Areas of Expertise
- Reduction of severe problem behavior
- Functional analysis
- Choice arrangements for assessing preference
- Parent and caregiver virtual reality training
Casey Clay earned his Ph.D. from Utah State University. He is a board certified behavior analyst-doctoral (BCBA-D) and a licensed behavior analyst (LBA) in the state of Missouri. He will also be the Director of Applied Behavior Intervention Services at the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental disabilities. He was most recently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Psychology at Mizzou. His research interests include reduction of severe problem behavior, functional analysis, choice arrangements for assessing preference, and parent and caregiver virtual reality training.