Dr. Rebecca Dogan, BCBA-D

Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Adjunct Professor

Education

  • PhD (Behavioral Psychology/Behavior Analysis)
  • MA (Clinical Psychology)
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Doctoral (BCBA-D)

Biography

Dr. Rebecca Dogan grew up as an expatriate in Hong Kong and Singapore. She received her formal education and training in the United States and relocated back to Asia following graduate school. She has a PhD in Behavioral Psychology/Behavior Analysis and is a credentialed practitioner who provides ongoing supervision for those seeking BCBA/BCaBA certification as well as behavioral consultation services internationally (Vietnam, Kuwait, Korea, Hong Kong, U.K.). She has also been teaching online university courses in ABA to students working toward a master’s and certification in behavior analysis for over five years.

She is focused on providing clinical services to children and adolescents as well as their families. She stresses the importance of collaborating with a multidisciplinary team including doctors, specialists, teachers, caregivers, and extended family members. Dr. Dogan provides services that utilize evidence-based behavioral and cognitive-behavioral treatments for a wide variety of developmental and behavioral problems encountered by children and youth. Specializations include anxiety, depression, neurodevelopmental disorders, severe behavioral issues, toileting, and social skills, as well as psycho/educational assessments.

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