Kim Kaufman

Regional Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor

I began working with Children with Autism in 2001 at a school in Massachusetts. I enrolled in Simmons College and received my Master’s degree in Special Education when I was there. After I graduated, I moved to Virginia Beach and taught in a classroom for children with autism for 5 years. Because I desired my BCBA certification, I moved to Northern Virginia and enrolled in George Mason University to complete my courses. In 2013, I was looking for the next step as I was studying to take the exam so I moved and began working at The Madeline Centre. The next year, I passed my exam and became a clinical supervisor.  As clinical supervisor, I have had to opportunity to see the clients on my caseload progress to greater communication and social skills and clinicians develop greater skills and confidence.