BS, University of Louisville // M.Ed. Applied Behavior Analysis
Skyler is a clinical extern at the Cincinnati Anxiety Center where he provides supervised evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. He is currently a School Psychology doctoral student at the University of Cincinnati where he received his Master’s of Education in Foundations of Applied Behavioral Analysis in 2020. Previously, Skyler graduated with honors from the University of Louisville with his bachelor’s degree in psychology.
As a school psychology intern in Cincinnati Public Schools, Skyler provided evidence-based treatments and conducted psychoeducational evaluations for students with a wide range of emotional and behavioral challenges.
Skyler belongs to the National Association of School Psychologists, the Association for Contextual and Behavioral Science, and the American Psychological Association (Division 16). His research interests include parent training, implementation science, and behavioral mental health interventions in schools. Skyler is also the editorial assistant for the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation (JEPC).
“Having grown up in rural Western Kentucky, I understand both the weight of mental health stigma, and the importance of having a compassionate and knowledgeable team on your side. At times in my life, anxiety controlled me, dictating what I was willing to try and where I was willing to go. Through my studies and clinical experience, however, I have come to whole-heartedly believe that with work and support, we can all change our relationship with anxiety. I am a strong believer in the mission of the Cincinnati Anxiety Center, and in accordance with that mission, it’s my goal to deliver services that are evidence-based, accessible, and effective, so that you can feel empowered to move toward the things you value most.”