“The dual degree undergraduate programs have thoroughly prepared me for my master’s degree and my career in counseling in many ways. I have gained time management skills, practical experience in my field, and the knowledge that I will utilize in my career. College has not only been a source of socialization and learning for me, but a true portrayal of what my life will be like out in the workforce.”
Located on the campus of Georgian Court University (GCU), the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Clinic represents a commitment to providing behavior analytic services to the local community through the use of evidence-based practices. The mission of the GCU ABA Clinic is to help children who are at-risk because of behavioral and/or academic difficulties succeed in their lives.
About the ABA Clinic
Under the supervision of the clinic co-directors, graduate students in the ABA program will employ a variety of evidence-based strategies to address skill deficits and reduce challenging behaviors. All interventions procedures will be modeled and parents will be trained to implement the procedures with their children.
- Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
- Functional Analysis
- Preference and Reinforcer Assessment
- Behavior Intervention Programming
- Pre-academic skill development
- ADL skill development
- Functional Communication Training
- Parent/Staff Training
- 3rd-party Functional Behavior Assessment
- ABA workshops
The co-directors, Dr. David Wilson and Dr. Christopher Perrin are both Board Certified Behavior Analysts and collectively have over 30-years experience delivering ABA services to children and adults with disabilities.
For more information about the Georgian Court University Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Clinic or to arrange an initial consultation please contact: Dr. David Wilson, Ph.D., BCBA-D Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 732-987-2645
Lakewood Ave. & 6th Street Lakewood, NJ
(in the Music Center)