Last week for the second consecutive year, Dr. Joyce Tu, Ed.D., BCBA-D, founder and Director of Center for Behavioral Sciences, and CBS Behavior Consultant Coco Liu, M.A., traveled to China for 10 days to share the science of behavior analysis. CBS lectured and presented a series of workshops on topics in behavior analysis for over 250 special education teachers in Beijing, Taiyuan and other major Chinese cities.
The lecture and workshop series was entitled, Beijing Autism Rehabilitation Technology — ABA Training. It was jointly sponsored by the Beijing Disabled Rehabilitation Service Guidance Center, the Shanxi Disabled Persons’ Federation, and the Ai You Foundation, which retained CBS and has two of the largest children’s health projects in the world. The training course has won unanimous praise from frontline teachers, industry experts and institutional leaders. Fliers with additional information are available here (Beijing training) and here (Shanxi Province training).
Behavior analysis is a burgeoning field globally, and these lectures are part of CBS’ ongoing initiative to help share and implement behavioral analytic science overseas. Dr. Tu has over twenty years’ experience providing one-on-one services, training, workshops, and supervision in the field of developmental disabilities, and has consulted or lectured for organizations nationally and abroad in China, Bahrain, Romania, and India.