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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – What Behavior Analysts Can Learn and Gain from Understanding Non-Behavior Analytic Perspectives on Homelessness with Dr. Emily Sandoz and Leigh Rachal

Leigh Rachal & Emily Sandoz

This event is Session 5 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – Tactical Urbanism with Dana Wall & Dr. Kate Kellum, BCBA-D

Dr. Kate Kellum & Dana Wall

This event is Session 4 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – What Behavior Analysts Have to Learn from Animals and the Non-Behavior Analysts Working with Them with Dr. Evelyn Gould, BCBA-D and Lara Joseph

Dr. Evelyn Gould & Lara Joseph

This event is Session 3 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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ACT & Parent Training with Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Adrienne Bradley, BCBA, to outline an ACT-based approach to parent training in behavior analysis. About the Presenter My name is Adrienne Bradley, and I’m the Associate Clinical Director in our Detroit region. I have been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2018, and have worked with Behavior Frontiers since January 2020. However,

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Supervision in Behavior Analysis – A Cultural Approach with Shawn T. Capell, BCBA

Shawn T. Capell, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Shawn Capell, BCBA, to outline a cultural approach to supervision in behavior analysis. About the Presenter Shawn Thomas Capell, MS., BCBA., LBA, graduated from Johnson & Wales University in 2007 with an Associate of Science in Restaurant Management and a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management. After five years in the

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Shaping Psychological Flexibility (On-The-Fly) with Lou Lasprugato

Lou Lasprugato, MFT, ACBS Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Lou Lasprugato, Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer, for his second webinar with us! Our first event with Lou is available free, here: ACT Matrix and Creative Hopelessness About the Presenter Lou Lasprugato, MFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Integrative Psychotherapist with Sutter Health’s Institute for Health and Healing, and

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