Scott Braud, BCBA

Scott Braud joined Hope Reach in May 2008. He has worked with children with autism since 1999. His first experience occurred in college as a volunteer ABA therapist for a 2-year-old with autism. Previously, he has worked at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, at the Human Development Center at LSU Health Sciences Center, and at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders.

Scott enjoys working with children and parent on goals that will produce meaningful change in the life of their family. He also enjoys seeing the satisfaction and joy of parents when they realize what their child is capable of accomplishing.

A native of south Louisiana, Scott graduated from Louisiana State University in 2000 with a B.S. in Psychology. In 2003 he received his Masters degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and his Board Certification in Behavior Analysis. In addition to his clinical work, Scott has assisted with several research projects and has presented at local and national conferences.

Outside of Hope Reach, Scott spends his time with his wife and five young children.