Applied Behaviour Analysis
Positive Behaviour Support
Assessment and Behavioural Treatment of Severe Behaviours of Concern
Universal Design for Learning
Erin is a board-certified behaviour analyst and senior lecturer in the faculty of education at Monash University. She is interested in the evaluation of effective tactics for teaching scientist-practitioners to engage in evidence-based practice in real world settings. Her research involves the exploration of strategies for building the capacity of the workforce to better support individuals with disability and additional needs (particularly children and young people with behaviours of concern). She is particularly interested in knowledge translation research, which involves working collaboratively with professionals, educators, parents, and individuals with lived experience of disability to exchange information about what works, and what we need to do better to solve socially important problems.
Erin Leif's Articles
Countering COVID with the kids
Many parents are unsure how to discuss the pandemic with their children, but there are ways to tackle the tricky questions.