Jasmine Gray, MS, BCBA, PLMHP

PsychologyJasmine Gray MS, BCBA, PLMHP
Munroe-Meyer Institute
985450 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-5450


Professional Summary

Jasmine Gray, MS, BCBA, PLMHP is a pre-doctoral intern and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in the Comprehensive School-Based Mental Health Program in the the Munroe-Meyer Institute Department of Psychology at UNMC. She joins us from Mississippi State University School Psychology PhD program in Starkville, MS. Her experience includes providing behavioral and assessment services in clinic and school settings for diverse populations with a variety of presenting concerns including internalizing and externalizing disorders, and academic difficulties. Jasmine has also provided teacher and parent trainings on a variety of topics including effective classroom management, the basics of applied behavior analysis, and preparing children to return to school after the COVID-19 shutdown.

Jasmine has experiences providing consultation services to teachers and school administration on effective strategies for managing disruptive behaviors in the school setting. She served as the behavior specialist in three school districts across three years and the assessment specialist within one school district. She has conducted research on the use of token economy systems to increase social skills in teens with ASD, the use of explicit timing to increase math fluency, diversity within school psychology and mindfulness in the classroom.

In her free time, Jasmine enjoys exercising, trying new restaurants, and spending valuable quality time with her friends and family, including him miniature schnauzer, Gio.

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