clinician profile

Paulette Clark

For over 25 years, Paulette, BCBA, LABA, has been working with families of children, adolescents, and adults with autism, developmental disabilities, behavioral and mental health disorders providing direct, consultative and professional development services in the context of home, school, agency and community settings. When asked, Paulette will tell you she has the best job in the world because it has the power to change lives, “I am proud to be a behavior analyst. For me, every day is filled with building trusting relationships, celebrating the small things, and making a difference.”

Paulette’s career in Applied Behavior Analysis began at a world renowned school for children with autism where she received training from some of the field’s most accomplished teachers and researchers. Paulette received her Master of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University in 2001. She is a member of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy and of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. An avid proponent for continuing education, Paulette has presented at professional conferences on topics, such as transitioning students to less restrictive settings, self-management, increasing reinforcers, decreasing challenging behaviors, and pediatric feeding treatment. She is also passionate about promoting the profession of behavior analysis by training tomorrow’s professionals, and as such, she has been a certified supervising BCBA since 2009 for BCBA, BCaBA and RBT applicants.

P 866-922-2374

F 978-565-0990 

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Suite 205    Bolton, MA 01704

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