The North Dakota Association for Behavior Analysis (ND ABA) was founded in 2012 at the first annual ND ABA conference held in Grafton, North Dakota. The goal of North Dakota Association for Behavior Analysis is to network, collaborate, support one another, and to grow the field of Behavior Analysis in the state of North Dakota.
Please check out information about membership categories, Board member responsibilities, along with other information in the ND ABA By-Laws
ND ABA Diversity Policy [Approved by the Executive Board and Members in 2/2023]
The North Dakota Association for Behavior Analysis (ND ABA) values and encourages diversity, equity, and inclusion in the field of behavior analysis broadly, and within the organization specifically. Diversity refers to differences in race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, country of origin, religious or spiritual beliefs, ability, and/or socioeconomic class.
It is expected that all ND ABA members as well as non-members who participate in ND ABA events treat one another with respect.
For more information about becoming a Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst in North Dakota, please visit the: ND State Board of Integrative Health Care (ndbihc.org)
Meet our Board President
We work together to disseminate Applied Behavior Analysis throughout the state and to support the growth of the field.
Cristine Deaver is a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She is a Special Education coordinator with James River Special Education Cooperative and was elected as ND ABA Board President in 2019.