Joyce C. Tu, PhD, BCBA-D
CE Course & Workshop Instructor
Dr. Joyce C. Tu received a doctor of education in Educational Psychology specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis from West Virginia University.
Dr. Tu has over 20 years of experience providing trainings, workshops, and supervisions for professionals and parents working with individuals diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities. Her specialization and research interests are in the area of verbal behavior, specifically, joint control and it’s role in listener’s behavior. Dr. Tu has presented a number of times to both national and international professional organizations. She had also consulted in schools for children with autism in China and Bahrain. She was an adjunct professor at California State University, Los Angeles, Ball State University, Florida Institute of Technology, and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is the founder and director for Center for Behavioral Sciences, Inc. and ABA Unlimited, Inc. She had served as Association program coordinator for the International Society for Behavirology Conferences. Furthermore, she had also served as President at California Association for Behavior Analysis Board of Directors, and the advisory board of director for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts. Currently, she is the vice president of the B. F. Skinner Foundation.