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Mallory Schneider, M.S.Ed.
Clinical Support Coordinator
Mallory Schneider was born and raised in Miami, Florida.
She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Florida State University in 2009, and then went on to obtain her Master of Science in Education degree, in Mental Health Counseling, from the University of Miami in 2011.
Mallory has worked in research labs both at Florida State University and the University of Miami studying social and emotional concerns, as well as early intervention techniques with toddlers, children and adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Through these positions, Mallory
was able to develop extensive knowledge in the field of autism.
For her practicum internship, Mallory worked at Coral Gables Senior High School where significant time was spent aiding the teacher of an autism cluster classroom.
Prior to working at CARD, Mallory worked as a Research Associate at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine as a part of an 18-year longitudinal study investigating the effects of prenatal cocaine exposure in African Americans.
As part of this research study, Mallory
completed interviews and assessments with the participants assisting them in life skills, job placement and other necessary referral services.
Mallory is currently working as a Clinical Support Administrator for UM-NSU CARD.
In this position, Mallory
aids the Broward community in registering families with CARD
, providing referral services for constituents and providing technical assistance and training to local schools and families registered with the center.