Autism Light: Dr. Carl Sundberg

Dr. Carl Sundberg is the Executive Director/President of the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism, which has two centers in Central Indiana.  This role involves overseeing skilled ABA therapists. Dr. Carl Sundberg is an Autism Light because of his work to help more children with autism in Central Indiana receive life changing ABA therapy.

Dr. Carl Sundberg has his Ph.D and BCBA-D.  He received his doctorate degree from Western Michigan University and was mentored by Dr. Jack Michael.  Dr. Sundberg teaches B.F. Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior at Ball State University and utilizes these methods in his work at teaching children with autism.

According to the BACA website,
Since 1996 Dr. Sundberg has assessed and worked with over 400 children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and has personally worked with over 200 families. In addition to private consulting Dr. Sundberg also works with school districts and has been invited to speak at conference presentations and workshops across the nation [United States].”The following is a YouTube video of the work of the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism with an introduction by Dr. Carl Sundberg.

 

For more information on BACA visit their website at www.thebaca.com.

Publications: Dr. Carl Sundberg has published work in two scholary journals:

Social Media:  You can follow the work of BACA on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/BACAIndy.

Special thanks to Dr. Carl Sundberg for all the work he does to make ABA therapy available in Central Indiana to those impacted by autism. 

Autism Light honors diverse heroes to the world of autism.

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Photo: The photo used in this post with the permission of Dr. Carl Sundberg‘s office.

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Autism Light is an upbeat but real blog that takes readers on a journey that recognizes diverse heroes in and for the autism community.
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Autism Light is an upbeat but real blog that takes readers on a journey that recognizes diverse heroes in and for the autism community.

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