Dr. Frank Cicero is a New York State Licensed Psychologist as well as a NYS Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst and NYS Certified School Psychologist. He has over 20 years of experience in the fields of child psychology, autism spectrum disorders, special education, applied behavior analysis and psychological assessment.
Dr. Cicero received his undergraduate degree in psychology from St. John's University in Staten Island, NY. He then went on to receive his masters degree in school psychology from St. John's University in Jamaica, NY. He received his PhD in educational psychology from the City of New York Graduate Center. Throughout the course of his schooling, Dr. Cicero completed internships and externships at various schools and agencies.
For 20 years Dr. Cicero was employed as the Director of Psychological Services for a large agency serving children and adults on the autistic spectrum located in New York State. He currently is the program director and assistant professor in applied behavior analysis at Seton Hall University, South Orange New Jersey.
Dr. Cicero has been published in the fields of toilet training and developmental disabilities. He frequently conducts workshops on the topics of behavior analysis, reduction of problem behavior, toilet training, sexuality issues, autism spectrum disorders and psychological assessment. He has been an invited speaker at national conferences and regularly presents his research at professional meetings. Dr. Cicero is a past president of the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis.