Chong, Ivy

Director of Autism Services and Training
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment

Educational Background

PhD, Psychology, Western Michigan University

MA, Applied Behavior Analysis, Western Michigan University

Recognition & Awards

Licensed Psychologist (MI, FL)


Current Courses

Doctoral Research Project (Clinical program)

Dissertation (ABA program)

Pre-practical Field Experience BEH 5248, 5249

Seminar in Clinical Behavior BEH 5504

Seminar in Child Developmental Disorders PSY 5192

Supervised Research (ABA program)


Professional Experience

Dr. Chong has worked in the area of developmental disabilities for 20 years, is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D), and a licensed psychologist in two states (Michigan, Florida).  She has substantial clinical experience in supervising intensive treatment programs for children diagnosed with autism and related disabilities, and training students at the graduate and undergraduate level. Currently, Dr. Chong is the Director of Autism Services and Training at the Scott Center for Autism Treatment and an associate professor with the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts. She oversees the pediatric assessment clinic to diagnose or rule out autism spectrum disorders and has an special interest in children from birth to five. 

Additional Duties

Associate Professor, School of Behavior Analysis, Florida Institute of Technology

Adjunct Faculty, Centre for Applied Disability Studies, Brock University