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About Behavior Analyst Advising

What We Do

Behavior Analyst Advising (BA Advising) was founded in 2021 by Sara Lalani, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D). Sara is passionate about helping individuals and businesses reach their potential and achieve their goals. Therefore, BA Advising is dedicated to helping others reach their goals by offering comprehensive services. Our team of experienced professionals specializes in providing supervision for BCBA/BCaBA certification, ABA consulting, business consulting using organization behavior management (OBM techniques), and ABA Therapy. We also offer training courses and workshops on various topics related to behavior analysis and business management. No matter your needs, you can trust that our team of experts will be there to provide the support and guidance you need to succeed.

We are dedicated to helping our clients improve their lives and businesses through the science of behavior change. We accomplish this mission by providing high-quality services that promote the effective use of behavior-analytic principles and practices. We work with individuals, families, businesses, and organizations of all sizes to improve their effectiveness in achieving their goals.

Our team of experts are here to help you every step of the way, from the initial consultation to long-term support. We pride ourselves on providing tailored solutions that meet each client's unique needs and help them reach their full potential by providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed.

Our Mission

Behavior Analyst Advising is committed to helping businesses and individuals reach their goals utilizing the principles of applied behavior analysis. We take pride in our ability to provide you with the information and support you need to make informed decisions. Whether you are looking to help your organization, develop a better understanding of ABA principles, or obtain certification, our team is here to help you.

What is Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)?

OBM is a scientific approach that looks at behavior within organizations. It helps improve workplace productivity and efficiency by using principles of applied behavior analysis to analyze organizational systems and employee behavior. This involves modifying environmental variables that directly impact employee performance and workplace culture. OBM consists of conducting performance diagnostics, implementing carefully selected evidence-based interventions, and continually evaluating the effects of the interventions. 


Sara Lalani, PhD, BCBA-D

Owner and BCBA-D at Behavior Analyst Advising

Sara has been working in the field of behavior analysis since 2015. She started as a behavior assistant and worked her way up through various levels of certification before becoming a BCBA in 2019. Sara received her doctorate in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School and her doctoral designation from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) in 2023. 

 Sara has experience working with children between the ages of 2 and 16 in schools, homes, clinics, and group homes. She has worked with kids diagnosed with bipolar disorder, ADHD, chromosomal abnormalities, ASD, Down Syndrome, and more. Since 2016, Sara has been supervising others in the field. She has supervised behavior assistants, RBTs, BCaBAs, and other BCBAs. She also offers remote supervision to individuals pursuing certification. Furthermore, she is currently an adjunct faculty member at Florida International University (FIU) and The Chicago School, teaching dual enrollment, undergraduate, and graduate students.

Although Sara enjoys working with children and providing supervision to individuals pursuing certification, she is also passionate about OBM. She enjoys working with others to help improve employee performance and help organizations be successful. Her dissertation examined individual versus group behavioral skills training (BST) to teach managers how to identify precise organizational outcomes and employee behaviors to address organizational performance problems. Additionally, Sara is an assistant lab director for an OBM and leadership research lab at The Chicago School that focuses on producing more research surrounding leadership skills and employee performance.

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