Dr. Robinson believes that children diagnosed with autism can discover more, learn more and be more if they are given the opportunity to learn in ways specifically tailored to their needs and unique abilities. Using the scientifically-proven and evidence-based principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Dr. Robinson assembled a passionate team of clinicians who help each child grow, learn, and become the person they’re meant to be.
During his 39 years in the field, Dr. Robinson has worked directly with faculty, children, and families to promote meaningful inclusion within local public schools and increased structure at home.
Dr. Robinson’s work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and has presented at conferences across the country. Dr. Robinson earned his Ph.D. in special education from Boston College.
Brian Doyle, Ed. D., BCBA-D
Chief Operating Officer
For more than 25 years, Dr. Doyle has worked in the field of autism, developmental disabilities, and behavior disorders. His passion is providing direct, consultative, and professional development services to provider agencies and public schools.
Before joining BCI, Dr. Doyle consulted with families and educators on Applied Behavior Analysis. Dr. Doyle’s experience ranges from early intervention through adulthood, with a specialty in autism/developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders.
Dr. Doyle holds a doctorate in education from Nova Southeastern University, a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Framingham State University, and an Education Specialist degree with an emphasis on behavior analysis from Simmons College. He is certified as a special education administrator in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst.