“We cannot choose the behavior of others, but we can control how we react to that behavior, which effects the probability of that behavior occurring in the future”
Keith Berger knows he has an important job to do, and he is focused on doing it well. Keith’s dedication to helping others and his commitment to science and education are clear as he says, “I get the privilege of working closely with individuals who need support, and I have the strong science of applied behavior analysis as a guidepost to help me provide this support.”
Keith graduated from Idaho State University in 2012 with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and holds a Masters Degree in Teaching with an emphasis on ABA from National University. Keith has 8+ years of experience working with children and adults with ASD and other developmental disabilities.
In his spare time, Keith enjoys spending time outdoors enjoying all activities Idaho has to offer throughout the year. Some of his favorite activities include hiking, boating, hunting, fishing, snowboarding, and going on adventures with his wife, son, and two dogs. Keith also likes to work on and drive his classic car and play with his two dogs.