Angela Mouzakitis completed her PhD in Educational Psychology with a concentration in School Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center. She holds certification as a special education teacher, school psychologist, and behavior analyst. She has served for three years as an Adjunct Professor and full-time Substitute Professor in the Graduate Program in Special Education at Queens College/CUNY. She has served children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder for the last twelve years as a certified behavior analyst, program coordinator, behavior consultant, special education teacher, and school psychologist in public schools, non-for-profit organizations, and private homes.
Ms. Mouzakitis teaches courses on assessment of development and learning and on behavioral theory for students in the Early Childhood Special Education program.
Description of research:
Ms. Mouzakitis presents regularly at local and regional conferences focusing on applied behavior analysis and early childhood. Her teaching and research interests include exploring effective interventions for children with autistic spectrum disorder and related disabilities. Additionally, she is interested in researching effective methods to maintain treatment integrity in educational and behavioral programs for children with disabilities.
Her research examines the treatment integrity of behavior support plans in public and private schools that provide educational services to children with autism and developmental disabilities.