Dr. Clare Liddon received her master’s and doctorate degrees in Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Before coming to May Institute, Dr. Liddon served as an assistant professor and program coordinator for the University of North Florida’s master’s degree program in Applied Behavior Analysis. Clinically, Dr. Liddon has experience in early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) programs for children with autism, working in home settings with typical children who have behavioral problems, with foster parents, with teachers in school settings, and on a hospital unit for the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior.
She has authored peer-reviewed journal articles and presented at multiple state and national conferences. Dr. Liddon’s clinical and research interests include treatment of severe behavior problems, verbal behavior, behavioral relapse, and treatment maintenance. She hopes to help perpetuate the field of behavior analysis through shaping the skill sets of future clinicians and researchers who will continue to improve the lives of children.