Christopher A. Garofalo obtained his Baccalaureate degree from Dowling College (1997) and Master of Arts degree from Adelphi University (2001). He obtained an Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from Queens College (2009) and has been a Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst since (2014).
Mr. Garofalo has more than 25 years of experience as an applied behavior modification specialist. He has more than ten thousand hours of experience conducting functional analyses of behavior, developing and implementing behavioral interventions, and training parents, families, educators and employers in behavioral management strategies. Moreover, Mr. Garofalo has been appointed Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor at the prestigious St. John’s University since 2013 and Adjunct Professor at SUNY Old Westbury since 2019. Mr. Garofalo has extensive experience in helping developmentally disabled individuals develop compensatory skills that replace unwanted behaviors.