Tricia Berg began her career as a paraprofessional in a classroom for students with severe/multiple disabilities in Colorado. Upon moving to Oregon, she took a position as a special education teacher teaching students with emotional/behavioral disabilities. Three years later, she began teaching students with developmental disabilities. During this time, she also served as a member of the crisis team for students with emotional/behavioral disabilities. As her skills grew, the district assigned her the role of behavior specialist. As such, she trained and coached her colleagues districtwide in schoolwide, classroom, and individual student support systems for elementary, middle, and high school certified and classified teachers.
Tricia has also worked at the college level, teaching seminar and professional development classes and supervising student teachers in the school psychology program at the University of Oregon.
Tricia is qualified to train in:
M.S. in Education, University of Oregon
Ph.D. Student, Special Education, University of Oregon