Applied Behavior Analysis

Patricia Glick

Patricia Glick is passionate about serving children and adults on the autism spectrum and those with developmental disabilities. Her professional expertise is woven together by an understanding of the human experience – for children with special needs, and for the professionals and families supporting them. Patricia brings this human connection to her work as the Executive Director at Marra & Glick.


Her work in behavioral health services spans over 15 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including residential, educational, vocational, and community habilitation, for people of all ages. She engaged with the unique challenges that those with varying abilities face during different stages of life. Patricia has provided trainings on a variety of topics in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), as well as Strategies in Crisis Intervention and Prevention, and human sexuality. Patricia is dedicated to ensuring that the highest quality of ABA is available to all. She is a strong proponent of mentorship and has provided supervision to numerous persons pursuing their Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credentials.


Patricia leads operations to ensure Marra & Glick’s key core values are communicated and upheld organization-wide. It is her mission to ensure that these values are evidenced in all decision making so that positive results are achieved in all aspects of the organization. She achieves this by recruiting and mentoring top talent, cultivating a supportive work environment, and of course fostering the success of all Marra & Glick’s clients.


Patricia is a Licensed Behavior Analyst in New York State and holds a Board Certification in Behavior Analysis. She received a post graduate certification in Applied Behavior Analysis from Penn State University; a Masters of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University; Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology also from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a Bachelors of Science from Brooklyn College – City University of New York.