Robert Troxell graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2007. Upon graduation Robert started his career as a Secure Detention Counselor in the juvenile detention system of Pennsylvania. Robert worked as a counselor for adjudicated and incarcerated youth in Montgomery and Chester Counties. During this time, Robert was introduced to the world of Applied Behavior Analysis through working as a Personal Care Assistant for youth with behavioral concerns. The impact of his part time work inspired a new career path and Robert completed his M.S. from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia in 2010. Robert moved into the field of ABA full time in 2011 and earned his Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst in 2013. Following completion of his BCBA credentialing Robert accepted the role of Lead Behaviorist for a non-profit in New Jersey. Robert worked as the Supervisor of Behavioral Services for 2 group homes for youth 13-21. While performing behaviorist duties Robert assisted in the writing of proposals to open new programs. Over the 5 years working in the non-profit arena Robert assisted in the opening of 11 new group homes throughout New Jersey for children ages 5-21. Prior to leaving, Robert was involved in the oversight of 13 homes and served as the Residential Director of five Crisis Stabilization and Assessment programs, which were the highest level of community-based care for children with developmental disabilities in New Jersey. Concurrently Robert started and managed the Intensive In-Home (IIH) program, which offered state funded ABA services to more than 30 families in Central New Jersey. Throughout his time as a BCBA Robert has maintained an in-home caseload. Robert has always enjoyed working directly with clients in their homes and believes in-home ABA is the most impactful for families. As a BCBA Robert is passionate about verbal behavior, family training, and staff development.