Dr. Lina Majdalany earned an MS and PhD in behavior analysis from the Florida Institute of Technology. She is published in multiple, peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented research at state and national conferences throughout America. Lina has 10 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Some of Lina’s current research interests include early intervention, assessment and treatment of noncompliance, parent and staff training, and organizational behavior management. From 2014-2016, she was an assistant professor of behavior analysis at Florida Tech where she taught single subject research designs and experimental and conceptual analysis of behavior and supervised intensive practicum students working toward BCaBA and BCBA certification.
Lina currently teaches for Florida Tech’s ABA Online program, conducts remote supervision for BCBA candidates worldwide, and provides local behavior consultation. In her community, she offers workshops for parents and teachers on managing challenging behavior using positive reinforcement. Lina is most passionate about disseminating evidence-based procedures to parents, caregivers, and frontline workers; believing parent training is a critical ingredient to any quality ABA program.