Kari Kensinger is an independent recreational therapy, leisure behavior, and autism consultant in Omaha Nebraska who teaches part time for the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Florida International University.
Kensinger has worked in a variety of home-, school-, and community-based settings.
She attributes her knowledge and skills of principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) to working at the Munroe Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in both the Recreational Therapy Department and the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.
She also received training in ABA working for Omaha Public Schools and Educational Service Unit 3.
Kensinger earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in therapeutic recreation from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a PhD in therapeutic recreation from the University of Florida.