Libby Caswell, M.S., BCBA
Libby Caswell earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Social and Behavioral Science from Indiana University in 2005. She earned her Master of Science degree in Behavior Analysis from St. Cloud State University in 2007. She obtained her Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst in 2008. Libby has specialized in Applied Behavior Analysis since 1999 and has worked closely with families and their children with Autism in that time. She has presented at both the ABAI and HABA annual conferences. Additionally, she has also presented at the Behavior Analysis of Michigan Annual Conference. She specializes in Applied Verbal Behavior, Precision Teaching, Direct Instruction, and Natural Environment Teaching to improve communication, social, play/leisure, self-help, and academic skills. She has designed, implemented, and supervised ABA programs in a variety of settings including centers, public and private schools, homes, and in the community. She has conducted multiple ABA trainings for parents, professionals, ABA clinics, support groups, and law enforcement, fire, first responder personnel. In turn, she has also attended 30+ ABA conferences nationally throughout her career. Libby's mentors include Pat McGreevy, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Carl Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Dr. Gwen Dwiggins, Ph.D., BCBA-D, and Janet Decker(Rumple), JD., Ph.D. (ABD). She has a combined total of 10 years experience working under the supervision of these professionals. Libby is also a certified Safety Care Trainer. Libby and her husband have 2 children and enjoy living in the country. She enjoys being a parent and wife, caring for her animals, working out, traveling, and spending time with her family at home. Libby is passionate about providing quality and effective ABA therapy services to children and families in their natural settings, seeking to assist and support families in meaningful ways.