Title: Executive Director
Education: Boston College, Ph. D, Special Education
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Jeffrey R. Robinson, Ph. D. has over twenty-five years of experience providing direct, consultative, and professional development services to public school districts and state agencies. Behavioral Concepts, Inc. was founded to provide public schools, students, and their families with highly specialized consultative and direct services to meet their unique developmental, neurological, and behavioral needs. Dr. Robinson works directly with the faculty, children, and their families to promote meaningful inclusion within local public schools and increased structure at home. Although his clinical expertise is applied behavior analysis, Dr. Robinson’s approach is to incorporate other clinically appropriate strategies within a coordinated system of interventions and therapies. We use developmental, educational, behavioral, communicative, and sensory-based services with children to promote their unique learning style. Despite a specialization in Pervasive Developmental Disability (PDD)-Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dr. Robinson has extensive experience working with children and young adults that present with most disorders of behavior and cognition. Dr. Robinson’s work has been published and he has presented at more than twenty local, state, regional, and national conferences.
Title: Associate Director
Education: Nova Southeastern University, Doctorate, Child and Youth Studies.
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Brian Doyle, Ed.D., BCBA-D has been working in the field of autism, developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders for over twenty-five years providing direct, consultative, and professional development services to families, agencies and public schools. He has worked at Behavioral Concepts for over three years in multiple capacities, initially directing the BASICS program at the Central Massachusetts Special Education Collaborative. Prior to coming to BCI, Brian was in private practice for several years consulting to school systems, families, and private schools. He has been part of the development of divisional services for private companies and the creation of applied behavioral analysis services in public school settings. Brian’s experience includes early intervention through adulthood specializing in autism/developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders.
Brian holds a doctorate in education from Nova Southeastern University, a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Framingham State University, and Educational Specialist degree from Simmons College in behavior analysis. In addition he is certified as a special education administrator in the State of Massachusetts and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Doctorate level.