Sarah Freeman, PhD, BCBA-D
Dr. Slocum Freeman completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Louisiana State University and her doctoral degree in behavior analysis at the University of Florida. She is board-certified as a doctoral-level behavior analyst and manages intensive outpatient cases in the Severe Behavior Program at Marcus Autism Center. Dr. Slocum Freeman serves as the Director of the single-subject research lab and manages the Transition Program within Severe Behavior. She is also appointed as an Emory University School of Medicine faculty member. Her research interests include methods for improving the efficacy and efficiency of the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior. Dr. Slocum Freeman previously served on the Georgia Association of Behavior Analysis board in the role of Co-VP of Membership and Finance in 2020. She also currently serves on the GABA Licensure subcommittee.