“I have a passion for what I do. There is nothing I love more than seeing my clients meet their goals and the best part of my job is watching students blossom into the people they are meant to be. All they needed was a little guidance. I look forward to working with you or someone you care for while sharing my passion to help you live life to its fullest.”
Syndi Ecker, MA, BCBA
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Founder & President, Life Coach, Educational Consultant
Syndi Ecker is a life-long learner and well seasoned professional. She earned a Bachelor of Sciences in Home Economics with an emphasis in Family Studies and Nutrition from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Then she received her Masters of Arts degree in Human Behavior Development from City University in Seattle, WA. She has recently earned additional certifications in Applied Behavioral Analysis from the Florida Institute of Technology, and is one of the original mentors for Michelle Garcia-Winners’ Social Thinking. In 2016, she received a certificate from the Institute of Nutritional Leadership, led by Dr. Joshua Axe.
Syndi Ecker has 20+ years experience helping students and adults live better, more fulfilled lives. She has three related areas of professional focus.
Syndi has lived on the Central Coast in California for 30 years with her husband, two daughters, her precious dog, Malibu, and cats, Catalina and Blue. She is active in her community.
Syndi Ecker is dedicated to helping you or loved one change unwanted or unhealthy behaviors.
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