Ms. Perlman earned her Master’s Degree from The Florida State University in Child Development and Family Relations. She began working in the field of Behavior Analysis in 1993 as a behavior specialist at a center-based school, serving students who were diagnosed with severe emotional and behavioral disabilities. In 2000, Anne joined the BMC team on a full-time basis under the direct guidance and mentorship of Dr. Maxin Reiss. She earned her BCBA in 2001 and, over the course of her career, has worked with individuals with a wide variety of ages, disabilities, and behavioral needs in both school, home, and residential settings. Currently, Anne serves as the Director of Clinical Services for the BMC team, and also continues to work directly with children, families and schools. Anne’s strength and experience as a behavior analyst coupled with her leadership, mentorship and guidance of new RBTs and Senior BCBAs on the team, makes her an incredibly valuable to the BMC team and those we serve. In addition, to her work with BMC, Ms. Perlman is the Co-President of the Capitol Association for Behavior Analysis.
Ms. Perlman is the mother of two grown children. When not working, she enjoys
cheering on the FSU Seminoles, paddle-boarding with her husband, and traveling.