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This podcast features conversations with behavior analysts, researchers and academics working in the field of Positive Behaviour Support, ABA, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and other areas of behavior analysis. We discuss topics including autism and autistics, trauma-informed supports, diversity, functional assessment, person centred planning, consent and so much more! Listeners can earn BACB Learning CEUs for each episode.
 
Board Certified Behavior Analysts Angela Nelson and Kristin Bandi bring together more than three decades of experience working with children, teens, and their parents. Their knowledge and expertise in implementing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy has already helped thousands of parents better understand their children and improve everyday behaviors. Behaviorally Speaking focuses on common scenarios most parents face and provides tangible, lighthearted tips and techniques you can use i ...
 
SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through “podcast learning.” We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists. We review resources and literature while trying to not bore you to tears. Who are we? We are two speech language pathologists (one dually certified BCBA) who met several years ago and became kindred spirits in nerdiness and sci-fi fantasy books - but that’s a topic for a different podcast. We enjoy reading, thinking, and discussing speech langu ...
 
SLP-BCBA. TherapyBiz Coach to Therapy Business Owners in Speech Pathology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Occupational Therapy, and Learning Specialists. OBM Consultant. CKO at SOAR Autism Solutions and CCO at Momentum Autism Therapy. Landria is an Autism Thought Leader and Speaker.
 
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!
 
ABA on Call presented by CentralReach, explores the Applied Behavior Analysis/Healthcare Technology industries through thought-provoking conversation. Watch to explore ideas and trends in the field with renowned ABA experts, Rick Kubina Jr., Ph.D, BCBA-D & Doug Kostewicz, Ph.D, BCBA-D. Earn BACB CEUs to support your ongoing certification for Season 3 and future episodes.
 
Autism Weekly is a podcast that discusses Autism news, current events, and inclusion. Each week we welcome a guest to the program to share their unique perspective and expertise as it relates to the fascinating world of Autism. We welcome all feedback. Please email podcast@abskids.com.
 
Our vision is to create a conversation around finding moments in time, in an organic way between family members. Our conversation will explore ways to provide practical tools to help families look up from their screens to find meaningful, connected moments that strengthen relationships with fundamental foundations that last a lifetime. Good friends, Chad, Trisha and LenEll, share their conversations ranging from child development to parenting. LenEll is the pro ... a Masters in Applied Psych ...
 
Sr+ is a positively reinforcing podcast for Behavior Analysts (BCBA), autism professionals, and leaders of human service organizations. Sr+ is brought to you by Arizona Autism United (www.AZAunited.org), a nonprofit organization with a mission to help as many families as possible with individualized supports. Sr+ features interviews with colleagues and professionals in various fields, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The show is hosted by Dr. Aaron Blocher-Rubin, BCBA and CEO of AZ ...
 
Behavioral Health Collective podcast is a community of behavior analysts who are passionate about sharing our science by connecting families to information that promotes meaningful behavior change. We're a community of practitioners who seek to empower parents by sharing effective behavioral strategies and evidence-based practices from the perspective of behavior science.
 
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In this episode, Ben chats with Dr. Amy Tanner about assessment and intervention for infants and toddlers who are showing signs of autism, but are too young for a formal autism diagnosis. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Amy Tanner: https://www.dramytanner.com Tanner, A., & Dounavi, K. (2019). Maximizin…
 
Katie Rinald joins Erika Ng to discuss common challenges with toilet training for all sorts of children, regardless of their diagnosis or age. The goal of this episode is to give families hope that even if they have been told their child will never be toilet trained, have been barred from accessing community resources due to not being toilet traine…
 
Dr. Natalie Parks from Behavior Leader stopped by the podcast again for another fun conversation. In her previous appearance, we talked about the importance of providing feedback "the right way." And in this episode, we extend that theme and discuss the work that she and her colleagues have done in helping several fire departments in the St. Louis …
 
This week we welcome professional magician, Cody Clark, to the podcast to talk about how he mystifies and educates audiences with his magic and autism self-advocacy. He combines magic with comedy and storytelling to give a first-person perspective on what living with autism is like. He hosts a show titled “A different way of thinking” and performs …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Matt Brodhead to the podcast to talk with us about the importance of matching patient needs with providers. We will talk about the broadness of ABA yet the specificity of care. Every child with autism is different, and each provider needs to think critically about the care they are providing. Dr. Brodhead is an associate pr…
 
Behavioral fluency is a concept that has appeared with increasing frequency across the behavioral literature. Behavioral fluency is the term used to describe behavior that reach a quantitative frequency range and show behavioral effects such as maintenance, and generalization. Frequency building is a procedure that results in behavioral fluency. Fr…
 
This week we welcome Maren Jacobson and Francisco Chavez to the podcast to celebrate ABS Kids’ 10th Anniversary and talk about where autism care started out, where it is now and what’s next. They have seen it all - They experienced the transition from paper to digital data taking - Insurance reform - and have developed a company culture focused on …
 
Episode 12 explores the parenting styles permissive, uninvolved, authoritarian and authoritative also touching on free range parenting and asking the question, should we ever tell our kids no? What style of parenting do you lean to? Is it all or nothing, or is it simply how to balance different styles within a household. How our kids learn from our…
 
Radwa Eltanab chats with Ben about how she went from a parent seeking services overseas for her autistic child to becoming the first certified behaviour analyst in Egypt. Radwa Eltanab shares the great need for behaviour analytic services in Egypt and the barriers to accessing those services as well as some of the great work she’s done to bring beh…
 
This week we welcome Joel Manwill to the podcast to talk about the 4th of July weekend and the unique sensory experiences that children with autism might face and how to handle them so that the whole family can have a fun weekend. Joel is an occupational therapist based out of Layton Utah. He operates his own home-based occupational therapy practic…
 
The clinical application of ABA teaching techniques has been demonstrated to be useful in teaching functional skills in a variety of settings, but barriers to implementation are many. Fewer funding streams exist to support ABA services to transition-aged students and adults. Intensive 1:1 instruction can be time consuming and may also be unwanted b…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary: Hey cog-com SLP’s, looking for an episode that’s just right? This one’s for you! This week, the talented, outpatient adult SLP and host of the Speech Uncensored podcast - Leigh Ann Porter-joins Kate to talk about modifying CARTs and spot on ARCS in the creation of home programs for patients with mild aphasia. I…
 
This week we welcome Amanda Garrett-Baker to the podcast to talk about what parents need to know about instructional control. Simply put, Instructional control is an ABA term “for how likely your child is to listen to you and follow directions”. If the answer is “not likely” then this podcast episode is for you! Check out Amanda's Instagram & Twitt…
 
Behavior analysis has used within groups design as the means for establishing functional relations and communicating scientific findings in the lab and journals. Another popular method for analyzing behavior is between groups design. The two different approaches are sometimes described as polar opposites yet each can complement one another. The dif…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary: Want to put the fun and functional back into your intervention routine? Then you certainly strolled into the right podcast! In this week’s episode, SLP/BCBA Rose Griffin, shares her bag of tricks for supporting older students through leisure-based intervention activities. Learn how to harness the communication …
 
In this episode, I sit down with Landa Fox, a board-certified behaviour analyst and certified sexual health educator. We have an amazing discussion about a range of topics related to sexuality and sexual health. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Alexia Stack Podcast Interview: https://www.behaviourspeak.…
 
Working with incredible kids on the spectrum can be fun, rewarding, and provide a unique working experience each day. It can also pose challenges, and require creativity in working through complex situations. This week we welcome Megan Marks to the podcast to talk to us about what a career in the ABA field looks like. Megan is a former Registered B…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary: This just in! Students do better when they are engaged and motivated! Okay... maybe that’s not a newsflash for you, but perhaps you haven’t yet thought about the role of engagement and motivation in academics, specifically writing endeavors for students who struggle with language. In this week’s episode, Dr. Ro…
 
In Session 159 of The Behavioral Observations Podcast, Michael Maloney returns to the show. We spend a few minutes catching up since the last time we spoke (see Session 129), but then pivot to his recent collaboration with the Canadian charity organization, the Amorak Society. With help from the Rotary International's literacy initiative, these par…
 
In episode 13 Ben chats with Dr. Alison Cox, BCBA-D, about her research on psychotropic medication including effects on behavioural function, side effects and more! Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Brock University: https://brocku.ca/social-sciences/applied-disability-studies/people-in-the-department/al…
 
This week we welcome Rachel Grondin-Martinez to the podcast to talk about Summer Fun and Creativity in ABA Treatment Delivery. Rachel has been in the field of ABA for the past 7 years and has seen firsthand how powerful summer learning can be for a child on the spectrum. We are thrilled to learn more about how families can get the most out of their…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary You’re an awesome school-based SLP, the resident language expert, the speech closet hostess with the mostest. You’re chugging along, doing your assessment thing, determining eligibility here, pushing into the classroom there, pulling kids out, chattin’ with the teacher- you’ve got this! Then BAM!! This episode c…
 
In this episode I chat with Danielle Watson, a Ph.D. Candidate at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and former co-host of the influential podcast: The Controversial Exchange. We dive into her recent study on safety skills and explore some of the cool things she is working on towards her end goal of being the next Dr. Watson. Continuing …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Debbie Bilder from URADD, The Utah Registry of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, to the podcast to discuss the value of knowing the prevalence rates of autism and how data can benefit the community as a whole! Dr. Bilder’s clinical expertise is in psychiatric assessment and treatment for individuals with severe neurode…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary: How common is it for children to acquire a brain injury and what does that have to do with you as a school-based SLP? Tune in this week to find out as pediatric brain injury specialist and SLP, Jenny Traver, shares her expertise in helping children and families transition back to school after brain injury. This…
 
On this episode, Angela is joined by special guest Jennifer Wilkens, a fellow Board Certified Behavior Analyst, to talk about understanding how habits form, developing healthy habits and creating a framework for them. Angela and Jen will discuss some elements of social/emotional learning, including stress management, goal setting and resilience. Yo…
 
This week we welcome Leticia Moreno and danyelle beal from BABA to the podcast. BABA is hosting its first annual Black Applied Behavior Analyst conference in June. BABA aims to reduce barriers for African American students, professionals, and parents within the ABA community. Download the podcast today to listen to our discussion about the upcoming…
 
Rather than writing up a compelling introduction to this episode, I'm tempted to say, "just listen to the whole thing!" and leave it there. In Session 158, I chat with one of my oldest friends and Auburn classmate (obligatory "War Eagle!"), Dr. Jim Murphy from the University of Memphis, about the impossibly-broad topic of Substance Use Disorders (S…
 
In this episode I’m humbled to chat with one of Ontario’s best known behaviour analysts. Louis Busch talks about the great work he is doing at Toronto’s Centre for Addictions and Mental Health including a discussion of his case study about an individual struggling with severe pica. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop …
 
Erika Ng had a conversation with Michele Shilvock, a Behavior Analyst and local pioneer in multi-disciplinary service delivery. Having been in the field of behavioral health for 22 years, she has a lot of insights to share. Her passion for providing robust services to children and youth is evident in this episode.…
 
In this special episode, we had a parent who joined a practitioner to share their story. Adrianna Horne, a homeschooling parent of a neurodiverse family joined Michael Maloney to talk about remedial reading. Hearing directly from Adrianna as a consumer of behavior analytic services was a powerful conversation and is not an episode to miss!…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary Pssst! SLP! Yep, you over there in the speech closet. Did you know that you are likely the most knowledgeable professional in your school when it comes to language development, assessment, and intervention? Ok, so maybe you already knew that, but do your education colleagues and administrators know? This week’s …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Chanti Waters to the podcast to discuss the characteristics of a quality ABA therapy program and the important role the prescription plays in treatment. We also dive into the role that 'having fun' plays in treatment and how being a total goofball can improve the connection clinicians have with their patients. Chanti is a D…
 
The science of ABA is solidly supported by generations of research, but in recent years the clinical approach has been criticized from within and without. In this panel discussion, the discussants identify behavior analytic concepts that emphasize the importance of compassionate care as we apply our science. From Skinner’s early writings on the use…
 
Dr. Becca Tagg from Del Mar Behavioral Health joins me to discuss the unique approach her agency uses to train early-career BCBAs. This conversation was inspired by the interview I conducted with Dr. Mary Jane Weiss last year, in which we talked about how cool it would be if the field had an ABA equivalent of a medical residency model, so that BCBA…
 
In this inaugural episode of the Behavioral Health Collective Podcast, Erika introduces herself as the host of the show. She is a Behavior Analyst located in British Columbia, Canada. She shares the vision of the podcast which is to share some of the great work happening in the field of Behavior Analysis to improve the lives of children, adolescent…
 
After reading both Reset Your Child's Brain by Victoria L. Dunckley, MD and Glow Kids by Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D. we discuss the impact of screen time on our own children as well as the concept and the practicality of a 3 week "reset" as recommended by Dr. Dunckley. In our discovery, our kids are being stimulated at a rate unlike any other generati…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary Let’s hear a Woot! Woot! (with an emphasis on the OT) for this week’s episode featuring Instagrammers and AAC enthusiasts, Mara Jonet (SLP) and Annabeth Knight (OT) of The Fanny Pack Therapist. This collaborative duo shares their tips and experiences tackling AAC assessment and intervention through the evidence-…
 
This week we welcome Officer Jessica Diaz to the podcast to talk about how parents and law enforcement can work together to provide a safe space for children on the spectrum. Officer Diaz is a member of the Roselle Park Law Enforcement department in New Jersey. Her department is equipping patrol cars with new “Emergency Sensory Tool Kits” and have …
 
In this episode I chat with my longtime colleague, Gabrielle Stigant, about supports for girls and women with autism. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Missions Cognition: https://www.missioncognition.com The University of Kansas Girl’s Night Out: http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/cchd/girls-night-o…
 
Skinner long championed private events and called the ultimate understanding of them the heart of radical behaviorism. Yet private events are not well understood and sometimes viewed as a subject outside the possibility of scientific study. This current presentation shows how private events, also called inner behavior, can be studied and fits withi…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary AAC evaluations got you reaching for the Advil? Breathe, there’s a framework for that! In this week’s episode, learn how to eliminate the guesswork in AAC system decision-making as Kate and Amy tag-team Part 2 of the AAC Evaluation Basics Series. If you are new to AAC evaluations and haven’t listened to Part 1 i…
 
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