Noah Lundmark, LCSW
CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK FELLOW
Noah is a Clinical Social Work Fellow and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) at Boston Child Study Center where he provides individual and family therapy with skills training and parent coaching, as well as school consultation. Noah primarily utilizes Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Noah received his Masters of Social Work (MSW) with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis at Saint Louis University (SLU) in 2017. While at SLU, Noah was a graduate assistant and assisted in the facilitation of research across the topics of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Perinatal Mood Disorders with and without Substance Abuse, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Food Refusal. Noah completed his practicum experience across the fields of Social Work and Behavior Analysis. In doing so, he implemented classroom management interventions and staff trainings, facilitated pre-kindergarten peer groups, and developed functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plans.
Noah’s previous clinical background as an MSW and BCBA was in the reduction of disruptive behaviors in which he implemented functional behavior assessments including contextually based functional analyses, behavior intervention plans, parent coaching, and school consultation. In addition, Noah utilized Relational Frame Theory within his clinical practice by using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy components when developing Behavior Contracts and Self-Management Systems. Noah has primarily implemented these practices to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
Noah is currently licensed in Massachusetts as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and is accruing hours towards his independent Social Work license under the supervision of Richard Wiggill, LICSW and Nathan Lambright, Psy.D. Noah’s clinical interests are in utilizing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with children, Treatment Foster Care and Adoption Services, and Functional Contextual approaches in the treatment of abuse, neglect, and trauma.