Qualified Brain Injury Support Provider

Education with mentorship to enhance care

Jeffrey T. Barth, Ph.D., ABPP-Cn, QBISPT

CEO Neurobehavioral Training Institute

Dr. Barth presently holds the John Edward Fowler Emeritus Professorship in the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences.  He is the Founder of the UVA Brain Injury and Sports Concussion Institute, and he has been the PI and Senior Scientist for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center: Charlottesville. He is on the editorial board of 10 scientific journals, has co-authored or edited three books, and is an author of over 230 scholarly articles and book chapters. He is a member of the NFL Players Association Mackey White Concussion Committee and has worked with the Department of Defense and the American Academy of Neurology on the development of concussion management guidelines. He is the recipient of the 2005 National Academy of Neuropsychology’s Distinguished Neuropsychologist Award for lifetime achievements in the field of Neuropsychology, and in 2013 he received the “Toggle” Award from the Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services for his dedication and leadership in serving veterans with brain injuries. In 2017, he was honored with the first Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sports Neuropsychology Society.

Dr. Barth is best known for his pioneering work on mild traumatic brain injury and sports concussion, and the Sports as a Laboratory Assessment Model (SLAM) for brief baseline and post-injury neurocognitive evaluation of athletes. This method of pre and post-concussion assessment has become the foundation for mild TBI evaluation and management for athlete safety and return-to-play decision-making in the NFL, NHL, NCAA, and many high school programs across the US.

Austin L. Errico, Ph.D., CBIST, QBISPT 

Founder, Qualified Brain Injury Support Provider 
COO, Neurobehavioral Training Institute                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Dr. Austin Errico received his Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Psychology from Boston College.  He completed his Master’s and Doctoral degrees at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.  He received postdoctoral training in clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology at the University of Virginia and completed his clinical internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Medical Center through Stanford University.

Dr. Errico has co-authored many articles and has presented in the areas of neurorehabilitation, forensic neuropsychology as well as the neuropsychological aspects of alcoholism, the neuropsychological effects of endocrine changes, the effects of chemotherapy, and methods for effectively training and supporting direct care staff who serve individuals with acquired brain injury.

Dr. Errico has directed brain injury rehabilitation programs in Florida, New Hampshire and Maine. He is the Director of Brain Injury Services for RiverRidge Neurorehabilitation Center in Kennebunk, Maine.  He also provides neuropsychological and neurorehabilitation consultative services throughout Maine and New Hampshire. His interests include effective methods for training and supervising staff who serve individuals with acquired brain injury.

Dr. Errico serves on the Governor appointed Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council of Maine.

Duncan Mackenzie, Master Trainer

Master Trainer, Qualified Brain Injury Support Provider
Neurobehavioral Training Institute

After closing a sole proprietor business, operated successfully for 22 years, Duncan decided to give back to society by entering the health field.

Duncan started in the brain injury field as a direct support provider for Goodwill Industries of Northern New England (GINNE) in 2007. He was promoted up through the ranks to a Team Leader, Program Coordinator, and then to a Residential Program Manager for three homes, where he supported thirteen residents with a staff of approximately 75.

During his tenure at GINNE, he became a Nationally Certified Trainer for NAPPI (Non-Abusive Physical and psychological Training) as well as holding a certification as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).

In 2015, he became a Float Supervisor for Creative Work Systems (CWS) within their brain injury homes. In this position, at the direction of the Director of Brain Injury for, he has been supporting and teaching best practices and team development for residential homes and community supports within the brain injury department.

Part of his supervisory duties at Creative Work Systems was to become a Basic Trainer for the Qualified Brain Injury Support Provider (QBISP) program. He furthered his training certification with the Neurobehavioral Training Institute, LLC from the Basic Trainer Certification to a Supervisor Trainer Certification in 2017 and then completed his Master Trainer Certification in 2018.

Anthony Giuliano, Ph.D. QBISPT

Clinical Advisor and Master Trainer
Neurobehavioral Training Institute

Anthony Giuliano, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the developmental neuropsychology of psychiatric disorders and acquired brain injuries, and evidence-based treatments for youth and adults with psychiatric disorders and/or acquired brain injuries and their families. He works as a clinical psychologist/neuropsychologist with the MA Department of Mental Health (at the Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital) providing assessment, consultation, and treatment services, and has been a consultant to various public and private ABI/TBI inpatient and community rehabilitation programs for over 20 years.

He has held various academic faculty positions, authored or co-authored 65 publications, and is involved in the teaching and training of clinical psychologists and clinical neuropsychologists. Dr. Giuliano completed his BA in psychology and philosophy at Boston College, his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Rhode Island, his predoctoral training in clinical psychology at the University of Virginia Medical School, and separate postdoctoral fellowships in adult and child/adolescent neuropsychology at the University of Virginia and Harvard Medical Schools. He is a fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer.

Richard M. Brown, M.Ed, LCPC, LSW, CRC, QBISPT

Master Trainer, Qualified Brain Injury Support Provider
Neurobehavioral Training Institute

Richard M. Brown, retired after thirty-eight years as CEO of the  Charlotte White Center,  a  comprehensive social service agency serving adults and children facing such life challenges as mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries, physical handicaps, and domestic violence. Mr. Brown now owns and operates Richard M. Brown Consulting, LLC, a consulting company working on environmental, healthcare, and social services issues.

Mr. Brown holds a Master’s Degree in the Education of the Severely Handicapped from the University of Maine.  He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Social Worker, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Qualified Brain Injury Specialist, Maine Master Naturalist, and has been an active EMT-Paramedic in Maine for over thirty-five years and was a Registered Maine Guide. He served as board member and co-chair of the State of Maine’s Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council for seven years.

He is the recipient of the following awards: the Maine Emergency Medical Services Life Time Achievement Award, the Maine State Legislature’s Dorothea Dix Award for Mental Health Services, the Maine Development Foundations Economic Development Award, the Pete Myrick Award for Community Service, the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill- Community Service Award, and the Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council’s Lewis and Clara Lamont Award for leadership and advocacy in the field of brain injury services.

He now serves on a number of Boards of Directors including the Brain Injury Association of America’s Maine Chapter, the Maine Chapter of the Fulbright Association, the Midcoast Literacy Volunteers, the Maine Trust for People with Disabilities, and Maine Association of Non-Profits Legislative Advocacy Committee.

Michael P. Mozzoni Ph.D./BCBA-D/CBIST

Behavioral Support Advisor

Michael Mozzon, Ph.D. is a board-certified doctorate level behavior analyst and certified brain injury specialist clinical trainer who has worked with people with brain injuries since 1985. He holds a Ph.D. in applied behavior analysis from Florida State University and an M.A. in experimental psychology from Harvard University.  He served as treasurer for both the ACRM (American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine) Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group and ACBIS (Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialists). He is a reviewer for the NIH Center for Scientific Review panel and is a member of the National Advisory Board for the Sarah Jane Brain Project and the Behavior Analysis Certification Board examination committee.

Mike also has served as a member of the editorial boards of Behavioral Interventions, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (ad hoc) and Brain Injury (ad hoc). He has served as an adjunct professor in the ABA department at the Chicago School for Professional Psychology and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has numerous awards, publications, and presentations in the areas of Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Employee Turnover, and Environmental Hardening. He is currently consulting to neurorehabilitation providers in Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire.

Jim Bain

CTO, Neurobehavioral Training Institute
B.S., Systems Engineering, University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science

As Chief Technology Officer, Jim oversees NTI’s technology strategy and adoption. NTI has implemented cloud-based solutions for internal communications and data collection and analysis.

Jim has served as board member on Charlottesville Business Innovation Council for 15 years.