Siri Ming, BCBA-D, is a board-certified behavior analyst-doctoral with over twenty years’ experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism and their families in a variety of capacities from direct interventionist to county-level quality assurance. Her research and practice focuses on the synthesis of Skinnerian verbal behavior and relational frame theory (RFT), and she received her PhD from the National University of Ireland at Galway under the supervision of Ian Stewart. She teaches and acts as subject matter expert for graduate-level classes on verbal behavior for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and is an associate editor for The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. She has provided training and consultation for agencies and individual consultants using an analysis-of-verbal-behavior approach to programs for children with autism since 1996, and has provided coaching and training on applications of RFT to early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) programs for nearly a decade. Her clients include consultants and agencies from throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, Brazil, Nigeria, and India.