Ariel Ching earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Spanish at Central Washington University in 2013. She is currently working toward her Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis, and hopes to graduate in the fall of 2016. Ariel has worked with young children in an early autism classroom as a Lead Behavior Therapist at Children's Village in Yakima, WA. While there, she helped lead parent trainings, wrote positive behavior support plans, and worked one-on-one with the children to prepare them for preschool and kindergarten settings. Ariel has studied abroad in Spain and Ecuador; in Ecuador, she volunteered in a clinic for adults with disabilities. Her professional interests include working with families from a variety of cultural backgrounds in their communities, working with children with developmental disabilities, and providing comprehensive behavioral services to families across environments. Ariel loves traveling, practicing her Spanish, exploring Seattle, and spending time with her sisters.