Samuel Hauslaib is a Registered Behavior Technician in the ABA Clinic at CCSN Behavioral Health. He provides direct instruction and natural environment teaching in individual and group settings to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Samuel assists with the implementation of skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Samuel received a Bachelor of Art in History from Eastern Connecticut State University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of Saint Joseph. Prior to coming CCSN, Samuel gained extensive experience working with adults with intellectual disabilities with severe challenging behaviors in group homes. He has implemented applied behavior analytic principles within public-schools focusing primarily on transition programming for adolescents and young adults including the implementation of life skills programs, community programming, and vocational skills training. Additionally, Samuel has experience with some of the most vulnerable populations including young children in the Birth to Three system and children and families in DCF mandated programs. Samuel is a member of Connecticut Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (CTABA), and the Behavior Analysts Leadership Council (BALC). His professional interests include functional communication training, evaluating work place stress and impulsive decision making among group home staff, programing for transitioning young adults with ASD and intellectual disabilities into vocational programs, assessing and treating behavioral presentations associated with varied clinical populations.