseling: Marriage and Family.
She is currently pursuing a second Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with the intent to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LP).
She has worked in the field of human services and child welfare since 1995, with extensive training and experience in serving children with autism, attention deficits, neurodivergence, and school-based behaviors that negatively impact learning and access to learning in the public school system.
Shannon loves working with younger children whom she affectionately calls her “littles”.