Dr. Nicole Hausman
BCBA-D, QBA & President of FSBA
Dr. Nicole Hausman previously served as the Director of Therapy Services on the Inpatient Neurobehavioral Unit at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, as well as Senior Behavior Analyst at KKI.
Dr. Hausman’s primary clinical area of expertise is in the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior (e.g., self-injury, aggression, property destruction, elopement, pica). She was also an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UMBC.
Dr. Hausman will be working from corporate five days a week, coordinating our PGP Mentorship Program, visiting providers at schools and in the field for hands on training, and producing research for the Full Spectrum Behavior Institute.
Dr. Hausman received her PhD in Applied Developmental Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral level and a Licensed Psychologist.
Dr. Hausman’s research has primarily focused on the assessment and treatment of severe behavior problems displayed by individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This includes evaluating the safety of functional assessment procedures, developing methods to better evaluate clinical outcomes, and to develop novel procedures for reducing problem behavior maintained by idiosyncratic variables. Her work has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavioral Interventions, the Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, the International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, and Education and Treatment of Children.
Dr. Carrie Freimuth
BCBA-D & Regional Director
She Received her Ph.D. in the Experimental Analysis of Behavior from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL in 2007. She was certified as a BCBA-D in 2005, and has served a prominent role in several major clinical-research programs, including The Florida Center on Self-Injury (National Institute of Mental Health Grant, 2002-2007), the Alachua County ARC Prader-Willi Syndrome Program (2004-2007), and the University of Florida Autism Program (Shands Hospital Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Grant, 2002-2006).
Dr. Carrie Freimuth served as a tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Psychology & Child Development at the California State University, Stanislaus, in Turlock, CA from 2007-2014, where she established a master’s-level training clinic in severe behavior disorders.
Dr. Carrie Freimuth has consulted in a multitude of settings and populations, ranging from sheltered workshops to intensive residential care facilities. She has published a number of peer-reviewed journal articles in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and has assisted with the translation of a behavioral academic research paper for sale glossary of terms to aid the development of Spain’s behavior-analyst certification process.
Dr. Terry Blackmon (Hancock)
BCBA-D & Licensed Clinical Psychologist
She received her Ph.D. in Special Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood Special Education from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. During her 20 years as research faculty at Vanderbilt University, she was the investigator for a number of federally funded grants including awards from National Institute of Health (NIH), Institute of Education Services (IES) and Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF).
Much of her research investigated the effects of a naturalistic language intervention, Enhanced Milieu Teaching (EMT) when implemented by parents, teachers, therapists and siblings on the language and communication skills of preschool children, especially those children with significant language issues like children who have been diagnosed with autism. She is the co-developer of EMT. While at Vanderbilt, she was also a member of a national research consortium investigating the connection between language and behavior in preschool children and Vice Chair of Vanderbilt University’s Institutional Review Board.
After she left Vanderbilt, she was the Director of Behavioral Services at Brenham State Supported Living Center, a residential treatment center for individuals with significant behavioral and developmental issues. Before joining the team at FSBA, she was a professor of Clinical Practice in Special Education with an emphasis in Autism and Behavior at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. She was also the Research Director for the Clinic for Autism Research, Evaluation and Support (CARES) at Texas State University. She has presented her research at conferences, published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and co-authored a book in 2016 titled: Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Dr. Mark Harvey
Dr. Mark Harvey is the Applied Behavior Analysis Undergraduate Program Chair at FIT (Florida Institute of Technology). Dr. Harvey will be sending his practicum students to work with Full Spectrum ABA’s CCC grant clients and supporting efforts in Brevard County. Mark earned his B.A. in Psychology from West Virginia University with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. Dr. Harvey earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in special education from the University of Oregon under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Horner, developing school-based behavioral supports. Dr. Harvey completed a NIH sponsored post-doctoral training at Vanderbilt University under the direction of Dr. Craig Kennedy. Dr. Harvey has worked in a variety of animal laboratories, school systems, and with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or autism (children, adolescents, and adults) for over 25 years.
Dr. Harvey’s research interests are centered around the Physiological and behavioral indices associated with developmental disabilities, the use of technology and behavior analysis in educational settings, behavioral skills training (BST), and the identification and implementation of evidence-based practice. Dr. Harvey teaches both undergraduate and graduate level courses in behavior analysis.
Dr. Terrence Bryant
Dr. Terrence Bryant has over 20 years of practical experience in providing Applied Behavior Analysis services to a variety of populations. These include individuals with severe emotional-behavioral disturbances, autism and related disorders, intellectual disabilities, various mental illnesses, and a host of other issues requiring treatment. He has served these populations in state ICF facilities, family home settings, group home settings, foster care, schools, independent living environments, shelter placements, and other community settings. Dr. Bryant has a wealth of experience in behavioral assessment and behavior treatment plan development.
Dr. Bryant also has 10 years of experience as a lead professor and faculty mentor with Kaplan University and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Purdue University Global. Dr. Bryant’s academic and research interests are in the areas of Applied Behavior Analysis and Multicultural Issues in Psychology. His educational background includes Bachelor’s and Master's degrees in Psychology from East Carolina University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Capella University.
Dr. Bryant’s goal is to further his professional efforts by partnering with community and non-profit organizations with the mission of serving those who face everyday challenges posed by emotional-behavioral problems, intellectual disabilities, and mental disorders.
Dr. Philip Erb
BCBA-D & Regional Director
Philip earned his Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis from the University of Florida, and his M.A. in Psychological Sciences, and B.S. in Psychology from James Madison University in Virginia. He has taught graduate and undergraduate level courses in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, and Statistics and Measurement and has conducted both basic and applied research. He has several years of experience providing applied behavior analysis services to individuals with a variety of developmental disabilities in home and clinic settings.
Several of Philip’s main areas of interest are teaching functional communication skills to individuals with autism, behavioral interventions for addiction, and decision-making processes. Prior to joining FSBA, Philip established and developed new clinic sites in the state of Oregon as a Clinical Director for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders.
He is currently Regional Director of Clinical Services for Tampa and Hillsborough County with Full Spectrum Behavior Analysis (FSBA). Throughout his graduate training, he has published a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals, and presented at state and national conferences.
Dr. Jennifer L. Bellotti
BCBA-D & Executive Vice President
Jennifer earned her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2018. In addition, she has a M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis and a M.S.Ed. in School Psychology from Long Island University. She has extensive experience providing behavior analytic services in public schools, therapeutic day schools and private homes for children between the ages of four through eighteen with differing levels of functioning and behavioral needs.
Additionally, Jennifer has taken several roles within the school setting, collaborating with professionals of diverse backgrounds to best serve the needs of her clients. She has been involved in several behavior analytic studies and has presented at regional and international conferences. Jennifer’s current research interests include addressing bullying from a behavior analytic perspective and ways to increase treatment integrity for the implementation of evidence-based practices.
Dr. Farah Bacchus
Dr. Farah Bacchus, PhD, BCBA-D is a highly dedicated clinical practitioner with a decade of experience working in the field of applied behavior analysis within the United States and Canada. She is committed to the improvement and dissemination of ethical behavior analytical practices. Dr. Bacchus is a leader, mentor, and educator with a broad scientific scope and diverse clinical experience across age groups and diagnoses within multiple treatment environments.
Dr. Bacchus has worked with individuals with Autism, ADHD, developmental disorders, and multiple psychological disorders from early intervention to adulthood. She specializes in developing evidence-based treatments and training caregivers to ensure clients receive quality care. She has developed and implemented behavior treatment plans for in-home, community, school, vocational, and residential settings.
Dr. Bacchus graduated with her Master’s and Doctorate in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She was an adjunct professor at The Chicago School where she taught introduction to verbal behavior, practicum II, and practicum IV.
Dr. Bacchus is passionate about changing the lives of individuals with disabilities, providing support to caregivers, and sharing her advanced knowledge in ABA with anyone seeking to make a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others.
Dr. Jessica L. Moore
& Director - Full Spectrum ABA's CCC Grant
Dr. Moore attended the University of South Florida for a B.A. in Psychology and for her master's degree, graduating with a M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2015, and then a PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis from USF. She has experience working with children with developmental disability in homes and schools, and has coordinated with other BCBA-Ds while at Full Spectrum ABA on improving school services.
Dr. Jessica’s goal is to add M.D. to her title, allowing her to add other medical treatments and expertise to her tool-belt. Her recent dissertation is titled “An Evaluation of the Individualized Behavior Rating Scale Tool (IBRST) in Inclusive Classroom Settings”. Her research interests include assessment of severe problem behaviors, and problem behavior relapse. She currently makes up a skilled group of 6 BCBA-Ds serving children with Full Spectrum ABA in Florida.