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Repetitive Behavior: Autism, Stereotypy and Anxiety
Stereotypy, repetitive behavior, and anxiety often pose a difficult puzzle for clinicians, especially with clinical research and evidence-based procedures updating at a rapid pace. In an update to his 2013 CE Course, Stereotypy: There Are No Easy Answers, Dr. Bill Ahearn reviews the significant amount of research for treating repetitive and stereotypic behaviors in a clinical, home, or school setting that has furthered our understanding of how and when to treat repetitive and stereotypic behaviors.
Burnout: Recognition and Prevention
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020 by Abigail Petronelli
The prevalence of burnout varies between work fields. One study found physicians experience burnout at rates of 37.9% and the general population at around 30% (Shanafelt et. al, 2012).
Operant Innovations Monthly 004 | Stereotypy Q&A | Dr. Bill Ahearn
Join Operant Innovations for our Stereotypy Q&A with Dr. Bill Ahearn, Ph.D., BCBA-D
AC4P with Dr. Scott Geller 003 | Stress vs. Distress
Join Dr. Scott Geller as he explains the difference between stress and distress and how you can learn to use stress to your advantage as we continue to learn to ACTIVELY CARE FOR PEOPLE (including ourselves).
Psychopharmacology is Behavioral Pharmacology
Friday, 26 Jul 2019 by Thomas Freeman, M.S., BCBA, LBA-NY, LBA-MA
An Interview With Tom Freeman, Senior VP of ABA Technologies, Inc.
University Series 001 | Eastern Michigan University
Join Operant Innovations as they speak with Eastern Michigan University's Dr. Adam Briggs and Dr. Marilyn Bonem.
University Series 048 | University of Cincinnati Distance Learning
Today we are joined by Dr. James Hawkins and Dr. Neil Deochand from the University of Cincinnati Distance Learning Program. There are a plethora of distance learning programs and it can be very hard to decipher between them, but after speaking with Dr. Hawkins and Dr. Deochand you can hear the passion that they put into their program.
Thought Leaders 004 | Tom Freeman
This month on Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Tom Freeman more about his history and where he sees the field of behavior analysis going.
Language of Emotions
One of the most essential skills children are taught regarding their verbal behavior is communicating their emotions. It may seem that when we first teach an emotion and ways to express it, the client may simply go through the motions. We must take advantage of the contingencies that occur naturally as well as the know-how to create opportunities to teach emotions.
Embracing Vulnerability in Leadership Part II
Thursday, 18 May 2023 by Guest Blogger
Guest blogger: Jennifer Roe
Evolving ABA 003 | “It’s Not Burnout, It’s Trauma” with Dr. Natalie Williams Awodeha
This episode is worth 0.5 BACB Supervision CEs Purchase the CE $10 - Today Dr. Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi speaks with Dr. Natalie Williams Awodeha for this podcast CE Event.
As Useful as a Third Ear
Friday, 4 Sep 2020 by Andy Lattal, PhD
When I was a graduate student in clinical psychology, lo those many years ago, I was assigned
AC4P with Dr. Scott Geller 002 | Empathy
Join Dr. Scott Geller as he talks about empathy and how and why we should be more empathetic to continue to learn to ACTIVELY CARE FOR PEOPLE.
Applying Ethics in Practice
Abstract In the context of every situation we encounter, both in our work as behavior analysts and in our lives in general, we recognize that every ethical scenario is unique with individual circumstances and variables. But while each situation is unique and must be assessed as such, there are