Miguel Flores's, MS, BCBA, passion for working with families began during an internship that fostered social and learning opportunities to children of varied backgrounds. Miguel continued to develop his interest in the science of human behavior and went on to obtain his MS in Applied Behavior Analysis. As part of his requirements, Miguel completed a thesis study geared at teaching children diagnosed with autism the use of self-management to reduce repetitive behaviors. Miguel holds a position as a behavior analyst consultant for a regional center teaching behavioral concepts to families and coordinating behavioral support. In addition to his job, he works as an instructor, teaching practicum courses to Masters-level students in pursuit of their degree in behavior analysis. Miguel’s personal interests include running, yoga, and the use/practice of mindfulness techniques to maximize his life. Miguel has a passion for behavior analysis and helping out families who need support in creating meaningful changes in their lives.