Director of Experiential Training, School of Behavior Analysis
Andrew received his Master of Art in Clinical Psychology from Marshall University in 1997. What began as an after school job in high school in 1987, working with an individual with autism, has become a 30 plus year career with individuals in the autism spectrum. As the Director of Experiential Training at Florida Tech's School of Behavior Analysis, he brings 8 years of experience in residential treatement for children and adults and 17 years in the Brevard school system to provide oversight of the Intensive Practicum Training program. Interested in severe problem behavior, ABA & sports, behavioral medicine & organizational behavior management, Andrew believes the science of behavior is a valuable resource to all. The 2018-2019 President of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, he is an invited speaker to state, national and international conferences.
Houvouras, A. J., & Harvey, M. T. ( 2014). Establishing fire safety skills using behavioral skills training. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 47, 420– 424.
Marsh, W., Weinberg, M., & Houvouras, A. (2005). Towards a molecular analysis of function. The Behavior Analyst Today, 6(2), 128-136.