Jillian Wilson head shot

Assistant Professor

Department Applied Behavior Analysis

Mailing Address

Regis College

235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493


    Jillian Wilson, PsyD, BCBA-D® is program director of the online Applied Behavior Analysis programs.

    Dr. Wilson has been at Regis College since 2018. She has a diverse background in behavior analysis with specialized knowledge in the assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders and severe behavior disorders. She oversees both the online MS in ABA and the Post-Masters Certificate in ABA and teaches a variety of courses in the program.

    Dr. Wilson completed her doctoral internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine) in the inpatient and outpatient neurobehavioral units, and her postdoctoral residency with the Feeding Disorders Clinic at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Wilson research focus includes the treatment of pediatric feeding disorders, parent/caregiver training and views of ABA, and the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior.

    Courses Taught

    • ABA Advanced Topics in ABA ABA Capstone I ABA
    • Capstone II ABA Capstone III
    • ABA Concepts and Principles I
    • ABA Concepts and Principles II
    • ABA Ethical Practice in ABA
    • ABA Treatment Evaluation


    Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, 2015

    Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, 2012

    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, 2010

    Atkinson, R., Simonds, K., Parry-Cruwys, D., Wilson, J., and MacDonald, J. (2022). An evaluation of environmental arrangement on recycling and contamination rate on a college campus. Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice. Advance Online Publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/bar0000250

    Borgen, J., Mace, F. C., Shamlian, K., Cavanaugh, B., Lit, K., Wilson, J. B., and Trauschke, S. (2017). A method to establish stimulus control and compliance with instructions. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 50, 830-842.

    Kunzendorf, R. G., Turgiss, J., Benson, J., Ostler, C., Walsh, E., Sawyer, R., Deschenes, D. (2010). Multiple styles of self-control predict college students’ alcohol consumption. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 30, 185-199.