Instructor: Josh Lipschultz

Josh Lipschultz
Biography:

M.A., BCBA

Joshua Lipschultz graduated from Caldwell University with a Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with experience in basic and applied research, working with individuals with autism ranging in age from 3 to 21 and implementing behavioral skills training solutions. Joshua has led organizational systems solutions in medical health facilities resulting in improved patient scheduling and nurse rounding behavior to increase patient satisfaction. The results of some of his work can be read in upcoming publications such as the Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities and J. Luiselli's book, Behavioral Health Promotion and Intervention in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Joshua is currently a doctoral student in the Behavior Analysis program at Florida Institute of Technology.


Classes by this instructor


Behavioral Skills Training
BEHAVIORAL SKILLS TRAINING - BEHP1153 Describes how professionals can train staff and parents using behavioral skills training (BST). Covers why BST is the preferred method for training staff, a brief history of BST, and tips and techniques for designing BST programs based on research.


May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, Canvas 2