BOARD CERTIFIED BEHAVIOR ANALYST
Dr. Qusayy Godbolt, BCBA-D
Qusayy is a United States Army veteran, who served with the 101st Airborne Division. It was during his tenure with 101st that his desire to help others was identified and fully brought to fruition. Dr. Godbolt has his Ph.D in applied Behavior Analysis and is a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level. He teaches courses in behavior analysis at the collegiate level
as well as maintains active research in the behavioral field. Dr. Godbolt is an independent Behavior Analyst and most recently worked under the direct supervision of Dr. Carl Sundberg as the Clinical Director of The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism in Fishers, IN. Previous to that assignment, Dr. Godbolt was the originator and leader of the ABA program for the Columbus Organization for Tennessee and Missouri. While at Columbus, Dr. Godbolt designed, implemented and evaluated instructional and environmental modifications to produce socially significant improvements in human behavior through skill acquisition and the reduction of problematic behaviors. In 2008, Dr. Godbolt was the Director of Education at the Saplings School in Ireland, which is an ABA elementary school that serves students with Autism. Additionally, he provided consultation to the State of Missouri on the implementation of system wide positive behavior supports. Dr. Godbolt is presently the lead behavior analyst for The Nia Association and Positive Reinforcement ABA Therapy.