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ABA clinic set to open at Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls, OR

ABA clinic set to open at Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls, OR.

“The clinic, which is the only ABA provider within 75 miles of Klamath Falls, is intended as a comprehensive health care provider. Oregon Tech faculty, Drs. Dawn Bailey and John Borgen—who have more than 30 years of combined experience working with children with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism, ADHD, anxiety and other behavioral health diagnoses—will operate the clinic. They will also train and supervise Oregon Tech students within the Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis and Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology programs to provide therapy and other types of care to clients. Through this opportunity at the clinic, students gain the extern and supervised experience required for certification that enables them to practice professionally after earning their degree.

Oregon Tech currently offers undergraduate coursework in Applied Psychology with an option for Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® (BCaBA) course sequence, which the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc.® has approved as meeting the course work requirements for eligibility to take the BCaBA exam. The University also offers graduate coursework for a Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis and a Master of Education in Education with Emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Spectrum Disorder, which is offered in partnership with Southern Oregon University's Autism Spectrum Disorders course sequence.”

https://www.klamathfallsnews.org/news/oregon-tech-opens-applied-behavior...