Pamela Fischbein, BCBA Consultant

Pamela Fischbein

Good Kids Pediatric is Proud to have one of the most prominent and distinguished BCBAs in the field of ABA as a consultant. Pamela Fischbein has seen Applied Behavior Analysis go through an evolution for nearly 30 years.  Pamela remains committed to providing the highest caliber of ABA services to those in need.  Pamela’s coaches new BCBAs and is proud to be close with BF Skinner’s daughter, Julie Vargas and other well-known figures in Applied Behavior Analysis. The breadth of Pamela’s experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis spans for almost 3 decades. From the start of her career 26 years ago through present her commitment to improve quality of life, advance independence, focus on strengths, highlight interests, translate behavior as communication into meaningful skills that communicate an individuals’ needs and wants to family, educators , friends and within the community.


A Native New Yorker Pamela earned her Special Education Masters Degree in 1995 from Columbia University where she majored in Applied Behavior Analysis. Pamela completed her internship at The Fred S. Keller School, Comprehensive Application of Behavior Analysis in Schooling (CABAS) developed by Dr. Greer, Head of Columbia University’s Behavioral Program and Pamela’s first Mentor. She is s Er grateful For the opportunity to teach under the supervision of Dr. R Douglas Greer. Shaping appropriate, alternative behaviors to communicate the same needs (functionally equivalent replacement behaviors) is her passion and specialty. She never leaves home without her behavior analytic toolkit comprised of objectivity, observation, analysis of measurable behaviors’ interaction within environments, potential reinforcers, modeling and behavioral shaping through reinforced  successive approximations towards final goals.  Pamela has a cohesive professional relationship with Clinical Director & CEO, Luis Araujo (BCBA), in order to ensure children with Autism receive the highest caliber of ABA services.