Dr. Rachel Enoch, BCBA-D, is a leader in training teachers and staff on the implementation of Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) across school-wide initiatives. Previously she created and implemented community mindfulness camps for children and worked as the primary Board Certified Behavior Analyst at a residential eating disorder facility for adolescent females. Rachel is excited to find new and innovative ways to infuse behavior analysis in the classroom as well as in alternative education and community settings.
Rachel is passionate in her support of ABA students in their journey to becoming behavior analysts and infuses a social justice focus into her teaching and training. In September 2018, Rachel was elected to serve as President of NHABA, an affiliate chapter of the Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI). She hopes to promote continued support and awareness to the field and bring research practices and professional development opportunities to behavior analysis throughout New Hampshire.