Lindsey Sneed, PhD, BCBA-D

Vice President, Clinical Excellence

As the Vice President of Clinical Excellence, Dr Sneed provides clinical oversight and leadership to the organization. She also conducts applied research where she evaluates the efficacy of different models of care and assists in the development of new care models with a specialized interest in parent-mediated interventions, parental stress and parental self-efficacy. Dr Sneed emphasizes the value of person-centered care that accentuates the self-determination of individuals and the whole family.

Dr Sneed has been working in the field of behavioral health treatment, specifically supporting autistic individuals and people with other development disabilities, for 15 years and has been with Catalight for 10 years. Her experience includes direct implementation of applied behavior analysis, parent-mediated interventions, diagnostics and CBT with youth and adults who are both neurodiverse and neurotypical. Dr Sneed holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral level. She also has a Master of Science in Applied Psychology and Master of Science in Educational Counseling. In 2024, Dr. Sneed was appointed as an adjunct faculty member at University of San Francisco, California.