Data Collection for Behavior Management

Episode 046: Data Collection for Behavior Management

Collecting data around a problematic behavior is one of the key duties of a behavior analyst. Defining the behavior first and being as specific as possible helps everyone stay on the same page. We cover how to make the data collection process easier, including when to focus on frequency or duration and when to use partial interval recording.

Mentorship Meeting Sneak Peek - Replacement Skills and NET

Episode 045: Mentorship Meeting Sneak Peek – Replacement Skills and NET

We’re giving our listeners another sneak peek into what it’s like in our mentorship meetings. We discuss how to use role playing and replacement skills when working on manding. We also talk about balancing discrete environmental teaching with natural environment teaching and when it’s appropriate to use one over the other.

Parent Stressors and Self-Reg with Dr. Laura Cesaroni

Episode 043: Parent Stressors and Self-Reg with Dr. Laura Cesaroni

Dr. Laura Cesaroni is the Clinical Director at FERN in Toronto. She focuses on self-regulation in children, parents, and educators. We can’t always control the stressors that we’re faced with, but we can control how we manage them. Stress greatly affects behaviors, so it’s important to factor them in when coming up with treatment solutions for clients.