Emily Gottlieb, MS, BCBA

Emily Gottlieb

Behavioral Clinical Practitioner

Emily Gottlieb, MS, BCBA, is a Behavioral Clinical Practitioner who provides applied behavioral services to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in the Complex Behavior Support Program at Marcus Autism Center. She received her master's in applied behavior analysis from Georgia State University, and became a board-certified behavior analyst. Emily is a Case Manager in the Transition Program, where she provides services to children who have successfully completed an admission in IOP. A primary focus for Emily when working with children in the Transition Program is to continue maintaining low levels of challenging behavior, while also increasing adaptive and academic type skills, such as communication, daily living and social skills.