Behavioral Clinical Practitioner
Mandip Kaur, MA, BCBA, completed her master’s in applied behavior analysis at Ball State University. She is a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA). She earned her bachelor’s in psychology and human development and family sciences from the University of Georgia. Mandip is a Behavioral Clinical Practitioner in the Language and Learning Program at Marcus Autism Center. Currently, she provides services in the Intensive Outpatient Program by developing and managing cases with minimally verbal clients. She has experience providing behavior analytic services to children ages 2 to 15 with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and developmental delays in various settings, including clinics, day cares, schools and home. Mandip’s passion is to teach her clients to communicate their needs and wants, and increase their overall level of independence. Her professional interests include verbal behavior, skill acquisition, barriers to learning, motivation, and caregiver and staff training. In her free time, Mandip enjoys teaching herself calligraphy, reading, and spending time with family and friends.