James Madison University

Applied Behavior Analysis – Parent-Child Interaction (ABA – PCIT) Clinic

Applied Behavior Analysis – Parent-Child Interaction (ABA – PCIT) Clinic provides assessment and treatment intervention services as well as parent consultation, training and support for children with behavioral and neurodevelopmental disabilities such as autism, intellectual disability, traumatic brain injury, attention deficit hyperactivity and oppositional/defiant behavior.

The clinic is staffed by JMU faculty licensed as Behavior Analysts and Clinical Psychologists who work directly with children and families and also supervise graduate students working in the clinic programs. These clinic faculty include Keri Bethune, Ph.D., Licensed Behavior Analyst, Daniel Holt, Ph.D., Licensed Behavior Analyst, and Trevor Stokes, Ph.D., Licensed Behavior Analyst and Licensed Clinical Psychologist. The clinic is located at Blue Ridge Hall room 227 on the JMU campus. For inquiries about services offered and scheduling of appointments, please contact Allison Brandmark at 540.568.7931 or brandmac@dukes.jmu.edu.