Tasha Enriquez strives to teach everyone she meets that learning and behavior change is not specific to autism, developmental disabilities, or animal behavior — it affects every one of us, every day.
Tasha’s first passion in life was horses, and as a teen, she gave riding lessons to children and adults with disabilities. After high school, she was an instructional assistant in special education classrooms, and a “go to” aide for managing problem behavior.
While working on her bachelor and master’s degree in teaching with a specialization in applied behavior analysis, Tasha continued her work in a school setting as a behavioral aide and she also worked in the home setting as a behavior interventionist. She went on to obtain her BCBA credential – progressing professionally and taking on more responsibility every step of the way. Today, Tasha supports the development and delivery of training offered through the 360 Behavioral Health University, while also supporting our California Psychcare Riverside office as the CPC Assistant Center Director.
Tasha has three horses and rides competitively. She also loves going on adventures with her husband and traveling to new countries with her sister.