18904-Minshawi-Patterson, Noha
Faculty

Noha F. Minshawi-Patterson, PHD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry

Bio

I joined the faculty of Indiana University School of Medicine in 2007. My clinical practice is focused on Applied Behavior Analysis and behavioral interventions for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as well as the assessment and diagnosis of ASD and other childhood disorders. I provide parent training in individually-designed behavioral interventions, as well as training for students and professionals on the behavioral assessment, diagnosis and treatment of ASD. I developed the Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Autism in 2011 and became Assistant Training Director of the Pre-Doctoral Internship in psychology in 2014. My research interests mirror my clinical interests, and have focused on parent training in ASD, as well as social skills interventions for this population.

Titles & Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry
  • Education
    2007 PHD Louisiana State University
    2004 MA Louisiana State University
    2001 BS The Ohio State University
  • Research

    Applied Behavior Analysis, self-injury, behavior problems, social skills interventions, parent training

  • Clinical Interests

    I have served as the Clinical Director of the Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center since 2010. Our clinic serves primarily children and adolescents with ASD and their families and caregivers. We offer comprehensive diagnostic assessments for ASD and other childhood disorders. Our behavioral interventions are based in Applied Behavior Analysis, with a focus on parent and caregiver training for problem behaviors and adaptive skill deficits.

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