Chelsea Waxler, Therapist

Chelsea Waxler

Therapist

Bachelor’s in Political Science and History, Indiana University

An avid cat lover, history buff, and strong advocate for all things comfortable, Chelsea may seem like the stereotypical introvert. Upon having a conversation with her though, you will be exposed to her bubbly and easily excitable nature. Always down for goofy faces, sudden switches into accents, as well as impromptu dance parties, Chelsea is not afraid to do whatever it takes to get a smile on her client’s face.

Chelsea’s passion for ABA stems from her experience with her younger brother who was diagnosed with autism at the age of three. Watching the immense progress and strides he made while in his eleven years of ABA therapy, including his attendance at Cornerstone, Chelsea was inspired to help reciprocate and provide families with the amazing quality therapy her family received.

In her free time, you can catch her relaxing or jumping on (depending on the score) her couch munching on some sort of sweet treat while watching IU Basketball with her beloved ginger cat, Napoleon. She also enjoys playing board games with her family, relating to New Girl gifs, and finishing all of her family and friends’ sentences by breaking out into song lyrics. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in autism with the goal of becoming a BCBA.

Her dream is to spend a day with the entire cast of Game of Thrones.

Therapist

Bachelor’s in Political Science and History, Indiana University