About Danielle R Liso
Danielle Liso, Ph.D., BCBA-D, graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2000, earning her Masters degree in severe and profound disabilities. She went on to achieve her Doctorate in early childhood special education with a focus on autism in 2005, graduating from Vanderbilt University. She has been a board-certified behavior analyst since 2005.
Dr. Liso has been working the field of autism for 24 years and has been an invited speaker at numerous national and international conferences and events. Some of her previous roles have included special educator, researcher for the U.S. Department of Education, clinical director, owner of a private practice specializing in parent training, assistant professor of special education, and director of an inclusive preschool program.
Dr. Liso serves as the Assistant Director of the UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD). Her special interests include parent training programs, peer awareness and acceptance programs, dual diagnosis and ASD, and the use of telehealth technologies to support caregivers and professionals.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst – DoctoralBehavior Analyst Certification Board