Students

Jenna Berger is a graduate student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program at the University of Washington. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Western Washington University. She is completing her practicum at the University of Washington Autism Center.
Tammara Bode is in the fourth year of her doctoral degree in counseling psychology at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington. Tammara has special interests in working with children who have developmental disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as further studies of neuropsychological concerns. In addition to her doctoral training she also holds a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology with a specialty in working with youth and adolescent athletes.
Missy Johnson received her Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences: Communication Disorders from the University of Washington. She is currently a graduate student at the University of Washington studying Medical Speech-Language Pathology. Missy is completing a clinical practicum rotation at the UWAC.
Shannon Ludeman is a doctoral student in the UW School Psychology program. She is a nationally-certified school psychologist and head counselor at Apex Summer Camp. Shannon is completing a year-long practicum at the UW Autism Center.
Claire Miller is a graduate student in the MSW program clinical concentration at the Univerity of Washington School of Social Work. She received her Bachelor of Social Work at Northern Arizona University. She is completing her practicum at the University of Washington Autism Center and is a UW LEND trainee.
Cassidy Ritter received her Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Development from Sonoma State University. She is currently attending graduate school to receive her Ed.S. in School Psychology through the College of Education at the University of Washington. Cassidy will be completing a practicum at the UW Autism Center.
Taylor Saunders is a graduate student in the MSW program at the UWT School of Social Work. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Washington State University. As a Simon Family Fellow she is interested in expanding and improving autism services for adults. She is completing her practicum at the University of Washington Autism Center Tacoma.

Post-Doctoral Trainees

Dr. Kate MacDuffie is a post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Washington Autism Center. Her research interests are in the field of neuroethics, with a specific focus on the ethical use of predictive neuroimaging in pediatric disorders.

See her personal website here!