Carley received her bachelor’s degree in health science at University of North Florida with a concentration in exercise science. She completed her internship through St. Vincent’s Hospital working with a summer program called Momentum that designs fun and creative workouts for children seven to fifteen years old to help fight/prevent childhood obesity. This internship sparked her interest of working with children. Carley then worked at an inclusion preschool providing early intervention services. Carley has experience with infants through elementary school providing educational and behavioral interventions. She is a certified registered behavior technician and provides services for children in both the clinic and school setting. Carley loves working with her clients and hopes to make a positive impact on them. In her spare time, Carley enjoys reading and spending time with her family.