Clinical Director, M.Ed., BCBA
Hello. My name is Quatiba Davis. I am the Clinical Director at ABA Centers of Florida. I’m a mother, an educator and a behavioral therapist. My passion is helping people.
I was born and raised in the Bronx, New York and while I’m so happy to live in Florida, New York will always have a special place in my heart.
About Quatiba Davis
I earned my graduate degree in Education from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York. I have a dual certification in general and special education grades 1st through sixth. I completed my BCBA coursework through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
I learned so much from those programs, but my real education came from working directly with children. I’ve spent years working with kids of varying disabilities in classrooms, in clinics and in home-based settings. The children taught me so much about myself as an educator and therapist. I learned how to assess their individual needs and worked to provide them with the best services possible. I was an SEL curricular leader and supervisor. I also served on the I&RS (Intervention and Referral Service) committee to support teachers.
I moved to Florida in 2016 and found myself back in the classroom as a lead math teacher. Shortly after that I was promoted to Behavior Interventionist at a Charter School In Boynton Beach. During that time I became certified as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
Due to the high need for services in the Autism community during the pandemic, I left the school system and chose to devote my career to helping Autistic children and those families in need.
I earned my BCBA in 2020 and since then my focus has been to provide training to direct direct support staff (DSP) as well as in-home ABA services for families. I’m also a proud member of BABA (Black Applied Behavior Analysts). I look forward to welcoming you into the ABA Centers of Florida family.