Dr. Amanda Philp

Autism Specialist
New Jersey Department of Education
United States


Amanda Philp (Ph.D., BCBA-D) is an Autism Specialist with the Office of Special Education, New Jersey Department of Education. She is also an Applied Research Instructor with The Chicago School of Psychology in the Applied Behavior Analysis department. She is a certified general and special education teacher in New Jersey, U.S., and Ontario, Canada. Over the past 17 years Dr. Philp has worked with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities from early intervention through adulthood in school and center-based settings as a teacher, therapist, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) consultant. Dr. Philp's interests lie in evidence-based practices for students on the spectrum in school-based settings. She received two undergraduate degrees (Sociology and Education) from Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, and completed two Master's and her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with Dr. R. Douglas Greer at Teachers College, Columbia University.


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