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Parent Collaboration & Ethical Decision Making with Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Adrienne Bradley, BCBA, Past President of BABA and host of the Shades of ABA Podcast, to present on Ethical Parent Training in Behavior Analysis. See Adrienne’s other events with us here. About the Presenter My name is Adrienne Bradley, and I’m Clinical Director in our Detroit region. I have been

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Sexuality and the Spectrum: Lessons on ABA, Dating, and Love, Autism Style with Amy Gravino

Amy Gravino, MA, Autism Sexuality Advocate

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Amy Gravino, MA, Autism Sexuality Advocate, for a Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts! Abstract: Individuals on the autism spectrum are sexual beings, yet ABA as a field has not risen to the challenge of helping autistic people learn skills related to dating and sexuality. This session,

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Collaborating with Parents: ACT and Beyond with Tommy Parry, BCBA & Jonathan Amey

Tommy Parry, M.S., M.Ed., LMHC, LBA, BCBA, and Jonathan Amey, M.Ed.

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Tommy Parry and Jonathan Amey for a webinar for Behavior Analysts. Abstract The numerous and fluctuating challenges and demands of parenthood make parenting a stressful experience (Crnic & Low, 2002). We’re often confronted by families and clients that demonstrate a lot of resistance and get caught up in the

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Mixed Messages: How Behaviorists and Non-Behaviorists Think About Language with Sarah McKim Thomas, MA, CCC-SLP, AAC Specialist

Sarah McKim Thomas, MA, CCC-SLP, AAC Specialist

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Sarah McKim Thomas, MA, CCC-SLP, AAC Specialist, for a Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts!   Abstract: While the broad influence of behaviorism on the fields of psychology and education is undeniable,  some academics and professionals in other fields argue that there are still areas of human behavior not adequately explained by

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Weeding out coercion in otherwise compassionate environments: A trauma-informed, ACT approach to creating and maintaining nurturing environments that promote thriving with Camille Kolu, BCBA-D and Evelyn Gould, BCBA-D

Evelyn Gould, BCBA-D & Camille Kolu, BCBA-D

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Evelyn Gould and Dr. Camille Kolu for a Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts! Abstract What if there were some practices you could try that cost nothing, are available to you at all times,  and could change everything – for you, your practice, your team,

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Some Behavior Analytic Models of Verbal Behavior with Amanda Chastain, BCBA

Amanda Chastain, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Amanda Chastain, BCBA, for a webinar on Verbal Behavior for Behavior Analysts! Please note – the presenter was difficult to understand at some points in the presentation, due to illness on the day of the event. We appreciate your patience and understanding! Abstract: What is RFT? How is it different

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Contingencies of Joy with Dr. Shahla Alai, BCBA-D

Dr. Shahla Alai, BCBA-D

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Shahla Alai for another Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts! This presentation will provide an overview of practices that nurture joy in the lives of young children with autism, their families and their supporting professionals. Abstract: The talk is divided into three sections. The first section

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Igniting Innovation: ACT & BCBA Supervision with Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Adrienne Bradley, BCBA, Past President of BABA and host of the Shades of ABA Podcast, to outline an ACT-based approach to staff supervision in behavior analysis. See Adrienne’s other events with us here. Abstract As the BACB has updated their demographic information, we also have had data to show

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