Abby Greif earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Florida Institute of Technology. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology in 2012, received her Master of Science in applied behavior analysis in December 2014, and became a BCBA a few months later. Abby's primary clinical experience is in early intervention and severe behavior, working with children and young adults diagnosed with autism and other related developmental disabilities in a variety of settings, during which she conducted client intakes and assessments, implemented behavior programs, and coordinated caregiver training.
In addition to providing direct services, Abby was a member of a center-based curriculum committee responsible for writing and developing a variety of early intervention programs for clients, including social and daily living skills. Abby has participated in several research projects throughout her career, primarily in the areas of skill acquisition, severe behavior, and pediatric feeding disorders. She has been published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and has presented at multiple conferences throughout her time as a BCBA.
Abby is now pursuing her passion for disseminating the science of behavior analysis through online education and training, and eventually hopes to reach broader audiences and communities by demonstrating the effectiveness of behavioral science with other non-behavior analytic disciplines, particularly in the areas of sustainability and sport performance.
Abby is currently a curriculum development specialist at ABA Technologies, Inc., and co-instructor for the FIT ABA Online Program.