Mr. Guerrero is a licensed behavior analyst, board-certified behavioral analyst (BCBA), and school psychologist and is currently the Assistant Clinical Director at The COR Behavioral Group. Having earned his Master of Arts in School Psychology, he served as a school psychologist for many years, and while doing so earned his certification in behavior analysis. This enabled him to more effectively provide services and developed his interest in working with the autistic population. Mr. Guerrero is currently licensed to provide behavior analysis services in New York, and is available for school consultation and behavioral training/consultation with families. He currently provides BCBA supervision on an individual/group basis as well as provides clinical services to families in New York and New Jersey.
Mr. Guerrero has a particular interest in behavioral crisis de-escalation, generating CEU trainings for BCBAs, and behaviorally-focused trainings for parents and educators. He is involved in creating adaptive/inclusive fitness and wellness opportunities for clients with intellectual, developmental, physical, and emotional disabilities. Mr. Guerrero is the Chief Creative Officer of KV Adaptive, which is dedicated to creating and prompting training and technologies to people with developmental disabilities and the caring individuals who provide support to them.
Determining effective reinforcers for people with disabilities is a crucial element for developing “buy-in” to acquire functional skills and reducing behaviors of concern. Various approaches exist to identify which items or activities a person prefers over another. Come see how technology can be embraced as a medium to figuring out how to maximize the effort put forth by your clients or loved ones.