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37 minutes | 2 days ago
Dr. Jonathan Tarbox on ACT & Creating Kindness
In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Tarbox joins Dr. Kelly to discuss Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), as well as how to empirically evaluate kindness when working with clients. Jonathan provides an overview of ACT, offers suggestions for readings, and encourages analysts to get started by trying strategies on themselves. Dr. Tarbox further discusses his interests in evaluating how we can improve the perception of our behavior analytic interventions. Listen to this episode if you want to learn more about ACT, creating kindness, and maintaining a healthy dose of philosophic doubt while doing it all. For other information related to ABA, please check out www.behaviorbabe.com.
36 minutes | 7 days ago
Let’s Get This Party Charted with Amy Evans
In this episode, Amy Evans joins Dr. Kelly to describe and discuss Precision Teaching, Instructional Design and what she means by getting the party charted! Amy fluidly describes the benefits of measuring fluency when teaching and learning new skills. Amy shares her journey as an expert in these areas and outlines what lies ahead for herself and the field! To learn more about PT, SSC, and Amy visit www.octavetraining.com.
26 minutes | 15 days ago
Dr. Megan Miller on Motherhood
In this episode, Dr. Megan Miller talks with Dr. Kelly about managing motherhood while maintaining a career as a successful behavior analyst. Hear from Dr. Miller: her experiences, lessons she has learned along the way, and advice for others out there. To learn more about Dr. Miller and her #dobetter movement, visit https://tinyurl.com/dobettermovement.
39 minutes | 22 days ago
Carter Keegan on Autism and the Animal Kingdom
Carter Keegan returns to discuss updates in his life as an autistic adult. He details his journey, sharing struggles and successes, including his recent college graduation and his long-term relationship with his girlfriend, Tiffany. In this episode, Carter shares his affection for Disney movies and tells how being with “old friends” (even for 45 minutes) can be peaceful and calming. Carter also describes his connection and interest with animals, which started early in his childhood. Carter shares lessons we all can learn from observing and studying animals and the animal kingdom.
48 minutes | a month ago
Clint Evans on The Behavior Chef
In this episode, Clint Evans joins Dr. Kelly to discuss the Behavior Chef. Clint shares how his love for the science and desire to improve his health led to an opportunity, which also allows him to help others. In this episode, Clint and Dr. Kelly discuss how our histories, private thoughts, and existing repertoires influence our behaviors, related to health and nutrition. Listeners have the opportunity to hear Clint delve into the art of cooking, through a behavior analytic lens. To learn more about Clint, his partner Tony Chambers, and their mission, visit www.behaviorchef.com.
32 minutes | a month ago
Dr. Mark Sundberg on Sorting Out the Verbal Operants
In this episode, Dr. Mark Sundberg joins Dr. Kelly to discuss the assessment and treatment of language disorders, the history of verbal behavior, and key components of strong university programs. Dr. Sundberg gives us a basic breakdown of the verbal operants, shares how the VBMAPP originated, and details how the next iteration of the assessment will focus of generative learning. To learn more about Dr. Sundberg visit www.marksundberg.com. To learn more about behavior analysis, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
7 minutes | a month ago
Importance of Advocacy and Dissemination Efforts
Hear Dr. Kelly's thoughts on the importance of being involved in advocacy and the dissemination of behavior analysis. Being involved in the discussions will ensure behavior analysts are defining the practice and not others. Uphold the ethics and rigor of the field and do your part to protect the public, as well as the profession.
33 minutes | a month ago
Kristen and Arin on Being Honest, Humble, Human
In this episode, Kristen Lancaster (she/her) and Arin Donovan (they/them) join Dr. Kelly (she/her) to discuss taking a values-based approach to everything we do. In this episode, Kristen and Arin share their thoughts and experiences with creating connectivity and living their lives with compassion. Both Kristen and Arin encourage listeners to be kind to themselves and to remember we are all human. Please join us for this discussion on being honest, humble, human. For more information related to ABA, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
37 minutes | a month ago
Dr. Natalie Parks on Partnering with Police
In this episode, Dr. Natalie Parks joins Dr. Kelly to discuss her passion for partnering with police. Dr. Parks describes her interest in leadership, diversity and inclusion, and organizational systems and shares the great work she and her colleagues are doing in St. Louis. Collaborating with police officers and departments allows Dr. Parks, as a behavior analyst, a point of entry into the justice system. To learn more about Dr. Parks, visit drnatalieparks.com. To learn more about behavior analysis, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Jennifer O. Price on Special Education Law
In this episode, Attorney Jennifer O. Price speaks with Dr. Kelly on special education law. Jennifer provides recommendations for parents to help them navigate the (often contentious) special education process. She emphasizes the importance of putting conversations in writing, identifying your allies, bringing a friend or advocate to your meetings, and keeping copious records. To learn more about Jennifer visit: www.jenniferoprice.com. To learn more about Behaviorbabe visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
Managing Behavior when Cooped Up with Corona
During this unprecedented time, families are facing some significant challenges. Children are out of school and lives as we know it are drastically different for the foreseeable future. Imagine what this means for families of children with autism. Parents who depend on a village to keep themselves and their families afloat. This short podcast discusses some strategies for families who may be faced with managing severe behavior while cooped up with corona. For more resources, visit www.behaviorbabe.com/cooped-up-w-corona.
30 minutes | 2 months ago
Feda Almaliti on Creating Sub-Specialties in ABA and on the Treatment of Severe Behavior
In this episode, Feda Almaliti joins Dr. Kelly to speak on the need for specialization within the field of behavior analysis. Feda shares from her own experiences as an autism mother, insurance champion, and legislative advocate the need for further developing existing treatment and supports for adolescents and adults with severe challenging behavior.
24 minutes | 2 months ago
Camille Morgan: A Black Woman with a Comma
In this episode, Camille Morgan joins Dr. Kelly to discuss being a black, cisgender, lesbian, behavior analyst. In light of the current unrest in the US and the ongoing conversations on racism, Camille and Dr. Kelly discuss how we can begin to move through what makes us uncomfortable to create a space where we can acknowledge and address racism in ourselves, in our field, and in society. To learn more, visit www.behaviorbabe.com/social-justice.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. Becky Markovits on Making the Most of Online Instruction
In this episode, Dr. Becky Markovits talks with Dr. Kelly about how students can make the most of online instruction. Dr. Markovits identifies some barriers (e.g., decreased contact with professor) and benefits (e.g., flexibility), as well as some suggestions for ways to enhance your overall online learning experience. For more information, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
39 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. Antonio Harrison on Turning On the Lights
In this episode, Dr. Antonio Harrison discusses with Dr. Kelly difficult topics; such as diversity, discrimination, and debating divorce with ones own dream. Dr. Harrison discusses his open letter to behavior analysis, including his ideas on how we can effectively evolve and expand our reach as behavior scientists. To read Dr. Harrison’s “Open Letter to Behavior Analysis” visit www.linkedin.com/pulse/open-letter-behavior-analysis-dr-antonio-harrison-bcba-d/. To learn more about applied behavior analysis, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. E. Scott Geller on Actively Caring
In this episode, Dr. E. Scott Geller discusses with Dr. Kelly what he describes as Actively Caring. Active = behavior; Caring - Humanism. He describes himself as a Behavioral Scientist and encourages others to do the same. Dr. Geller advocates for better marketing and more effective dissemination of behavioral science. He engages listeners with stories of daily, real-life applications from his personal experiences and shares outcomes associated with Actively Caring-based interventions. To learn more about Dr. Geller, please visit www.ac4p.com. To contact him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
25 minutes | 3 months ago
Katy Stallings on OpenABA
In this episode, Katy Stallings joins Dr. Kelly to discuss what OpenABA is and how the software came to be. Katy shares how the need for a customizable, FREE platform, almost overnight (due to COVID19) compelled her to reach out to friends and colleagues in other professions. Together, with feedback from users and input and from dedicated and talented volunteers, the platform continues to grow and evolve, adapting to meet client needs. To learn more about this project, or to volunteer your time, visit www.Openaba.com.
26 minutes | 3 months ago
Autism & the Military: ABA During the Pandemic
Bethany Patterson joins Dr. Kelly for a second episode. In this episode, Bethany and Dr. Kelly discuss the challenges military families and providers are facing during the COVID19 pandemic. Join us as we discuss impacts on types of coverage and the modalities of service delivery deemed acceptable by TRICARE, as well as other impacts the pandemic has had for military families —both providers and recipients of ABA services. For more information, visit www.behaviorbabe.com.
17 minutes | 3 months ago
Behaviorbabe on What Students Should Read
In this episode, Dr. Kelly offers some suggestions for students studying behavior analysis. From the 7 Dimensions (1968, 1987) to The Rights to Effective Behavioral Treatment (1988), Dr. Kelly suggests articles. In addition, Dr. Kelly offers suggestions for quick references (Behavior Speak) and books related to specific concepts (VB Approach, The Behavior Code). Of course, we all need The White Book and access to the writings of BF Skinner. Learn more at www.behaviorbabe.com.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Kristen and Dr. Carla Schmidt on Telehealth & the COVID-19 Crisis
In this episode, two guests, Kristen Koba-Burdt and Dr. Carla Schmidt join Dr. Kelly to share their expertise on telehealth. The episode discusses terminology, regulations, and strategies for successful setup as well as navigating the learning curve when first beginning. In addition, our guests discuss providing telehealth during the current COVID-19 crisis. To learn more visit www.behaviorbabe.com/telehealth
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