Janine Shapiro

Janine is the Clinical Director at Access Behavior Analysis and the first dually-certified behavior analyst and speech-language pathologist in the state of Indiana. She remains one of only a handful of practitioners with both certifications in the world and has over 15 years of experience treating the speech, language and social deficits of children and adolescents with autism. She frequently speaks at conferences and training events around the nation and enjoys sharing the power of behavior analysis with fellow speech-language pathologists.

Janine co-authored research concerning the effectiveness of Social Thinking therapy, which was published in the Journal of Autism and Development Disorders and co-authored a chapter in Essential for Living—a curriculum guide and assessment tool for people with moderate to severe disabilities. In addition, she has taught numerous undergraduate and graduate courses in Behavior Analysis at Ball State University.

Access Behavior Analysis offers the most comprehensive, fully tailored treatment plan to families.