MCPP Training Coordinator
Jasmine Gholston, BS, RBT, has more than five years of experience working with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Currently, Jasmine serves as the training coordinator in the Marcus Autism Center Crisis Prevention Program (MCPP). In addition to her role with MCPP, Jasmine conducts trainings and provides ongoing support to the Marcus Autism Center Severe Behavior Program. This includes providing training and resources on how to safely manage individuals who become aggressive or engage in destructive behaviors.
Jasmine began working with children with autism and developmental disabilities in 2014 as a paraprofessional in the public school system. In 2015, Jasmine joined the Marcus Autism Center team as a behavior data analyst and clinical specialist within the intensive outpatient team.
Through her time in the public school system and as part of Marcus Autism Center, Jasmine has gathered a broad range of experience in the creation and implementation of behavior intervention treatments with individuals with aggressive and destructive behaviors. Jasmine has also gathered several years’ worth of experience training caregivers and other individuals on effective behavior intervention methods as well as crisis prevention and management strategies. Jasmine received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Georgia State University and is currently completing her master’s in clinical mental health counseling at Mercer University.