Lilyan W.J. Campbell is a specialist in ABA parent training; staff training; and social skills development and has developed many ABA parent training tools over the past 20 years. One of Campbell’s agencies, ABA Works, has been awarded the 2019 Los Angeles Award. Campbell is a BCBA and a licensed psychotherapist. She is a co-author on a poster presented during ABAI in Chicago. She has presented at the Bucharest International Conferences; ABAI conventions; Autism Summit; Autism Europe congress; Stanford University and at various ABA agencies. Campbell is the co-CEO of ABA Works, located in California USA; the co-founder of ABA Courses, located in Nevada, USA; co-founder of ABA Center International, located in Amsterdam. Campbell is the first BCBA in the Netherlands who successfully combined ABA treatment and education, with 2 children diagnosed with Autism. These learners did not receive education for years and after 1 year of ABA treatment and education, the children moved up 1 grade. Campbell uses Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) to motivate her teams towards success and she is passionate about developing effective tools for Behavior Analysts and Behavior Technicians to succeed in the field. Campbell continues to develop tools for social skills training for children and adults, parent training, staff development, and vocational skills. She is a mother of 2 wonderful boys.
will cover a range of topics related to parent training, including best practices, common challenges, and how to adapt training to meet the unique needs of different families. You'll learn how to effectively communicate with parents, build rapport, and create a collaborative relationship that supports the success of ABA treatment.