Carey “Cat” Sabin

Carey “Cat” Sabin, M.Ed., BCBA, obtained her M.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati (2015), post-graduate 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.

Cat has over twenty-five years of experience working with children with autism, developmental disabilities, mental illness, and other severe behavioral challenges as a BCBA, Behavior Support Specialist, Special Educator, and Music Therapist. Cat has provided behavior analytic services to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities in their homes and the community, adult day treatment programs, and sheltered workshops, and has taught students with autism in structured and collaborative classrooms. Cat managed a community arts center in Covington, Kentucky for youth with autism where she also provided music therapy. Cat has served clients both domestically and abroad, and was the first music therapist to develop a music therapy program for children with autism in the middle east at the Shafallah Center in Doha, Qatar (2004-2006).

Cat is also passionate about historic home restoration, antiques, travel, hiking, backpacking, and music. Cat has recently moved back to her hometown of Oxford, Ohio with her 2 daughters and is thrilled to finally live near her extended family!

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