Bob Gulick is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with more than 30 years of clinical experience with both children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. His work has included direct service and teaching of adults and children in residential, vocational, and educational settings; staff, teacher, and parent training; applied research in instructional methodology and language acquisition; and systems development in the area of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention.
Bob serves as an adjunct faculty member in Mercyhurst University's Graduate Program for Applied Behavior Analysis, where he has taught graduate courses in functional behavior assessment, functional communication training, and professional conduct of behavior analysts, as well as providing mentoring supervision to candidates for Board Certification in Behavior Analysis.
Currently, Bob's applied research efforts have been focused on the acquisition of higher language and social skills in children with ASD and the application of Relational Frame Theory to enhance early intensive behavioral intervention curricula. Bob has co-authored the book, "Effective Instruction for Children with Autism," and is presently the Director of Behavior Analytic Services at the Achievement Center in Erie,PA.
Bob can be reached at (814) 616-0519, or via e-mail.