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Behavior Analysis Program: Practicum Sites


Briar Cliff University Behavior Analysis Clinic

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The Briar Cliff University Behavior Analysis Clinic provides a variety of behavior analytic services to underserved populations. Individuals will qualify for services regardless of diagnosis or medical insurance. The primary ages of clients range from 1.5 to 35 years, however, if the clinical team determines that they have the means, they will serve individuals outside of that range on a case by case basis. Behavior analysis faculty will supervise graduate and undergraduate students who will provide the direct services. All services will be at no cost; however, we do ask families to make a charitable donation to help support the continuing efforts of the clinic if they have the means. The primary areas of service include (but are not limited to): social skills, job training, early language skills, assessment and treatment of problem behavior, noncompliance, parent training, and academic interventions for college students.

Undergraduate students: Gain practicum experiences and work collaboratively with graduate students.
Supervisor: Dr. Mike Harman 

Pier Center for Autism

Pier Center for Autism

Located in Sioux City, Iowa, the Pier Center for Autism  delivers a comprehensive approach focusing on individuals, caregivers, siblings and the community. The Pier Center also provides a network of support for individuals with autism while connecting the spans of life.  

Undergraduate students: Accrue practicum hours under the supervision of Dr. Mike Harman

South Sioux City (Neb.) Community Schools

South Sioux City Schools

South Sioux City Community Schools is located in South Sioux City, Neb., approximately 5 miles from campus. South Sioux City Community Schools serves about 1800 Preschool to K-5 students, 850 middle school students, and 1,200 high school students.

Undergraduate students: Gain practicum experiences and work collaboratively with graduate students.
Supervisor: Dr. Mike Harman