Evan Schneiderman is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (1-17-25054). He has over 8 years of experience with individuals with autism and other co-morbid diagnoses’. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Queens College. His Master’s thesis focused on staff training, more specifically how to increase treatment integrity and overall efficacy across large agencies and programs. While there, he served as a research assistant at the Human Learning Lab under the direction of Dr. Peter Sturmey and as a supervisor at the Queens College SIBS club under the direction of Dr. Emily Jones.
In the past, Evan has worked with both adults and children in various settings including schools, residential facilities, and day programs. In each of these settings, he has worked to implement evidence based programs targeting operant functions of maladaptive behavior.
Additionally, he has extensive knowledge designing and implementing functional living skills for older individuals, conducting Functional Behavior Assessments, designing Behavior Intervention Plans, and training paraprofessional’s to carry out the necessary components of each plan in each of these settings. His programming for skill acquisition include a variety of approaches including Discrete Trial Teaching, Natural Environment Teaching, and Verbal Behavior.
Currently, he is interested in how to make the methodologies of Applied Behavior Analysis more accessible to those who have no formal training in managing behavior or implementing skill acquisition programs. He is also interested in utilizing technology to further support supervision and parent training.
His overall goal is to provide effective treatment for each of his clients. He recognizes that this requires a personal, individualized approach and is committed to implementing plans that work for each specific person.