Rachel Enoch, PhD
Assistant Professor, Program Director, MS in Applied Behavior Analysis, Applied Psychology
Dr. Rachel Enoch, BCBA-D, has served as Adjunct Faculty at Southern Illinois University in both face to face and online platforms. Rachel is primarily interested in finding new ways to infuse behavior analysis in alternative education settings, community settings, and residential facilities. She has experience creating and implementing community mindfulness camps for children and has also worked as the primary Board Certified Behavior Analyst at a residential eating disorder facility for adolescent females.
- PhD in Rehabilitation with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Southern Illinois University
- MS in Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Southern Illinois University
- BA in Applied Behavior Analysis, University of Kansas
Rachel has published 4 peer-reviewed journal articles, 1 book chapter, has delivered numerous presentations, and has served as the Editorial Assistant of the peer-reviewed journal Behavior Analysis in Practice.
Rachel’s primary research and applied interests include utilizing Relational Frame Theory, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness processes to better understand how rule-governed behavior impacts sub-optimal decision making in various populations. Her clinical populations of interest include adolescents with eating disorders, children with ADHD and intellectual/developmental disabilities.