Lindsey Zenk is a New York State Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst living and working in New York City. She obtained a dual Bachelor of Science in Public Health Sciences and Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2016 and later went on to receive her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Studies from The Sage Colleges in 2019.
Lindsey gained her clinical experience beginning in 2017 at The ELIJA School, a highly intensive one-to-one ABA program serving individuals with autism based in Levittown, NY. At ELIJA, she began as an ABA instructor providing services in both the classroom and home setting and fell in love with the field. She decided to pursue her master’s and BCBA credential and worked her way up to a role as Clinical Supervisor where she provided ongoing assessment, treatment, supervision, and parent training until 2021. Lindsey is skilled in Functional Behavior Assessments and skill assessments such as ABLLS-R and VB-MAPP.
She has a strong background in the creation and implementation of behavior intervention plans and individualized skill programming to address areas of need. She focuses on utilizing evidence-based interventions designed to decrease challenging behavior and increase functionally equivalent replacement behaviors. Her use of data collection and monitoring has been pivotal for guiding her clinical decisions and assessing progress of her clients, as well as ensuring that she carries out ABA services with the highest level of integrity. She is also experienced in the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication methods (AAC) including Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS), GoTalk, Proloquo2Go, and TouchChat.
Lindsey has been with Manhattan Psychology Group since 2021 and currently works with children and adolescents who present with a variety of behavioral challenges. She provides ABA services such as behavior and skill assessment, individualized behavior intervention and skill acquisition program development, BCBA/LBA supervision, and parent training. Additionally, Lindsey is a Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Selective Mutism (PCIT-SM) provider. She is currently utilizing her behavioral skillset to treat individuals with Selective Mutism under the supervision of Dr. Chelsey
Lindsey is passionate about her work and her goal is to continue to utilize her experience and skillset
to obtain meaningful outcomes for her clients and their families.