Michael Weinberg, Ph.D., BCBA
Professional Education Resources and Conference Services
345 Fortune Boulevard
Milford, MA 01757
Tel.: 508-473-3882 ext. 121
Dr. Michael Weinberg is the Vice President of Professional Education Resource and Conference Services (PERCS), in Milford, MA, and formerly Director of Psychological Services for the State of Connecticut, at Southbury Training School. He is currently the Editor of the Behavior Analyst Today, and also on the editorial boards of JEIBI and IJCBT. He was Director of Psychological and Behavioral Services at the Devereux Florida, Viera Campus, and the Devereux Whitlock Center in Pennsylvania. Dr. Weinberg received his Ph.D. in 1985 in the experimental analysis of behavior program at Temple University in Philadelphia, and received training in behavior analysis at the E.K. Shriver Center and Northeastern University where he received his B.A. in psychology in 1977, with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. Dr. Weinberg is a licensed psychologist in three states, and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with over 30 years of experience in the field, providing treatment to children and adults with developmental disabilities, autism, and various behavioral and learning disorders. Dr. Weinberg was on the part-time faculty of Temple University Psychology Department for nearly 20 years, and also adjunct at Rutgers University, where he taught courses in basic principles of behavior. Since becoming a charter certificant with the BACB, he has been teaching pre-approved courses for certification in Florida for the past five years, and is ACE coordinator for his company which is a BACB approved Type 2 CE provider. Dr. Weinberg has also published articles and book chapters in behavior analysis, has developed a behavioral approach to treating reactive attachment disorder, and conducts workshops and seminars on OBM. He has been collaborating with the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies to develop accreditation standards and review processes for programs and agencies providing ABA services, and is also a Trustee of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.