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Brandon Herscovitch, Ph.D, LABA, BCBA-D

Owner & President

Dr. Herscovitch is the founder and President at ABACS, LLC.  He earned his Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Simmons College and his Master's of Science in ABA from Northeastern University.  He has experience as a home-based behavior therapist, has held several roles (lead teacher, case manager, and research role) while at the New England Center for Children (NECC), and held the position of district behavior analyst at Southbridge public schools.  Dr. Herscovitch has taught several graduate level courses at Simmons College, including the Advanced ABA course in the masters program in applied behavior analysis, and organizational behavior management (OBM) in the Ph.D. program in ABA.  Dr. Herscovitch has several presentations at local and national conferences, and has published in a peer reviewed journal.  For additional information about Dr. Herscovitch's experiences and accomplishment, please visit his LinkedIn profile.


Ashley Williams, M.S., LABA BCBA

Executive Vice President

Ashley currently works as the Executive Vice President at ABACS, supervising Clinical Directors and Operations. Ashley is from Hellertown, PA and received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from Loyola University, Maryland. During her time in Baltimore, she worked at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. During her time in Boston, she received her Master’s degree from Simmons College and is currently working towards a PhD in ABA at Simmons. Ashley is a member of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Exceptional Student Group; she teaches in the undergraduate Behavior Analysis program at Northeastern University and also volunteers for the B.F. Skinner Foundation. Ashley's research interests include using basic and experimental research in applied settings, functional analyses, and the impact of related policy on service delivery.


Meghan (Clausen) Van Nostrand, M.S. Behavior Analysis, LABA, BCBA

Vice President of Clinical Services: Woburn

Meghan is one of the Vice Presidents of Clinical Services at ABACS. She received her Bachelor's in psychology from Northeastern University in 2011, and went on to complete her Master's degree in Behavior Analysis at Simmons College in 2013.  Meghan is currently working towards her PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis at Simmons College, and has an interest in research in the area of functional analyses.  Meghan enjoys cooking in her free time, and trying new restaurants on the weekends.