Leila Farshchian, M.A., BCBA
Leila Farshchian is a Certified Special Educator and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with extensive experience working with children with autism and special needs. Since 1997, she has used Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) methods for the treatment of learners with ASD in school, home, and community settings. She has designed programs and curricula for public and private schools such as Manhattan Children's Center, and several public schools in NYC and NJ. She has conducted workshops, counseled families, and directed small and large teams of educators to provide treatment in public schools and home settings. In her last public school programming, after 4 years of leadership as the Coordinator of the Autism Program, the NJ Board of Education in Trenton awarded the program as top 3 programs for Children with Autism in the state of NJ in 2007.
Leila received her Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis from Columbia University, Teachers College. She developed a curriculum for over 800 ABA data-driven programs, encompassing individualized skills in the areas of academic, self-management, verbal behavior/language, leisure skills, joint attention, inclusion, and behavior management.
Her memberships include The International Association for Behavior Analysis, NJ COSAC, Autism Speaks, the NJ Association for Behavior Analysis, and International Health Awareness Network.