Christopher Montano is a board certified assistant behavior analyst who has been working in the behavioral field with clients ranging from 2 to 30 years old for almost a decade now. Focusing mostly in the home within the core family dynamic, he’s had supplemental experience in multiple settings, including clinical, school, and community. Graduate of Florida International University, with a degree in Psychology and a behavioral course track. He began to work with clients and families across many cultures, settings, difficulties or intensity of behaviors, and with families, both big and small. These opportunities to work with multiple facets of a client’s support system, along with a passion in research and innovative behavioral technology, he’s driven to find up-to-date research-based methods that fit contextually to each client, in order to produce and apply the most effective means of improving quality of life.