Carey Sabin, M.Ed., BCBA, COBA
Carey Sabin, M.Ed., is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and is licensed in Ohio as a Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst (COBA). Carey joins the Macks Psychology Group after providing comprehensive treatment to children with autism in the clinical, community and in-home settings. Carey has a diverse background having been a Special Educator and Music Therapist before becoming a Behavior Analyst. Carey has over twenty years of experience working with children and adults with autism, special needs, and behavioral challenges, and is passionate about programming for generalization in the home and community.
Carey’s area of expertise focuses on the needs of clients with autism such as increasing or establishing verbal behavior, non-vocal learners, pre-academic skills (teaching the learner the skills they need to “learn how to learn”), functional/adaptive skills, intensive potty training, parent and caregiver collaboration and coaching, & IEP consultation and advocacy for learners with autism and other special needs.
Carey obtained her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati (2015), her post-graduate teaching certification in Special Education, Learning and Behavior Disorders from Northern Kentucky University (2011), and bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from The Florida State University (1996), with specific concentration in viola and voice. Carey completed her behavior analytic supervision fieldwork under the mentorship of Nicole Sorensen, BCBA, in Florence, Kentucky in a community and home-based setting with children and adults with a wide array of special needs.
Carey has an adult son, 2 daughters, and a sweet rescue beagle named Betsy. In her free time, Carey plays music professionally, volunteers with the Equine-Assisted Therapy program at Sunrise farms in Richmond, Indiana, and is assisting her family to restore their farmhouse built in 1839.