Christine Cukar-Capizzi, Psy.D, BCBA, is a post-doctoral fellow at the Yale Child Study Center. She received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford with a concentration on children and adolescents. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the May Institute’s Center for Evaluation and Treatment in Massachusetts, with a focus on assessment for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). During this time, she also completed neuropsychological evaluations and provided evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents with a wide range of developmental and mental health disorders. Dr. Cukar-Capizzi is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who has a long history of providing consultation and behavioral supports for individuals with ASD and their families in a variety of settings. Her research interests have included evaluating the quality of behavior intervention plans written for children with ASD.
Dr. Cukar-Capizzi is currently completing her post-doctoral fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center, where she provides clinical characterization for a number of federally-funded studies of ASD and supervises post-baccalaureate fellows. She also works at the Yale Developmental Disabilities Clinic conducting diagnostic evaluations.
Education & Training
- PsyDUniversity of Hartford, Clinical Psychology (2018)
- MAUniversity of Hartford, Clinical Psychology (2015)
- MSSouthern Connecticut State University, Special Education, Autism Spectrum Disorders Concentration (2008)