Paige Chen, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Paige Chen is a Clinical Case Manager for CCSN Behavioral Health in the NeuroCare division. She provides behavior therapy services with an emphasis on acceptance commitment therapy, behavioral skills training, coaching, and natural environment teaching. Paige supports independence for neurodivergent teen and adult populations including acquired brain injury, autism spectrum disorder, and other developmental disabilities. Additionally, she facilitates teen and adult social skills classes at CCSN.
Paige has been with CCSN since 2019, formerly a Lead Registered Behavior Technician in the ABA clinic and supervisee for NeuroCare. Prior to that, she supported adults with a wide range of disabilities at a residential camping program. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Eastern Connecticut State University, a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Southern Connecticut State University, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis. In addition to her work at CCSN, Paige is an adjunct instructor for undergraduate psychology students. Her research interests include acceptance commitment therapy, behavior skills training in the classroom, and functional communication training.
Paige holds membership in Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysts (CTABA), and Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC).