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 have repeatedly found our impact limited by rigid adherence to our contextual way of knowing and technical way of speaking. Some behavior analysts, however, have been successful in connecting concepts and issues from across the spectrum of knowledge with accessible and effectively actionable behavioral conceptualizations. This series aims to celebrate that practice of bridging by inviting experts and activists in fields of social significance (1) to present the concepts that emerge from their way of knowing and (2) to participate in a translational conversation that brings a behavioral way of knowing to bear.
Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Emily Sandoz and Dr. Leigh Rachal for a Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will consist of (1) a presentation on current issues related to Homelessness, led by Leigh Rachal; and then (2) a discussion between Dr. Sandoz and Dr. Rachal to translate important issues and concepts into language familiar to and actionable by behavior analysts and other professionals.
In this session, Dr. Emily Sandoz and Dr. Leigh Rachal will explore knowledge from outside of behavior analysis (homelessness) that impact and inform Dr. Rachal’s work on Homelessness.
About the Presenters:
Dr. Emily Sandoz is Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, the Director of the Louisiana Contextual Science Research Group, and the Emma Louise LeBlanc Burguieres/BORSF Endowed Professor of Social Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Psychology Department. She has co-authored three books on acceptance and commitment therapy for struggles with eating and body image, along with chapters and journal articles on ACT, values, the therapeutic relationship, and psychological flexibility. Emily has led more than 40 professional training workshops around the world, and serves as a peer-reviewed ACT trainer. See her earlier webinar with Connections Behavior here: ACT as Clinical Behavior Analysis.
Leigh Rachal is Executive Director of the Acadiana Regional Coalition on Homelessness and Housing (ARCH), and the co-chair of the Acadiana Housing Alliance. You can find out more about ARCH here.
Presenter Financial Disclosures:
Dr. Emily Sandoz will receive a portion of proceeds from future on-demand purchases.
Leigh Rachal will receive an honorarium payment for participation in this event, a donation to her organization, Acadiana Regional Coalition on Homelessness and Housing, and a portion of proceeds from future on-demand purchases.
Aside from proceeds from registration, Connections Behavior will receive no commercial support for hosting this event.
Participants will describe three issues on the topic of homelessness that are not typically discussed from a behavioral perspective.
Participants will describe behavioral principles or practices relevant to at least one issue described.
For questions, challenges with registration, or any other needed information, please contact Dusty, Director of Continuing Education and ACE Coordinator for CBPI, LLC, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connections Behavior Planning & Intervention, LLC, is a BACB-Approved ACE Provider (Provider # OP-17-2781). The BACB does not directly sponsor or endorse this event, its speakers, or its content.