Jason Gibson is the director of the BabbCenter and provides guidance to one of the leading counseling centers that operates from a faith-based perspective. Prior to assuming leadership at the BabbCenter, Jason was a learning and behavioral consultant working with schools and treatment facilities across the US supporting children and adolescents with social, emotional or behavioral issues. With degrees in psychology, social work, and education, Jason’s peer-reviewed research has been published in journals such as “Topics in Early Childhood Special Education”, “Closing the Gap”, and “Education and Treatment of Children with Developmental Disabilities”. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Kentucky writing his dissertation on the Efficacy of Online Professional Development to Increase Implementation of Stimulus Preference Assessments.
Jason grew up in Titusville, FL and prior to moving to Hendersonville, made central Kentucky his home for 8 years. He has been married to Julie, for 14 years and they have four children.