is a Program Coordinator who has been with the Project:
Natural Setting Therapeutic Management (NSTM) since 2003. She
serves as a clinical team leader which provides behavioral training
and consultation to caregivers (i.e. parents, teachers, staff members)
of individuals with developmental disabilities or Autism who present
with severe behavioral challenges. Mrs. Marky also provides behavioral
consultation services to multiple school districts and residential
agencies, throughout the State. In that capacity, she carries out
multifactor behavioral assessments, trains parents/staff in Applied
Behavior Analysis (ABA) and develops behavior intervention that
can be carried out in the natural environment.
Mrs. Marky earned
her Master's in Social Work (MSW) from the Graduate
School of Social Work through Rutgers University and is certified
as a School Social Worker. She is currently pursuing certification
through the The Behavior Analyst
Certifaction Board (BACB) in Applied Behavior Analysis (BCBA).
She is currently working on initiating a Social
Skills Program and individualized treatment for children with
Asperger's Syndrome and High Functioning Autism through the Anxiety
Disorders Clinic at Rutgers University.