Jillian Wilson, PsyD, BCBA-D
ABA Program Director and Assistant Professor
Dr. Wilson comes to Regis College with a diverse background in behavior analysis with specialized knowledge in the assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders and severe behavior disorders.
She completed her doctoral internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine) in the inpatient and outpatient neurobehavioral units, and her postdoctoral residency with the Feeding Disorders Clinic at Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Wilson’s emphasis is in creating treatment protocols that, in addition to decreasing problem behavior and increasing appropriate behavior, can be successfully maintained at home and in the community. That’s why she focuses her ongoing research on the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior, pediatric feeding disorders, and parent/caregiver training.
- PsyD – Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
- MS – Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
- BA – Psychology, University of Massachusetts at Lowell