Hi everyone! I'm going to be a freshman in college in a few months and I feel deeply connected to becoming an ABA therapist. ABA, or applied behavior analysis, is a sort of therapy used commonly for individuals with autism. I read Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" about a year ago and immediately felt drawn to Christopher, the protagonist child in the book who is on the autism spectrum. For years I wanted to be a lawyer, then I realized INFJs aren't really lawyers and it wouldn't make me fulfilled at all, haha. Have any of you had experience with ABA? What do you suggest I study in college for it? Or, do you have any personal experiences with autism in your life?