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The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
The Wellness + Wisdom Podcast is a global collective for humans to thrive in our modern world. In this podcast together we gather, apply and embody the wisdom needed for authentic well-being in the 21st century. Each episode is artfully crafted to go an inch wide and a mile deep into the "Pentagon of Wellness" - Physical, Emotional, Mental, Spiritual + Financial. Your host, Josh Trent, asks the questions few have the courage to ask so you can garner the truth about how to live a life of conf ...
 
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The woke mentality steals the ability for people to have gratitude. No matter how shitty the situation is, if we can cultivate a sense of gratitude, then it gives us the option of agency... ...I can be grateful for the challenge that I have, and then you can start moving forward, or you experience despair which means your progress has stopped and y…
 
In the 6th installment of the Apollo Case Study Series, I'm joined by my regular conversation partner, Dr. Jim Moore, along with Christina Nylander. Christina is a BCBA who works at Apollo's Lawrenceville, GA clinic. In this episode, Christina opens up quite a bit and describes how she encountered Applied Behavior Analysis, her early experiences as…
 
Are You Stressed Out Lately? In this special bonus episode, Josh joins Traver Boehm on The UNcivilized Podcast to discuss men's work, the conscious integration of the masculine + feminine for relationships and with ourselves, shifting the mindset around freedom through inner work, and how to be a good man in a world that needs one now more than eve…
 
In this solocast, you will learn: How hypervigilance works as a subconscious strategy for survival What mental illnesses hypervigilance is a symptom of Why hypervigilance is like a junkyard The negative effect it has on our Wellness Pentagon How to create our emotional inventory Why hypervigilance is stress and trauma-based How to embody our pain W…
 
Functional cranial release drops the default mode network, just like psychedelics do. You experience this balloon inflation. There’s this very calm sensation people will experience. And so there’s kind of a window for people to have emotions that will come up, being able to be objective or empathetic towards those emotions. So there’s a lot of util…
 
This is a special re-broadcast of an interview that I did on The Medicin Podcast with Chase and Mimi, we covered a LOT in this conversation. Some of the topics today include: Josh’s background and early life growing up in a very unstable home environment His tumultuous journey with God and Self love Conscious Relationship struggles and insights How…
 
In Session 206, I spoke with Dr. Melissa Gonzalez, BCBA-D, about Pediatric Feeding Disorders, and what Applied Behavior Analysis can offer in this area. Melissa is the Clinical Therapy Director at the Siskin Children's Institute in Chattanooga, Tennessee, arriving there by way of Louisiana State University's Clinical Psychology program and the Kenn…
 
There's always time to become a better dad. Your best impact is still right now in this moment; it can be made with your kids no matter how old they are. Men have to know themselves. This process all begins when you're willing to take a look at if you're really being present. Can you see all the parts of yourself and accept them? - Jon Vroman Are Y…
 
A ritual is an intention and a practice when you do it every day. We’re spiritual creatures. Doing rituals ground me and they connect me to who I am, what my intentions are for the day, and what I want to bring to the world. To alter we need to get to the altar. - Shiva Rose Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness gui…
 
If you are a mother, father, or are doing healing work on the child inside of you... If you are in the process of learning how to re-parent the little girl or the little boy inside of your heart, inside of your body this is a perfect podcast for you. This is a special re-broadcast of an interview that I did on the Intuitive Warrior Podcast with my …
 
After a long hiatus, Dr. Matt Brodhead returns to Behavioral Observations. In this episode, we discuss the use of punishment in the context of creating effective, ethical behavioral interventions. Of course, pursuant to the Behavior Analysis Certification Board's Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, punishment should only be considered, "only after d…
 
To go and spend time in nature; amongst plants and trees is one of the most balancing and healing things that you can do. The human vagus nerve is 400-500 million years old whereas our human brain is only about 1 million years old. So, our body and our autonomic nervous system respond to these cues of noise and sound in a profound way. - Stefan Chm…
 
On November 26th, 2019, the first Inside JABA Series podcast was published. This series was the brainchild of Dr. Linda LeBlanc, who at the time was the incoming Editor in Chief, and I have to say, doing these shows has been a highlight of producing this podcast. As I remind people often, I'm not involved in the production or publication of Behavio…
 
Nonviolent communication is powerful because it has really understood some very key things about what creates a connection between people. It helps people create an environment in which what is talked about is done in a value-free, non-judgmental way. So then what is talked about is focused on what is going on in each person on a vulnerable level r…
 
In the world of Behavior Analysis, Rose Griffin is a unicorn of sorts, which is the unofficial mascot of those select few who hold both Speech Language Pathologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst credentials. For 20 years, Rose supported students in public school settings, but these days, she is concentrating on taking all the knowledge she's …
 
In the world of neurofeedback, we're going to do some brain training. We know what an average brain looks like but training to be average is a terrible idea. So, what we're doing in our studies with 1,500 high-performance brains of people who have done big things in the world, even some gurus, and we're training brains towards building higher human…
 
Join me live at the REWIRE event in Austin, Texas October 27–30 2022. Click HERE to Attend REWIRE If you are tired of fighting subconscious programs and limiting decisions that have been holding you back your entire life, this is the call. Wellness + Wisdom Episode 481 Founder and CEO of NLP Freedom, Scott Jackson, shares how he uses neurolinguisti…
 
When we look at microdosing, it is just not about the day you take a low dose of a psychedelic. We're looking at a microdosing protocol in terms of what you're committed to for the next 30 days as an intention that you want to cultivate and how microdosing can support you in facilitating that intention. - Paul Austin Are You Stressed Out Lately? Ta…
 
After a brief hiatus, the Apollo Case Study Series returns to Behavioral Observations for its fifth installment. In this episode, Dr. Jim Moore shares his approach to modifying existing clinical programs that aren't making progress. More specifically, we talk about the temptation to go out and purchase the 'new shiny thing' (as in curriculum, asses…
 
We're told in the USA that we're so divided... yet if you go to any sort of normal event in the country, everyone's not really having a problem at all with each other. This work has taken me to a lot of different places including inner-city America and that has been different. I never would have done that otherwise and it has been a big eye-opener.…
 
Would you rather earn preferred items or get them for free? More technically stated, would you prefer response-contingent reinforcers over response-independent ones (and to further split hairs, if the preferred items are provided response-independently, are they really reinforcers?)? It turns out that there has been some basic and applied research …
 
What does it take to be living your life with meaning...? Are you wanting more when it comes to money, relationships, love, success and even spirituality? If you are, then this episode is for you. As I’m so thankful to sit down with @Joshtrent who someone is I’ve wanted to record a episode with so many years now. You’ll see inside this episode; we …
 
Ask yourself the right questions. Instead of asking yourself this unanswerable question all the time, 'Why them and not me? Why don't I have this? Why didn't I have this?' and using up all of your energy on the idea that life is just unfair ask yourself this: 'Do I want to be a victim all my life and sit around feeling sorry for myself?' Flip the s…
 
I’ve always maintained that this is a show that is all about the listeners and the guests, and so it is with that in mind that I’m thrilled to share the following interview segments that were nominated by so many of you. We did have many entries, so I couldn’t fit all of them in, but I genuinely appreciate all of you who took the time to write in a…
 
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