Miller 102H

Research Interests

Developmental Disabilities
Early Childhood
Social-Emotional Issues

Alice Bravo

Assistant Teaching Professor
Applied Behavior Analysis (On-campus)

Alice Bravo is an Assistant Teaching Professor and Director for the Applied Behavior Analysis Program at the University of Washington. She is a licensed early childhood and elementary general and special educator and a doctoral-level board certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D). Prior to her doctoral studies she supported children with disabilities and their families as a paraprofessional, special educator, and behavior analyst in home, clinic, and school settings.

Dr. Bravo’s professional interests center around social communication supports for young children, coaching in evidence-based practices for caregivers and educators, and the adoption and sustainment of evidence-based practices in community settings. She is specifically interested in interventions that combine behavioral and developmental science, and the use of positive behavior supports to promote inclusive practices.

Ph.D., University of Washington
M.Ed., Teachers College, Columbia University
B.A., Scripps College