Sondra Beaudoin is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), a Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst (LABA), and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She has worked with adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs for more than 30 years.
Ms. Beaudoin joined the May team in 2011 as an In-Home Behavior Consultant. She is currently the organization’s Director of In-Home Behavioral Services (IHBS). In this capacity, she oversees services provided by May Institute Behavior Therapists and Behavior Monitors in the Southeast and Boston-Metro locations. She also provides supervision to BCBA students working within the IHBS program.
Prior to joining May Institute, Ms. Beaudoin was the Intensive Care Coordinator for the Community Service Agency Program at Fall River Family Service Association (FRFSA) in Massachusetts. She also provided counseling services at FRFSA for several years. Earlier in her career, she worked for L.I.F.E., Inc. (Living in Fulfilling Environments, Inc.), as a Program Manager, Area Director, Support Coordinator, Human Rights Liaison, and Privacy officer for residential group homes in Rhode Island. Following 21 years of employment at L.I.F.E., Inc., she served as Chairperson of its Human Rights Committee for 10 years.
Ms. Beaudoin served as a member of the Massachusetts Air National Guard for nine years. She was an Honor Graduate from Basic Military Training, and earned the Air Force Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, and Air Force Longevity Medal during her tenure. Following 9/11, she performed one year of active duty supporting “Operation Noble Eagle” from 2001-2002.
Ms. Beaudoin earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Services from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMD), and her master’s degree in Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed the Applied Behavior Analysis Certification Program at UMD.