Michael is a Registered Behavior Technician who was introduced to the field of Applied Behavior Analysis by a professor at Keiser University while completing his bachelor’s degree. As Michael began taking several psychology classes, he became more and more interested in the field of psychology and behavior. Michael always knew that he had a huge interest in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, while observing adults and children with mental disabilities in his life and always having the desire to help. Michael proceeded to complete the 40-hour RBT training, to better prepare himself to be able to help children with autism and has never looked back. He plans to continue his education and get his Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis to further his knowledge and become a future BCBA. Michael is anxiously waiting for the day when he can write his plans and implement his programs in order to better help children with autism.