I just added some new letters behind my name, BCaBA. After about two years of studying and passing exams, spending many $$, and earning my basic hours, I can say I’m a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst. I’ve worked very hard to achieve this and am proud to have earned the privilege of calling myself a BEHAVIOR ANALYST. This qualifies me to use applied behavior analysis methodologies to help people change their behavior. It will also enhance my abilities to help dogs.
Here’s a link to the Behavior Analysis Certification Board, if you want more information.