Amy Tuller, B.A.
Early Intervention Specialist
Amy graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in early childhood education, from Simpson University. Following her collegiate work, she served for four years as a Kindergarten teacher and later served for two years as a Child & Family Specialist in early intervention in Stockton, CA. Upon relocating to the central coast, she has continued her work serving as an early intervention specialist, now with more than 9 years of field experience. More recently she also assists with the business operations of GSTAR, including database management, billing, reports and website management. Amy is particularly adept in forming strong, positive bonds with the children and families she serves. She also excels in incorporating creative tools and activities to help establish this rapport and professional connection. Amy’s professional interests include the evidence-based practice of Routines-Based Intervention (RBI) in early intervention, as well as parent-child attachment theory. In her free time, she enjoys painting, sewing, hiking, writing and bonding with her family.