Kayla (Remy) Comerford
Remy works primarily with teenagers and adults with mental illness who often (but not always) identify within LGBTQIA+ communities. They use a consent-based model to guide their clinical work, and specialize in teaching skills that are likely to improve autonomy, such as communicating, coping, managing impulses, perspective taking, and problem solving. Before becoming BCBA, Remy worked as a violinist, and now they often combine empirically-supported strategies with their skills in music production, writing, and visual art, with an aim to help people replace harmful behaviors with actions that are based on their individual values.
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