Meet the Authors:


Collin Streetman


Collin received his Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of South Florida and attained his BCBA certification in 2014.  He spent time at NOVA being groomed by Dr. Nathan Azrin, his assigned faculty mentor, who instilled in him a love of Behavior Analysis. Additionally, he learned tactics of Police Psychology under Dr. Vincent Van Hasselt, NOVA professor and Team Psychologist for the Hostage Negotiation Unit of the FBI Miami Field Office, and the FBI National Crisis Prevention and Intervention Program. Mr. Streetman has experience utilizing ABA interventions with children and adults with special needs, homeless individuals with co-morbid diagnoses, and adults with TBI. 


He is responsible for writing and procuring over $3 Million in grant funds for many of the most complex children in Florida to receive ABA Therapy from expert BCBA-D’s, and in 2019, that grant was renewed by Florida’s Governor and Legislature for its third year.  He has been active in philanthropic endeavors for over a decade.  This includes serving as administrator for a Homeless non-profit, Impact Family Ministries, as well as developing a Homeless mission, Hope for the Hungry and Homeless (H3), which oversaw the monthly distribution of thousands of pounds of food and clothing.  Through Hope for the Hungry and Homeless, he coordinated transportation, social services, and an ABA focused housing intervention. Additionally, he has delivered hundreds of 30-60 minutes spiritual motivational speeches to those struggling with homelessness, youth with special needs, and local churches; his largest crowd was thousands at the SunDome at USF.  Mr. Streetman’s efforts in 2012 resulted in a large number of Tampa Bay’s homeless getting off the street through H3 with a meager budget. Further, Mr. Streetman conducted and has published research on teaching Homeless individuals problem solving skills using Dr. Rusty Clark’s SODAS methodology, and has presented at conference on the subject.  

He currently is on the board of two non-profits, one aimed at serving families suffering with developmental disability (A. E. Wood Foundation), and another one aimed at helping homeless veterans (C.E. Streetman Sr. Foundation).  He is also a business consultant for CSHC Consulting, LLC, providing guidance on systems, marketing, hiring, and administrative development to businesses. He remains an emeritus member of Full Spectrum ABA, sitting and writing at their Round Table.


Dr. Sarah Dillon


She earned her Ph.D. in Special Education from University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education. While enrolled in the doctoral program, Sarah earned a graduate certificate in behavior analysis and worked extensively with children with autism and behavioral challenges within the home, school and clinic setting.


Sarah has experience teaching graduate level courses in behavior and classroom management, and has conducted multiple behavior analytic studies.  Her research interests include self-regulatory interventions for individuals with behavioral disabilities, and function-based interventions for severe and aberrant behavior.


After completing her Ph.D., Sarah accepted a position as the behavior specialist and director of special education for a school district in Virginia, where she designed Tiered instruction and support for students with behavior concerns, and conducted routine teacher trainings and coaching on implementing classroom management strategies. 

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