Dr. Hannah Hoch is a clinical psychologist and licensed behavior analyst specializing in the education and treatment of individuals with autism and behavior disorders. She received her Ph.D in Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center Learning Processes and Behavior Analysis Psychology program. Dr. Hoch is currently an adjunct professor in the Psychology Department at Barnard College. She is the proud recipient of the 2015 Columbia University School of General Studies GSSC Excellence in Teaching Award. She has been working with individuals with autism and related disorders and their families for more than a decade, with a focus on behavioral interventions. Her clinical and research interests include reduction of challenging behavior and increasing language and social skills. She is committed to helping and empowering parents, teachers and other caregivers to appropriately manage children’s challenges using evidence-based treatment interventions.