Dr. Monica Ueda

Dr. Ueda has worked with children with special needs for over 10 years in a variety of settings, including schools, homes, and center-based programs. Dr. Ueda earned her doctoral degree in School Psychology from Fordham University. She completed her predoctoral internship at Hand in Hand Early Childhood Center, an Early Intervention program in New York City, and her postdoctoral fellowship at PALS. She holds a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Barnard College. Dr. Ueda is a New York State certified teacher (Birth-2nd grade).


Prior to pursuing her doctoral degree, Dr. Ueda worked as a special education teacher to children with autism spectrum disorder and their families. Her training and experience include applied behavior analysis (ABA), intervention planning and implementation, and teacher training and consultation.