Jennifer Fitzpatrick is a highly qualified national Board Certificated Behavior Analyst and holds both a Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis/Special Education with further specialization in Autism and a Masters
in Education.   Currently, Mrs. Fitzpatrick is finishing her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology with specialization towards Neurological Disorders-Autism.  Mrs. Fitzpatrick received her training in Washington DC and received special training in Autism within a specialized ABA unit.

Jennifer Fitzpatrick leads a team for a CCO  providing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services to Medicaid eligible individuals throughout Oregon.   Outside her job, she also provides mentoring and case supervision to other BCBAs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho and she consults on special client cases that require her unique expertise.  

Mrs. Fitzpatrick's specialty is in EIBI, Autism and Self Injurious Behaviors.  She strongly believes in early intervention (EIBI) ABA services, and the deep impact and benefits derived by such services on the future of children with autism and their entire family.

           Jennifer Fitzpatrick, BCBA, M.Ed., M.A.

This website has been provided to assist parents with children of autism to acquire information, provide details to individuals interested in contacting Ms. Fitzpatrick for BCBA Supervision, and as a general resource.



BCBA Supervision

Board Certification Supervision Hours



National Board Certification requires 1,500 supervised  hours for BCBA and 1,000 supervised hours for BCaBA by a certified BCBA. BCBA Mentoring and case supervision is available locally in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.


Specialization Mentoring specifically in Autism and Self Injurious Behaviors along with Neurodevelopmental treatments.


Diagnosis Process, Treatment Programs, 
Parent Brochures, Links and Resources


Most children in the U.S are identified after the age of 4 even though identification at the age of 2 is reliable and produces the best outcomes.

There is no cure for Autism, but  today there are many effective treatments.


Applied Behavior Analysis

ABA Therapy


The United States Surgeon General (1999) concluded, “Thirty years of research demonstrated the efficacy of applied behavioral methods in reducing inappropriate behavior and in increasing communication, learning and appropriate social behavior.”