Christopher Ewing MS, BCBA

Christopher Ewing is a board-certified behavior analyst working with autism solutions and applied behavior analysis (ABA) program at Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy). He received his undergraduate degree from The University of North Texas in rehabilitation studies and a master degree in behavior analysis. Chris is one of the founding members, and first president, of the Arkansas Association for Behavior Analysis, has research published in The Analysis of Verbal Behavior and Behavioral Interventions, and has presented at many professional conferences.

Before joining Canopy, Chris was Clinical Director, BCBA, behavior specialist, behavior intervention consultant and behavioral services coordinator in Arkansas and Texas. He has served on professional committees and boards, and has worked with children and adults since 1995. Originally from Texas, Chris has been married to his wife Ashley for 27 years, and together they have two children, two dogs and a guinea pig! He enjoys fishing, spending time with his family and traveling. 


PUBLICATIONS

Champman, S. S., Ewing, C. B., & Mozzoni, M. P. (2005). Precision Teaching and Fluency Training Across Cognitive, Physical, and Academic Tasks in Children with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Multiple Baseline Study. Behavioral Interventions. 20, 37-49. 

Ewing, C., Ellis, J., Magee, S. (2001/2002). Functional Analysis of Problematic Verbal Behavior. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. 18, 51-60.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS 

Ewing, C. (2012). Problem Behaviors in the Classroom. Bentonville Independent School District.

Ewing, C. (2012). Autism and Challenging Behavior. Bentonville Independent School District.

Ewing, C. (2011). Discrete Trial Training: What it is and How to Do it. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. (2010). Understanding Applied Behavior Analysis. Autism Association of Northeast Arkansas. Blytheville, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. (2009). What is Applied Behavior Analysis? Dennis Development Center. Little Rock, AR.

Ewing, C. & Henderson, T. (2008). Data Collection and Data Analysis in Early Childhood Programs. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. & Henderson, T. (2008). Discrete Trial Training in Early Childhood Programs. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. & Henderson, T. (2008). Precision Teaching and Fluency Based Instruction in Early Childhood Programs. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. & Henderson, T. (2008). The Application of Behavior Analysis Principles and Procedures in Early Childhood Programs. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. & Henderson, T. (2008). Verbal Behavior. Arkansas Department of Education Early Childhood Behavior Intervention Consultants. Conway, Arkansas.

Ewing, C (2006). Data Collection in School Settings. Arkansas Council for Exceptional Children, Annual Conference. Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. (2005). Applied Behavior Analysis in School Settings. Region 5 Arkansas Department of Education. Hot Springs, Arkansas

Ewing, C. (2004). Effects of Fluency versus Accuracy-Only Training on Retention in Children with Brain Injury. Association for Behavior Analysis, 30th Annual Convention. Boston, Massachusetts.

Ewing, C. (2004). Effects of Accuracy-Only Training versus Fluency Training on Retention Following TBI. Behavior Analysis Research Colloquium. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas.

Ewing, C. (2004). Behavior Management and Interventions: Keys for Success. Arkansas Therapeutic Recreation Society, 10th Annual Conference. Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. & McDaniel, R. (2003). Behavior Management and Intervention Issues. Brain Injury: Spanning the Continuum of Care. Little, Rock, Arkansas.

Ewing, C. (2003). Beyond Antecedent Behavior Consequences: Current Concepts in Behavioral Teaching Methods. The Brain Injury Association of Arkansas, 15th Annual Conference. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Eastridge, D., Ewing, C., Juarez, P., McCallum, N., & Mozzoni, P. (2003). Traumatic Brain Injury: Innovative Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis in the Neurorehabilitation Setting. Association for Behavior Analysis, 29th Annual Convention. San Francisco, California.

Ewing, C. (2001). Functional Analysis of Spontaneous Verbal Behavior of a 12-Year Old Girl. Associations for Behavior Analysis, 27th Annual Convention. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ellis, J., Magee, S., Crye, A., Ewing, C., & LePage, J. (2001). Functional Analysis in Public Schools: Assessment, Data Analysis, and Intervention. Association for Behavior Analysis 27th Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ewing, C. (2001). Behavioral Technology: What it is and How to Do it. Timber NeuroRehabilitation Center, Benton, Arkansas.