Anyone can call themselves an animal "behaviorist".  There are currently no national or global guidelines around who may deem themselves a behaviorist.  Be aware when searching for a reputable behaviorist for your needs.

Natasha Drain holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from James Madison University and a Master's in Evolutionary and Behavioural Ecology from the University of Exeter.  Her previous experience includes working in animal shelters, feline-specific veterinary clinics, a research scientist for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), and teaching and coaching cat behavior as a feline expert.  She is also a published scientist, her work focusing on the behavior of cats in animal shelters. Her true passion lies in uncovering the complexities of feline animal behavior and how to increase the human-animal bond between cats and their people.