Holly Barszcz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, and Chief Clinical Officer

Holly Barszcz

Ph.D., BCBA-D, and Chief Clinical Officer

Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behavior Analysis, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Masters in Special Education, Ball State University
Masters in Cognitive and Social Processing, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychology, Indiana University
Bachelors in Communication Arts, Indiana University
Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University

Holly enjoys being a supermom and wife to a very loving family. She has a desire to continually be learning and this is evident by her continued education in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Holly recently finished her Ph.D. in ABA from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and hopes to publish various research to further extend the field of ABA in the future. You can learn more about this program by visiting https://www.thechicagoschool.edu. As part of her doctoral program, she visited other ABA clinics in South Africa to further understand cultural differences regarding the diagnosis of autism and different practices that help guide treatment decisions in today’s practices.

If given the choice, Holly would be a life-long student where she could continually read and learn new things.  However, in her free time, she enjoys binge-watching shows on Netflix with her husband, watching her children compete in different sports, and eating sweets. She also enjoys hopping on the monorail to visit Mickey Mouse with her family and traveling the world.

Her dream is to do something meaningful in all 50 states.

BCBA and Clinical Director

Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behavior Analysis, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Masters in Special Education, Ball State University
Masters in Cognitive and Social Processing, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychology, Indiana University
Bachelors in Communication Arts, Indiana University
Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University