Bryan Lovelace is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Behavior Analysis. He is a board-certified behavior analyst who received his B.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis and an M.S. in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. He is the owner and operator of Texas Behavior Services LLC in Denton, Texas; a company that delivers high quality behavior supports to individuals with intellectual and other related disabilities. In addition, Bryan serves as the Clinical Director of Intensive Services at Lakes Regional Community Centers where he provides direct clinical oversight of multiple programs that serve poor and undeserved populations in the Northeast Texas region. These programs include a day-treatment and outreach program in Rockwall, Texas that provides intensive behavior supports to children and adults, and two Crisis, Respite, Wrap teams located in Terrell and Corsicana, Texas that offer a spectrum of services designed to reduce emergency room visits, interactions with law enforcement, and to prevent institutionalization of high risk individuals. Bryan is a proud member of the Skeptic's society and teaches undergraduate students how to think critically and practice skepticism.