Lisa Dworkin MA, BCBA is the Chief Clinical Officer at Autism Home Support Services. Lisa graduated Magna Cum Laude from Macalester College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and holds a Masters in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from the Rehabilitation Institute at Southern Illinois University, one of the first programs devoted solely to the study of applied behavior analysis.
Lisa studied under Nate Azrin, Ph.D and Anthony Cuvo, Ph.D in the late 1970s and has a historical perspective of the growth and efficacy of ABA services. Lisa has more than 30 years of experience designing and managing behaviorally-based programs, both at an individual level and at a systems level, to effectively support people with developmental disabilities.
She is knowledgeable about all aspects of autism and developmental disabilities and has a passion for supporting staff to provide excellence in behavioral interventions. She has worked both inside and collaboratively with organizations including Glenkirk, Countryside Association for People with Disabilities, The Family Teaching Project, and various local and regional mental and behavioral health agencies.