Instructor: Mark Mosk

Mark Mosk


Dr. Mosk earned his B.A. from UCLA, and completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, in 1982, during which time he was recognized for his expertise in applied behavior analysis and attention training in the treatment of autism. He has served on the faculty of several academic institutions, including UCLA, as both a researcher and educator. From 1985 to 1988, Dr. Mosk developed and served as the director of the Life Skills Center, a model demonstration program for the California Department of Mental Health. Since 1985, Dr. Mosk has focused his professional practice primarily on the areas of forensic and consulting psychology, with an emphasis on behavioral assessment methods.

Dr. Mosk holds the copyright on the Functional Capacity Assessment Profile©, a psychological instrument used to objectively quantify individuals' behavior patterns. He founded Managed Care Measurement in 1993, a software company that serviced the healthcare industry. Mosk has served as a consultant to numerous Fortune 500 companies and business organizations in the United States and Canada, including those in the manufacturing, distribution and healthcare sectors. He has worked with various law enforcement agencies, assisting them in addressing a wide variety of organizational and management issues.

Classes by this instructor

The ABCs of Starting a Private Practice
THE ABCs OF STARTING A PRIVATE PRACTICE - BEHP1102 Prepares practitioners for the rigors and challenges of establishing a successful private practice. Reviews the core elements of starting an ABA private practice including the necessary steps in planning, basic administrative issues inherent in running a professional practice, budgeting and financial management, and tactics for marketing the practice. Also discusses strategies for growth.

July 1, 2021 to August 30, 2022, Canvas 2
Forensic Matters: Shark-Infested Waters
FORENSIC MATTERS: SHARK-INFESTED WATERS - BEHP1104 Provides a synopsis of how the behavior analyst can become drawn into the legal system and court proceedings. Describes the nature of subpoenas and the response options available when a subpoena is issued. Explains the types of witness roles a behavior analyst can fulfill. Elucidates on the process of preparing for and giving testimony, including a discussion of the conflict between therapeutic and forensic roles.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, Canvas 2