Harley Lang

Training Behaviour Analyst (Intern)

HL 2015Applied Behaviour Analysis piqued my interest over five years ago when I was just beginning my undergraduate studies. Ever since, I have spent my time implementing evidence-based interventions under the supervision of board-certified behaviour analysts, exploring the behaviour analytic literature, and furthering my knowledge of the behaviour analytic realm.

Currently I provide services as both a BI and an Intern to a small population of children and adolescents in a variety of settings. Previously, I provided direct 1:1 services at camps and for the Surrey School District. As a BI, I make great efforts to cater to the individuals interests in order to better facilitate behaviour change. As an intern, my primary interest is operating in the best interest of the client. I put 100% of my effort into meeting those goals in both of my roles.

While working as a BI and an Intern, I have also involved myself in many different personal and professional projects. Previously, I have completed coursework at Simon Fraser University, Douglas College, Kwaltlewn Polytechnic University, and Surrey College. Right now I am taking graduate coursework on Applied Behaviour Analysis at St. Cloud State University, and volunteering some of my time to assist my professors as a graduate research assistant. Additionally, I sit on British Columbia’s Association for Applied Behaviour Analysis (BC-ABA) board as a student representative. My participation with the board played a crucial role in establishing BC’s first student-led special interest group: BC-ABA’s Student Alliance. Prior to board participation, I presented several different case studies with fellow colleagues at a number of BC-ABA’s annual conferences.