Emma DenBleyker

BS, Ithaca College  // M.Ed in Foundations of Applied Behavioral Analysis, University of Cincinnati

Emma DenBleyker is a clinical extern at The Anxiety Center in Cincinnati where she provides supervised, evidence based cognitive behavioral treatment for children, adolescents, and adults.

Emma is a School Psychology doctoral student at the University of Cincinnati where she received her Master’s of Education in Foundations of Applied Behavioral Analysis in 2020. Previously, Emma graduated with honors from Ithaca College with her bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. 

She has worked as a school psychology intern within Forest Hills School District conducting comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations and providing evidence-based treatments to students experiencing a wide range of emotional and behavioral challenges.  

Emma belongs to the National Association of School Psychologists, the International OCD Foundation, and the American Psychological Association (Division16). Her research interests focus on the implementation of equity-focused behavioral interventions in the classroom. Currently, she is engaged in research exploring the effects of an intervention focused on increasing equitable behavior-specific praise within an alternative educational setting.

Emma