ANISSA MOORE CONSULTING
GUIDING YOU TO YOUR HIGHEST POTENTIAL!
Anissa has been a tremendous resource for my families by assisting with FBA and BIP development. I highly recommend her expertise when it comes to the area of behavior for our children in need.
– Jennifer Fitzhugh M.Ed. Advocacy Consultant / Texas
I attended Anissa’s training the summer before I started my first year of teaching Life Skills. The information I learned was invaluable in helping me individualize the educational experience for each student. In addition, I use the behavior intervention methods I learned every day in the classroom.
– Angie Monney, Life Skills Teacher - Boerne High School
You are such a dynamic trainer and we thank you so much for sharing your wealth of knowledge with us!
— M.J., Family Support Services - Lackland Air Force Base
“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
– Mark Twain
Anissa Moore has been a public school educator for more than 25 years, collaborating with school districts, educational service centers, and agencies to support students with behavior challenges, autism, ADHD, and developmental disorders. Anissa is a certified principal, early childhood teacher, and special ed & general ed teacher. She strives to ensure best practices and quality outcomes for educational agencies with whom she works with. Anissa offers program/classroom consultation, staff development, expert witness support, and expertise as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for school districts and legal firms across the nation.
Anissa uses her own personal cancer journey and her career experience as a behavior analyst to inspire others to reshape negative thoughts and use positive strategies, whether in the workplace or on the home front. Using her metaphor of “Life in the Dunking Booth,” she inspires audiences to look at ways they can not only survive, but flourish in their own “dunking booth.” Unapologetically Texan, Anissa incorporates humor and personal connection to help business teams, school faculties, and support groups recognize that when the balls go flying toward your “dunking booth” target, you have ways to cope and rise to the challenge.
As a behavior analyst, Anissa has extensive knowledge of behavior as it relates to variables in the environment. Anissa uses her experience as an educational administrator, her training in the Franklin Covey Leadership modules, and her study of Organization and Behavior Management (OBM) to coach individual clients in finding their best selves in their careers and home lives. As an advanced breast cancer survivor, Anissa uses personal experience to motivate teams through seminars and conflict-resolution strategies. She uses her blog, “Life in the Dunking Booth,” to inspire readers to look at their own obstacles as opportunities for change.
"IF 'Plan A' doesn't work, there are 25 other letters in the alphabet." – Claire Cook