Books and Chapters
Including books on evidence based practice, and model state/national programs of service and training.
Including recent articles reviewing ASD policy, and outcome research addressing severe behaviors.
More than 50 invited talks and presentations on ASD at national and international meetings.
Associate Research ProfessorDU
AJ Drexel Autism Institute
I led the design of a program and wrote a proposal, subsequently funded for $3.5 million over 5 years, for comprehensive college and work pathways for young adults on the spectrum.
Center for Autism Research
I led a wide range of efforts to develop and implement grant-funded hospital- and community-based programs of services, research, and training.
I developed early intervention programs, conducted clinical research, consulted to the Nontreal Regional Health Board, and led the first major CHAT screening initiative in North America.
I completed a Master's degree at Concordia University in Montreal and was first licensed as a Psychologist in 1987. I completed my doctoral degree and training as a clinical child psychologist at Concordia n 1993.
How do you develop new or improve existing services that draw from the latest evidence-based practices? How do you integrate these into community-based programs in ways that are accessible, sustainable, and, ultimately, scalable? How do you leverage partnerships, policy, and training? I have worked with advocates and leaders across the country to design programs that answer these kinds of questions. Click here to read more about specific programs, and to learn about my focus on services, training, and leadership.