>Anu is a licensed psychologist in the United States and a registered psychologist in Singapore. She is currently a full-time lecturer at the National Institute of Education (NIE) since 2011. Before joining NIE, she pursued her post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine – Kennedy Krieger Institute and worked in the Neuro-Behavioral Inpatient Unit until July 2011. She received her doctorate in Educational/School Psychology at the University of Iowa as well as worked as a Behavior therapist at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Anu has worked extensively for children with developmental disabilities (such as autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance, Conduct problems, varying levels of physical and intellectual disabilities, down syndrome etc.) that engage in behavioral problems such as self-injury, aggression, tantrums, non-compliance, and other disruptive behaviors. She provides direct clinical services which include conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavioral Interventions for clients, as well as providing education and training to parents and other primary care-providers on treatment plans formulated. She utilizes a data-driven approach to assessment and treatment based on an evidence-based applied behavior analysis model. Critical components of her treatment approach are collaboration with the client’s family and service providers, and provision of ongoing training.