Ashley Brehm joined Daemen College last year as an assistant professor of applied behavior analysis, having previously served as an adjunct faculty member at the college.
A New York State licensed behavior analyst and a board certified behavior analyst, Brehm is also a practicing clinical supervisor at Autism Learning Partners. She is a member of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts and the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis.
Her research interests include early intervention for children with developmental disabilities, increasing functional communication skills of individuals with disabilities, and training special education staff to use evidence based practices within the public school system.
After serving as a preschool autism teacher in Fairfax, Va., Brehm returned to Western New York and held various leadership roles at a school for children with developmental disabilities.
She earned a master’s degree in special education from Canisius College and a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education from Gannon University.
Brehm resides in Collins with her husband and three daughters. She enjoys camping and spending time with family and friends.