Yazmin Castellano works as a consultant for the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD-USF) serving middle/high school children and young adults. She has participated in the Family Café Annual Conference as a presenter in English and Spanish, CARD Statewide Conference, Elevatus Training, among others. Yazmin has over 20 years of experience working in the fields of mental health, education and case management. Her experience includes working in school settings, residential programs and clinical settings for individuals with behavioral, emotional and psychiatric disorders. Yazmin also performed duties as director for community-based programs. Yazmin uses that expertise to train families and professionals.
Yazmin has a B.A. in Clinical Psychology from Sacred Heart University, PR and an M.A in School Psychology from Interamerican University, PR.