Intervention Coordinator, Adult Services
Kimberlee Flatt is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst currently working towards her doctoral degree in Autism Intervention though the department of Educational Psychology. She has 10+ years supporting public education through a variety of roles. She is certified as a Special Education Teacher, General Education Teacher, School Counselor, and Administrator. She is passionate about serving individuals on the Autism Spectrum of all ages. At the Kristen Farmer Autism Center she enjoys the opportunity to support and equip adolescents and adults though self-advocacy and through strengthening adaptive social skill behaviors.
In addition to working with individuals with autism, Kimberlee currently serves as her churches Special Needs Pastor. Her goals include teaching others how to support individuals with special needs as they adapt to a variety of environments. Her foundational belief is that everyone has something valuable to contribute to the world, regardless of the obstacles they may face. She has been married to her husband, J.R. since 2001 and together have 4 children. She is proud to be part of such a dynamic team of professionals who share the same vision to teach and train, research, and provide a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to equipping individuals with autism across the lifespan!