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Douglas Lee - Behavioral Solutions Inc.. Surrey, BC, CA

Douglas Lee Douglas Lee

Behavioral Solutions Inc.

Surrey, BC, CANADA

Developing expertise in behavioral interventions for individuals with neurological impairments (autism, brain injury, dementia, FASD)



I have given presentations varying in size from small groups (5-10) to auditorium sized groups (400-600). Presentations have been as short as one hour and as long as a week. Training programs vary from 1/2 day focused events through to 9-12 month train-the-trainer models.
Presentations have been for medical staff, school personnel, families, group home and day program staff as well as to general professional audiences. Presentations have focused on individuals with autism spectrum disorder, brain injury and intellectual disabilities as well as presentations specific to Applied Behavior Analysis.

Industry Expertise (3)

Social Services

Mental Health Care

Legal Services

Areas of Expertise (5)

Brain Injury and Behavior Analysis

Autism and Behavior Analysis

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Behavior Analysis

Clinical Psychology and Behavior Analysis

Evidence-Based Practice A Behavioral Approach

Accomplishments (2)

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) (professional)

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board was created to meet professional credentialing needs identified by behavior analysts, governments, and consumers of behavior analysis services. The BACB adheres to the national standards for boards that grant professional credentials.

Board Certification in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (professional)

Board Certification through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) provides peer and public recognition of demonstrated competence in one of its fourteen affiliated specialty areas. While many people often think of psychologists as general practioners many psychologists are highly specialized experts in particular fields.

Education (2)

University of British Columbia: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology 1985

University of British Columbia: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology 1985

Sample Talks (1)

Behavior - where the rubber hits the road

We are very good at jumping to conclusions. Psychology shows us the cognitive biases we have, particularly when judging complex and/or emotional situations. Using a behavior analytic approach helps us guard against our tendencies to jump to quick but wrong conclusion. By ensuring we have clear definitions of the behavior and observable data, behavior analysis offers a cost effective approach to positive solutions. Keeping interventions linked to data gives us evidence-based practice.


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500 to 10000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee