Externship Program

If you are interested in a more extensive and structured experience, please consider a 150 hour Externship with ASAT. The duration of the Externship program is approximately 12-18 months. A typical month includes 9-12 hours of direct Extern work, though this is flexible given the specific projects that are active at any given time. We…

ASAT’s Externship Program

Do you believe in science-based autism treatment? So do we. Join us and help keep science in the forefront. By Alice Bravo Briana Tingler Cathy Curcio Past and Current ASAT Externship Co-Coordinators Did you know that the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) is primarily a volunteer-based organization? The important work that ASAT does…

How Teachers Can Help Us

We hope you have been able to peruse our array of resources for educators and learn more about how we can support your important work. Here are a few ways you can support our efforts in sharing information about science-based education and treatment: As educators, you are in a unique position to pass along information…

How ASAT Supports Special Education and General Education Teachers

David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D, Kaitlyn Evoy, BA, Sarah Cummins, MA, BCBA, and Kate McKenna, MEd, MSEd, BCBA, LBA Association for Science in Autism Treatment The Association for Science in Autism Treatment strives to promote evidence-based practices for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in all aspects of their life, including in the classroom. The reality…

Do you stand for science? Stand with us

David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D Association for Science in Autism Treatment  Did you know that the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) is primarily a volunteer-based organization? The important work that ASAT does to promote science-based treatment for individuals with autism could not happen without our volunteers. Currently, ASAT has dozens of volunteers working diligently…

Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in learning more about volunteer opportunities at the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT)! The important work that ASAT does in promoting science-based treatment for individuals with autism would not be possible without our volunteers. Currently, ASAT has over 60 volunteers and externs who are committed to evidence-based autism…

How Teaching Faculty Can Help Us

As faculty members, you are in a unique position to pass along important information to your students that will support both their learning of your course content, as well as their professional development. Have your students sign up for our newsletter by sharing this link: www.asatonline.org/newsletter/ Have students fill out this sign up sheet in…

How We Can Help You

The Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) can provide opportunities for your undergraduate and graduate students to meet the challenges of a field fraught with pseudoscience, and to recognize the importance of keeping science and evidence at the forefront. As is the case for family members and providers, it may also be challenging for…

Standing for science, supporting Applied Behavior Analysis

The Association for Science in Autism Treatment: Standing for science, supporting Applied Behavior Analysis By David Celiberti Patrick O’Leary Alice Bravo Sunita Chhatwani Melissa Taylor How ASAT promotes the field of applied behavior analysis:  ASAT is committed to the promotion of evidence-based practices for individuals with autism. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has consistently been shown to…