Laurie S. Denno, PhD
Adjunct Faculty, Applied Behavior Analysis, Applied Psychology
Laurie S Denno, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA, is licensed in Massachusetts as both a Mental Health Counselor and an Applied Behavior Analyst. She has taught a variety of classes in Applied Behavior Analysis at Antioch University New England since 2011. Laurie also has a private practice and works for companies that provide day and residential services to adults with intellectual disabilities. Previously she worked at the Perkins School for the Blind with deafblind children for 26 years. Laurie’s specialties and professional interests include dual sensory impairments, CHARGE syndrome, working with individuals who have mental illness and intellectual disabilities, and instructional design for learning and behavior support plans.
- Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis, Simmons College
- M.A. in Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Southern Illinois University
Laurie has published an article on Repetitive Behaviors in CHARGE Syndrome (with Veronika Bernstein, American Journal of Medical Genetics, 2005), a chapter on toilet training in the book CHARGE Syndrome (2010) and a chapter on using applied behavior analysis with children who have visual impairments and visual impairments and other disabilities in Keys to Educational Success (2016).