Carrie Schuetz-Hooghe has been with Applied Behavioral Services since July of 2005 serving roles Intervention Specialist in the home, community and school as well as Clinic Supervisor. Carrie moved to Cincinnati from Wisconsin (Go Packers!) after graduating from Miami University with a degree in Psychology. Carrie then graduated with a Master’s Degree in Education from Northcentral University and completed her Board Certified classes from North Texas University. Carrie has been working with children with disabilities since working as a Camp Counselor at the YMCA in high school. Carrie is excited to work towards ABS’ mission of providing an intensive learning environment for individuals with developmental disabilities with dedication and team work.
Carrie was the Co-President of Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) for four years and continues to enjoy presenting on various behavioral topics as often as possible. Currently Carrie is also the Crisis Prevention Institute Trainer for ABS and completes BCBA supervision for the ABS staff and members of the community.
Carrie has made Cincinnati her new home with her husband Jimmy and their two adventurous children Mallory and Hunter. When not entranced in Applied Behavior Analysis, Carrie loves to exercise, take her dog (Ike a fawn boxer) for walks, and reading.