Dr. David Lennox, founder and President of QBS, Inc., received his Ph.D. from Western Michigan University specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis. With over 20 years of organizational, management, clinical, and marketing commitment, he has worked toward improving the services and outcomes for a vast array of healthcare organizations. Dr. Lennox has developed, directed, and consulted in organizations and programs treating children, adults, and geriatrics in a variety of settings including schools, community and group homes, long-term care, academic research programs, day treatment programs, and hospitals. He has managed services for individuals with a variety of rehabilitation and behavioral needs resulting from developmental disabilities, autism, head injury, Alzheimer's, psychiatric conditions, and a number of neurological disorders. Dr. Lennox has served as Vice-President of Behavioral Health Services for one of the largest national healthcare providers, developing and directing a nationwide network of over 80 specialty programs. He has conducted hundreds of presentations, published numerous articles, and has appeared on the PBS series entitled "Abnormal Psychology." In addition, has taught at numerous colleges and universities, has served on governmental committees for clinical change, and is active in numerous professional and healthcare organizations and associations.