Tobey Duble is a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LABA) and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She has been working with individuals with autism between the ages of 2-21 for over 11 years.
Ms. Duble earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Harvard University, and her master’s degree in Intellectual Disabilities and Autism from Teachers College at Columbia University. During her time at Columbia, she worked in various school settings with students in inclusion and substantially separate settings. She then completed the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Certification Program at Florida Institute of Technology.
Prior to joining the May, Ms. Duble worked as an ABA therapist, and then as Supervising Lead Teacher at the Manhattan Childrens Center, an ABA-based private school for students in Manhattan, N.Y.
Ms. Duble joined May Institute in September of 2017 as a BCBA in Boston Public Schools and in districts in the Boston area. In Boston Public Schools, she is responsible for supervising Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and BCBA candidates, conducting functional assessments, developing behavior support plans, Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals, and programming, and providing individual or class/school-wide consultation to teachers and families. In her broader school consult role, Ms. Duble works with various districts to support ABA in schools, conducts ABA program evaluations and functional assessments, and offers trainings to support school staff.
Ms. Duble is also involved in the May Institute’s PBIS team supporting districts with implementation of School-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports.