Erick M. Dubuque, PhD, LBA, BCBA-D

Director, Autism Commission on Quality

Erick Dubuque, PhD, LBA(KY), BCBA-DDr. Dubuque serves as the Director of ACQ’s industry-wide accreditation program designed to promote quality care for individuals with autism. He is a former assistant professor with over a decade of experience coordinating, advising, teaching, and supervising students across three graduate training programs in applied behavior analysis domestically and internationally. His professional, voluntary, and scholarly activities have centered around quality control in the training and application of behavior analysis. As an accreditation administrator, expert witness, licensure board chair, and consultant, Dr. Dubuque has shaped legislation, regulations, and policies designed to protect the public and increase access to effective and ethical applied behavior analytic services for individuals with autism.

Erick M. Dubuque, PhD, LBA, BCBA-D

Director, Autism Commission on Quality

Erick Dubuque, PhD, LBA(KY), BCBA-DDr. Dubuque serves as the Director of ACQ’s industry-wide accreditation program designed to promote quality care for individuals with autism. He is a former assistant professor with over a decade of experience coordinating, advising, teaching, and supervising students across three graduate training programs in applied behavior analysis domestically and internationally. His professional, voluntary, and scholarly activities have centered around quality control in the training and application of behavior analysis. As an accreditation administrator, expert witness, licensure board chair, and consultant, Dr. Dubuque has shaped legislation, regulations, and policies designed to protect the public and increase access to effective and ethical applied behavior analytic services for individuals with autism.

Erick M. Dubuque, PhD, LBA, BCBA-D

Director, Autism Commission on Quality

Erick Dubuque, PhD, LBA(KY), BCBA-DDr. Dubuque serves as the Director of ACQ’s industry-wide accreditation program designed to promote quality care for individuals with autism. He is a former assistant professor with over a decade of experience coordinating, advising, teaching, and supervising students across three graduate training programs in applied behavior analysis domestically and internationally. His professional, voluntary, and scholarly activities have centered around quality control in the training and application of behavior analysis. As an accreditation administrator, expert witness, licensure board chair, and consultant, Dr. Dubuque has shaped legislation, regulations, and policies designed to protect the public and increase access to effective and ethical applied behavior analytic services for individuals with autism.