PhD, University of Nevada-Reno
MS, St. Cloud State University
BA, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Sarah Richling serves as the director of the ABA program and practicum coordinator of ABA services at Auburn University and is a board certified behavior analyst. She is an editorial board member for Behavior and Social Issues and has served as a guest editorial board member for Perspectives on Behavior Science and Conductual. Richling also served as president for the Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis (ALABA) and a member-at-large on the executive committee (2019-2020). She currently serves as executive director for ALABA and is on the board of directors for the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. In addition, she serves as a program area coordinator for community, social, and sustainability issues for the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) annual conference and a planners board member for Behaviorists for Social Responsibility (BFSR).
Richling previously served as director and clinical supervisor at the Person-Centered Assessment, Treatment, and Habilitation (P.A.T.H.) Clinic in Reno, NV and as a clinical supervisor at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Riyahd, Saudi Arabia.
Her current scholarly interests include the dissemination and adoption of evidence-based practice and continuing education, the empirical evaluation of ritualistic clinical practices, organizational and scientific system-building, the integration of the philosophical bases of behavioral science, and community and social issues including criminal behavior, advocacy, activism, and accompaniment.