Brian Boeck’s psychological and behavioral journey has been one of continuous growth and exploration. He holds a Ph.D. in International Psychology, a Master in Family Psychology, and a Graduate Certificate in Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He has been in the field of special needs since 2012.
His experiences have taken him around the world, from the bustling streets of Seoul Korea, the busy streets of Bangkok to academic platforms across Asia, Europe and the United States. Whether collaborating with universities, NGOs, or schools, his passion for behavior analysis has been unwavering. He has also disseminated behavior analytic principles in South Korea, Thailand, Japan, Finland and Nepal, contributing to the international efforts of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
His journey has been punctuated by various academic and creative publications, including a groundbreaking dissertation on the cross-cultural applicability of neurofeedback training to improve cognitive performance. He has also shared his expertise through various creative works, presentations, workshops and academic contributions, all aimed at promoting understanding of ABA and positive change.