Kristen DuMoulin, PhD, BCBA, LBA, SAS

Director of Clinical Services, Children's Programs

Dr. Kristen DuMoulin has been a devoted professional to the field of special education and individuals with autism since 1995. She joined Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) in 2002 and is currently the Director of Children's Clinical Services, where she is responsible for managing the clinical and administrative aspects of the Early Intervention (EI), Special Education Itinerant Teachers (SEIT), Special Education Teacher Support Services (SETSS) as well as the CPSE and OPWDD evaluation programs. She also oversees QSAC’s ABA private insurance program and is a lead instructor for the AutismEdu training program. Dr. DuMoulin is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and is a licensed behavior analyst in New York State. She is also a permanently certified New York State Special Education Teacher and School Administrator. Dr. DuMoulin received her doctorate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Psychological Studies in Education program. Her studies focused on the social and cognitive deficits of children with autism and her master's degree thesis, which examined the relationships between general education teachers, typically developing peers and 2nd and 3rd grade inclusion students with autism, was published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders[1].

Dr. DuMoulin is a devoted professional to the field of special education and individuals with autism. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor having taught courses in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Inclusion, and Teaching Strategies and Behavioral Supports. In 2012, she was part of the committee which developed the curriculum for the nation’s first online Bachelor of Arts program in Disability Studies. Her previous professional positions have included devising behavioral and habilitative goals for adult day programs, providing initial assessment and evaluations at an Autism Clinic, teaching school-aged children with severe behavior problems, providing in-home behavioral consultant for families and ABA service providers, and providing direct ABA services and supervision to children with ASD.

[1] Robertson, K., Chamberlain, B., Kasari, K. (2003). General Education Teachers' Relationships with Included Students with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 33 (2), 123-130