Judy Bui, M.A., BCBA – Clinical Director/Behaviour Analyst
Judy Bui is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with 13 years of experience supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities. Working as a behavioural therapist during her undergraduate degree, she was immediately impressed with the high standards and science behind behaviour analysis. To further her experience and knowledge of ABA, Judy left Vancouver to pursue a Master’s Degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis from The Chicago School in 2008.
Her graduate training emphasized instructional design, the science and application of behaviourism and working specifically with individuals on the autism spectrum. During this time, she had the opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant for Organization for Research and Learning (O.R.L) and as a 1:1 Paraprofessional for Rising Star Academy and Families for Effective Autism Treatment in Seattle, Washington. Upon returning home, she served as a Program Manager for Zambolin Consulting. Her dedication to disseminating ABA and commitment to providing high quality behaviour analytic services to individuals on the spectrum led her to establishing Precision Learning Group (PLG) in 2013.
Judy currently resides in Burnaby, British Columbia and serves as the Clinical Director for PLG. She also provides supervision for several Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst’s (BCaBA) on the Registry for Autism Service Providers (RASP) list. Judy has served as a Board Member for The British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis (BC-ABA). She is a member of the Standard Celeration Society, a full member of the Association for Behaviour Analysis International (ABAI) and British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis.
She has presented papers related to her clinical work at conferences including Association for Behaviour Analysis International, British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis conferences and The International Precision Teaching conferences. She attends multiple conferences annually to expand her professional knowledge as a way to better serve her practice.
When she is not busy fulfilling her clinical duties, she enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga and learning how to live in the moment, without technology. She is also fluent in English and Vietnamese.