Maximum Potential's ABA Team
Coby Lund PhD and Janet Lund PhD have over 25 combined years of experience working with children with autism. They have worked with children at all levels and are a staple in the autism community in Georgia. Coby earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska, Masters from Southern Illinois University, and PhD from Florida State University. His thesis was on safety skills and his dissertation was on peer-mediated interventions. Janet earned her Bachelor’s degree from Florida State, Masters from Southern Illinois University and PhD from Florida State University. Her thesis was on specialized versus “generic” trainers and her dissertation on safety skills.
In the early 90’s, both Janet and Coby began working with abused and neglected children in Illinois. During graduate school, they began working primarily with children with disabilities, specializing almost exclusively on autistic spectrum disorders since 1995.
In 2000, they started Integrated Behavioral Solutions, Inc., which provides behavior analysts and therapists to serve children with autism throughout the Southeast, both in school systems and in homes.
In 2008, with Ann and Tom Lane, they opened the Keystone Center for Children with Autism, a non-profit school for children on the spectrum. They are also regularly invited to conduct workshops in the Southeast and Midwest to teach educators, therapists, and families how to use empirically-validated interventions to address the language, social, cognitive, and behavioral needs of children on the spectrum.
Outside of working with children, Janet also teaches a series of seminars for Aubrey Daniels International, including “Bringing Out the Best in People” and “Applications of Performance Management Technology.”
Janet and Coby are both Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and members of the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the Georgia Association for Behavior Analysis (GABA), of which Coby was formerly president.
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