Cassondra Gayman, MS, BCBA
Cassy Gayman, MS, BCBA has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2000. She has worked with children with autism and other related disabilities in home, school, and center based programs with a primary focus on skill acquisition utilizing a Verbal Behavior approach. Mrs. Gayman completed her Master’s degree in Psychology, with a specialty in Applied Behavior Analysis, from Florida State University in 2007 and earned her BCBA that same year. Mrs. Gayman has gained significant clinical experience through employment at The Mariposa School for Children with Autism in Cary, NC as well as Marcus Autism Center in Atlanta, GA. Currently Mrs. Gayman is employed as a contracting clinician with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention where she plays an active role in autism surveillance for the CDC and is a clinician on the Study to Explore Early Development (SEED). Mrs. Gayman’s research interests are focused on risk factors for autism, methods to improve mand training, specifically variability of mands, as well as strategies to improve appropriate social skills for children with autism.