Emerald Coast Autism Center

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Team Catherine


Catherine Luecht, BCaBA
Supervisor

Catherine is a 2008 graduate from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Special Education and Elementary Education. Catherine is an Emerald Coast Autism Center staff supervisor and a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA). She is one of ECAC’s original staff members, joining the organization shortly after the doors opened in fall 2009. 
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"I love the positive leadership and healthy camaraderie that is built within the foundation of our organization"
- Catherine

 



Haleigh Dutton, BCBA
Lead Therapist

"One of the best feelings is having a work place that genuinely cares not just about their clients, but the employees/coworkers as well. ECAC is just that! The family atmosphere makes going to work every day feel more like a privilege than a task! There is truly no greater feeling than enjoying your work place while also helping children and their families grow more and more every day." - Haleigh


Anne-Marie Miller
Registered Behavior Technician 



Sharon McHugh
Shark Tank Teacher | Registered Behavior Technician 





Roni Whitfield
Registered Behavior Technician 

"I love being at ECAC because everyday is exciting. Being able to watch the kids grow is very rewarding and the supportive environment allows me to grow as well." - Roni




Mia Rodgers 
Registered Behavior Technician

"ECAC is an incredible place that provides a positive environment for the students and staff to grow and thrive every day. Being able to work with such wonderful kids gives me a greater sense of purpose and an extensive appreciation for the small things. Every day is an adventure filled with love and a simple reminder to enjoy life, no matter what obstacles may be thrown our way." -Mia 



Elsa Dickson
Registered Behavior Technician


"I love the role I am in because I get to experience the sweetest feeling of being able to witness my clients becoming increasingly independent in a variety of life skills. Witnessing them develop the social skills to make their first best friend is also an incredible milestone that I get to be a part of. For me, there's no greater reward than being able to help others!" -Elsa