Q&A: Understanding the Impact of Special Needs at Work and at Home

Thursday • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM • "Cocktail Hour"


rob holdsambeck2020Rob Holdsambeck, Ed.D., LCP, BCBA-D
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

This extended learning hour is a continuation of the breakout session on Understanding Autism and other special needs: Impacts on work and families. Join Rob and your peers for an intimate Q&A and networking session.

Dr. Holdsambeck is a licensed psychologist with over 40 years of clinical experience delivering services to people with developmental disabilities, including those on the autism spectrum. He was one of the first in the nation to become board certified in behavior analysis (#0007). The company he founded, Holdsambeck Behavioral Health, employs over 140 clinicians serving 1000+ individuals annually in California and Hawaii. Previously he served his country as a Captain in the Air Force and his community as a tenured professor of psychology. He was selected as the 2010 distinguished colleague by the Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s department of applied behavior analysis. In 2011, he received the outstanding service award from the Cambridge Center for his work in bringing evidence-based practices to California. Dr. Holdsambeck is an author and frequent keynote speaker at International, National and State conferences. His most recent publications are the highly acclaimed books, “Behavior Science: Tales of Inspiration Discovery and Service” (Holdsambeck and Pennypacker Eds., 2017, Omnibus as well as volumes I, II, and III). In addition to the activities mentioned above, Dr. Holdsambeck is currently serving in his seventh year as the Executive Director of the prestigious Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies™.