Assistant Teaching Professor of Special Education
About Geetika Agarwal
Geetika Agarwal has over 7 years of experience in the field of behavior analysis as a tenure track faculty, psychologist, and clinical supervisor. Her clinical and research interest focuses on using behavior analytic techniques in diverse population, and parent training.
Geetika Agarwal was assistant director at a behavior health agency in Seattle Washington, where her role was to oversee the clinical services, coordinate services with health care providers, supervisor candidates for BCBA, oversee RBTs, recruitment and manage everyday clinical operations of the clinic. She was responsible for establishing clinical and training practices and procedures. Dr. Agarwal completed a pre-doctoral internship at Marcus Autism Center and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, and post-doctoral work with Dr. Sarah Golsen, a clinical psychologist in private practice.
B.S. Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.
M.S. Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.
Ph.D. University of Missouri- Columbia (School Psychology)
Funk, D., Oblak, M., Kloes, K., Agarwal, G., & Perez, C. (2017). The effects of treatment package to reduce self-injurious behavior. Poster presented at Washington Association of Behavior Analyst, Bellevue Washington.
Funk, D., Agarwal, G., & Oblak, M. (2015). Parent implemented DRI and DRO in a natural setting. Poster presented at Washington Association of Behavior Analyst, Bellevue Washington.
Agarwal, G., Talpade, M., & Mitchell, M. (Accepted, 2014). Evaluation of the Role-Playing Teaching Strategy on Student Learning Outcomes. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.
Davenport, M., & Agarwal, G. (2014). Increasing early intervention for Autism in minority children in metropolitan areas through Telemental health: An exploratory study. Poster presented at 17th Annual Atlanta University Center Psychology Research Day, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia.
Lawson, T., Carey, H., Payne, D., & Agarwal, G. (2014). Psychology and non-psychology undergraduate students' knowledge and attitude towards autism. Poster presented at 17th Annual Atlanta University Center Psychology Research Day, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia.