All CEUS are presented by Dr. Diane Fraser. Dr. Diane Fraser has a doctoral degree in child development and special education from Columbia University, NYC. She has published more than ten books on human development, and has over 30 years experience working with children with autism and Asperger’s syndrome. Along with Cherice Cardwell, she is the co-founder of the Association Française Les Professionnels d’ABA (AF-LPA), an affiliated chapter of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA). The APBA is an international organization with the primary mission of serving the needs of behavior analyst practitioners, many of whom work with children with autism, who are credentialed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). AF-LPA is the first organization in France to offer the BCBA credential to psychologists wanting to learn how to use the science of ABA with children with autism. Currently, Dr. Fraser consults for numerous organizations and schools providing behavior analytic services throughout France, and is providing supervision for future board certified behavior analysts. In September 2013, she co-founded a second professional organization, ABA Cote D’OR, along with Deborah Esmail and Nadia Boudet, in the burgundy region of France. Here they are replicating the IMPACT (Improving parents as Communication Teachers) research from American behavior analysts, Brooke Ingersoll and Anna Dworvak. Dr. Fraser currently resides in Dijon.