Krystal Dubé teaches Social Thinking and supports families and children from a gentle yet energetic behavioral perspective. She is the much-adored leader of the Skills for Living Pokémon Club- our students respect Krystal’s knowledge and sincere love of anime.
Krystal has been working at Skills for Living since it’s opening on Grove Street. She worked alongside Katy Shamitz for nearly a year before taking on her own social groups. Outside of Skills for Living, Krystal works as a job coach and social support to students in the public schools. She also has experience as a home-based behavior therapist and assistant classroom teacher in therapeutic learning environments.
Krystal has a calm but direct approach with students. She uses her knowledge of ABA therapies and behavioral language and to help students gain insight into their own behavior as she supports them with strategies to make meaningful change.
Krystal has a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University, where she completed specialized courses in ABA therapy with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.