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Episode 147: The Association for Science in Autism Treatment with Dr. David Celiberti

David Celiberti, Ph.D., BCBA, is the part time Executive Director of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) and Past President of its Board of Directors, a role he served from 2006 to 2012. He is the Co-Editor of ASAT’s newsletter, Science in Autism Treatment. Dr. Celiberti served on a number of advisory boards and special interest groups in the fields of autism, ABA, and early childhood education. He also taught courses related to ABA at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervised individuals pursuing BCBA certifications, and conducted research in the areas of ABA, family intervention, and autism.

Episode 146: Extinction in ABA

Extinction is a buzzword we hear in the world of ABA. But it isn’t something we really do anymore. So, what does it mean and why have our thoughts changed on it?

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Episode 145: Behavior Contracts

Life skills are critical skills that our learners need to become independent. Here, we cover why teaching life skills is important and how we can do it effectively.

Episode 144: Teaching Life Skills

Life skills are critical skills that our learners need to become independent. Here, we cover why teaching life skills is important and how we can do it effectively.

Episode 143: Types of ABA Data Sheets

As ABA practitioners, we use a lot of data sheets. It can be tough to know which ones to use in specific situations. In this episode, we break down different types of ABA data sheets and when to use them. Data is only as helpful as how we use it, so it’s important to choose a data sheet that will make taking data simple for you.

Episode 142: Combining Empowerment and ABA with Iveth Aguilar

Iveth Aguilar is a BCBA and women’s empowerment coach. She combines nervous system regulation and embodiment practices with ABA for a holistic approach to true and sustainable empowerment. Here, Iveth shares how she works with ABA beyond its traditional use and how her approach helps her clients uncover the reasons behind their blocks to success.

Episode 141: IEP Advocacy with Annie McLaughlin

Annie McLaughlin is a BCBA and IEP advocate. Here, Annie shares the specifics of how she helps the families she works with. We also discuss how Annie collaborates with school staff, common challenges BCBAs have in navigating the IEP process, and much more.

Behaview creators Payam and Shadi

Episode 140: Behaview with Payam Moghaddam and Shadi Hortamani

Payam Moghaddam and Shadi Hortamani are the founders of Behaview, a staff training and supervision solution for ABA providers. Here, Payam and Shadi share details about their backgrounds and how they were inspired to create Behaview. We also discuss the challenges of training, who Behaview is best suited for, how to use the platform, and more.