Ms. Broberg has obtained dual masters degrees in Counseling with emphases in Applied Behavior Analysis and Rehabilitation from the California State University, Los Angeles. She is currently a doctoral student of Business Psychology Ph.D. program at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles. As a business owner, CEO, clinical director, and consultant for over 10 years, Ms. Broberg has developed, implemented, and overseen training and supervision protocols for the direct staff, program supervisors, and clinical managers of companies providing ABA services in Los Angeles. Her roles in management have provided her significant knowledge and experience in the application of behavior analytic approaches and strategies in organizational management and quality assurance techniques. In supervising clinical and administrative staff, she has emphasized the importance of ethics, professionalism, and case management skills. Her efforts have been to increase the quality of care by continuously improving and strengthening the reliability and fidelity of measurements, and ensuring compliance with the BACB requirements for the application of behavior skills training model in training and supervision.
During the formative years of her career working as an early behavior intervention counselor and case manager for the Los Angeles Unified School District, she was provided with opportunities to engage in collaborative work with professionals outside the field of applied behavior analysis. Through these collaborative work relationships, she has gained experience which led to increasing the efficiency of services provided to the shared population of clients. Her experiences and skills in this domain have been also beneficial for the great many BCBA interns under her supervision and contributed towards improving the quality of care for services.