Noha Minshawi, Ph.D.
Noha F. Minshawi, Ph.D.
|Personal Statement||I joined the faculty of Indiana University School of Medicine in 2007. My clinical practice is focused on Applied Behavior Analysis and behavioral interventions for children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders. I provide parent training in individually-designed behavioral interventions, as well as training for students and professionals on the behavioral assessment and treatment of Pervasive Developmental Disorders.|
|Education||Undergraduate: The Ohio State University
Graduate: Louisiana State university
Internship: Kennedy Krieger Institute and John Hopkins School of Medicine
Health Services Provider in Psychology
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Involved in teaching child and adolescent psychiatry residents, pre-doctoral interns, and Program Director of the Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Autism
Clinical: I am a Clinical Director of the Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center and a clinical psychologist specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis. I provide behavioral intervention services to the families of children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
Research: I participate in a number of ongoing research studies through the Department of Psychiatry. I collaborate with several colleagues on the behavioral assessment and treatment of Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
|Recent Publications||Minshawi, N. F. (2008). Behavioral assessment and treatment of self-injurious behavior in autism. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 17, 875-886.
Blankenship, K. & Minshawi, N. F. (2010). Behavioral therapy in an individual with Asperger’s disorder. Psychiatry, 7, 38-41.
Minshawi, N. F., Swiezy, N. B., Pozdol, S., Stuart, M., & McDougle, C. J. (2010). Pervasive developmental disorders. In J. E. Grant & M. N. Potenza (Eds.), Young adult mental health, (pp. 406-423). New York: Oxford University Press.