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Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.
 
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.
 
We are Shira and Shayna and we are so excited to bring you our first podcast episode of How to ABA! We are both BCBAs with over twenty years of experience, and as you can imagine, we have created and gathered so many resources in that time. We want to share them with you! That’s why we are here, and that’s why we created this podcast. If you are new to the world of ABA, are looking for new resources, or just looking for a fresh perspective, you’re in the right place!
 
Hi, I'm Jonathan Mueller and I believe that businesses don’t grow, PEOPLE grow. And people, in turn, grow their business. I started this pod to democratize access to the best business advice for owners, aspiring entrepreneurs and leaders in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) field.I have conversations every week with iconic names who provide deep insights about running a successful ABA practice. Only have time to listen to one thing? Check out the “Stop/Start” segment of every episode, in w ...
 
Abandon Ordinary is an honest chat about what’s got to go and how much joy we think we can handle in our pursuit of extraordinary living. It’s a podcast for those who are hiding from themselves while searching for their “best life” simultaneously. Those who are a wee-bit scared of living small and secretly horrified by the thought of getting everything they desire, will feel right at home here. Your host, La Shell Wooten is the “emotional fitness trainer” who brings her quirky, positive pers ...
 
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Cuando pensabas que sabías todo de deporte, quedaste mano a mano, pateaste al bulto y… era por abajo. Fútbol, deportes y alrededores, ahora en formato Podcast. Un episodio a la semana, de la mano de Ezequiel Fernandez Moores, Alejandro Wall y Andrés Burgo. Producción: Mauro Suárez, Santiago Salton Francisco, Rodrigo Calegari.
 
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Inflation surprises and labor market tightening necessitate an appropriate response from the Federal Reserve, says Ellen Zentner — chief U.S. economist for Morgan Stanley — in the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast. With the ABA’s Economic Advisory Committee’s consensus forecast including three quarter-point rate hikes in 2022, the c…
 
Evisort co-founder Jake Sussman says when the company began developing its contract management and analysis platform, its goal was to use artificial intelligence as a last resort. But it soon became clear that AI was the only way to solve the contract challenges that Evisort wanted to help users tackle. Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communi…
 
LIVE from the Inside Track Studio! It’s behavioral cusps! Starring: socially valid behavior targets for change, access to more reinforcement than ever before, and beneficial responding for all. Featuring: butterfly and tree metaphors, descriptions of the Christmas gifts we haven’t wrapped yet, and herbal tea. Now in color! Originally recorded live …
 
Today, we’re going to be talking about ABA principles that we use in our homes. In addition to being professionals, we’re also moms. It’s so interesting how much we can learn from our kids and how they help us to become better BCBAs. Non-contingent reinforcement works really well with kids, letting them know that not everything in the household nee…
 
Putting Good Out Into the ABA Field with Dr. Amanda Kelly Dr. Amanda Kelly radiates positive energy: for our ABA field, for her teams, and for this fun conversation! She's been a powerful advocate for insurance reform, she was the first licensed Behavior Analyst in Hawaii ... and she shares all kinds of wisdom about supervision, learning, self-deve…
 
Most of the spotlights are on the U.S. Supreme Court when it comes to legal cases that impact civil rights. But state supreme courts are the final arbiters of what each state's own constitution dictates. They can have enormous influence on Americans' civil rights and daily lives—and there isn't nearly as much scholarship available on them, particul…
 
ABA SVP Paul Benda provides an update about the current “unprecedented” case loads of COVID-19 in the 38th episode of the weekly ABA Pandemic Update podcast. Benda discusses glimmers of hope from Washington D.C., New York City and the United Kingdom, updates on hospitalizations and severity, timeline for vaccines for 2-to-4 year olds, fourth doses …
 
Kat + Mat are parents to a beautiful boy, Greyson, and they talk about how it is to get the support services needed to get their son diagnosed. Learn about Kat + Mat and how their spark from HS has evolved into this love of support and just doing the little things for each other which prepare them for the big things.…
 
Podcast host Meg Steenburgh welcomes recent grad Shannon Knapp and fellow law students Sarah Roberts and Tiffany Love to get their perspectives on law school, legal practice, and life! They each discuss their unique student and real-world experiences—sharing the paths they’ve chosen to pursue, tips for self-care and motivation, and what has helped …
 
Physical aspects aren’t the only changes in federal litigation, according to two veteran Chicago litigators. They think jurors, particularly those younger than age 40, are much more forgiving when a witness is caught lying, few care whether a party admits to drug use, and many expect significant documentation from law enforcement trying to defend m…
 
Evisort co-founder Jake Sussman says when the company began developing its contract management and analysis platform, its goal was to use artificial intelligence as a last resort. But it soon became clear that AI was the only way to solve the contract challenges that Evisort wanted to help users tackle. Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communi…
 
Middle-market businesses are raring for growth in 2022, and four in 10 expect their credit needs to increase this year, which according to economist Jim Glassman of JPMorgan Chase on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast will lead to a surge in commercial and industrial lending. “These challenges we are all focused on are all sympto…
 
Most of the spotlights are on the U.S. Supreme Court when it comes to legal cases that impact civil rights. But state supreme courts are the final arbiters of what each state's own constitution dictates. They can have enormous influence on Americans' civil rights and daily lives—and there isn't nearly as much scholarship available on them, particul…
 
We’re starting the new year off by being humble and reflective after a tough year. And what better way to do that than welcome Dr. Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi to share her research and work in the areas of cultural humility. We review how competence does not equal humility, the pernicious ways that black women have been barred from leadership, and what…
 
Tamar Finkelstein is an RBT who recently finished school and is working in the field. What brought her to the field was her own diagnosis of autism when she was two. Her mother got her involved in early intervention and because of that, she’s had a life full of opportunities. Getting into ABA was sort of like a “thank you”, as well as the chance to…
 
Na hora de fazer o lançamento da sua música é muito importante planejar as suas ações. Nós sempre indicamos lançar o videoclipe junto com a música para aumentar a sua presença online e as portas de entrada para sua música na hora do lançamento. Dessa forma, o seu videoclipe vai ajudar a você ter mais ouvintes no Streaming (spotify, Apple Music, dee…
 
حبيت اتكلم انا وتامر عن خبر كان يخص يوتيوب YouTube من كام شهر انهم قرروا يخفوا counter ال dislike من فيديوهات اليوتيوب. حبينا نناقش الخبر من منصة the verge واتكلمنا عن رأينا فى الموضوع. have fun....
 
What’s on the community bank roadmap for digital process improvement in 2022? On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Chris Bailey lifts the curtain on his bank’s investments in digital signature management, conversational capabilities and client business optimization. As SVP and CTO at First Bank in Carmi, Illinois, Bailey discus…
 
Successfully Building and Selling a Values-Aligned ABA practice with Ryan Gilliam Ryan Gilliam's a stud: I had a blast chatting about his 8-year journey building a values-aligned ABA practice with his wife, how they separated work from personal, and how he got into the medical & ABA billing and insurance world. Ryan's my colleague at Element RCM, s…
 
Happy New Year! It's got to be better than last year, right? If you listened to our recent bonus episode, you'll have already heard our big news: We're still making podcasts! And we're starting off with some bangers. First, Dr. Cirincione-Ulezi discusses development of cultural humility and barriers to leadership in ABA for black women. Then, for t…
 
ABA SVP Paul Benda provides an update about the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the 37th episode of the weekly ABA Pandemic Update podcast. Benda discusses the incredible increase in cases, severity estimates, how vaccines are holding up and boosters for teenagers. Benda also talks about some bright spots for the immunocompromised, and where we go f…
 
As December comes to a close, we’re spending a lot of time planning for 2022. We’re really excited about some new initiatives, and we wanted to share our plans! Our members have been fabulous, and we are so thankful for each and every one of you. The first thing we’re doing in the new year is a free, three-day ABA virtual event, coming up in Februa…
 
Vamos a dar una pequeña ranteada de lo que fue otro año ca...otico y sobre lo MUY POCO que vimos en cine, tv y demas.. aparte de un anuncio parroquial que podria cambiar la historia de el mundo... ok, eso no, pero chance se la pasan paike, hay invitados y hasta cameos!. De paso hablamos levemente de "Antlers", "The Medium", The Censor" y más. Como …
 
Trilha original pertencente ao vídeo publicado no canal do Festival Capivara de Teatro no YouTube. Vídeo publicado dia 17/09/2021. Sinopse: O palhaço Cobalto realiza seu primeiro documentário sobre a criação do podcast Conversas com Abajur, compartilhando diversos pensamentos sobre sua existência e seu processo criativo que nesse projeto envolve um…
 
Once again, our pal, Matt Cicoria, from the Behavioral Observations podcast joins us to sum up the biggest goings on in the field of behavior analysis throughout the long, dark year that was 2021. And then we decided to ignore all of the prepared topics and just engage in some off-track discussions on what we've been doing to make it to 2022. Think…
 
Podcast host Meg Steenburgh welcomes recent grad Shannon Knapp and fellow law students Sarah Roberts and Tiffany Love to get their perspectives on law school, legal practice, and life! They each discuss their unique student and real-world experiences—sharing the paths they’ve chosen to pursue, tips for self-care and motivation, and what has helped …
 
Physical aspects aren’t the only changes in federal litigation, according to two veteran Chicago litigators. They think jurors, particularly those younger than age 40, are much more forgiving when a witness is caught lying, few care whether a party admits to drug use, and many expect significant documentation from law enforcement trying to defend m…
 
5… 4… 3… 2… 1… The banking industry is in the final New Year’s Eve countdown to the cessation of two U.S. dollar Libor tenors, with the remainder set to cease in 2023. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by ServiceLink — ABA’s Hu Benton provides a status update on the Libor transition and what bankers need to know. …
 
In her debut novel, All Her Little Secrets, attorney Wanda M. Morris has written a legal thriller full of corporate intrigue and small-town secrets. Morris takes readers inside Atlanta boardrooms and back into the past of her heroine, Ellice Littlejohn. What would possess someone to react to the sight of her boss (and longtime married lover) shot t…
 
In her debut novel, All Her Little Secrets, attorney Wanda M. Morris has written a legal thriller full of corporate intrigue and small-town secrets. Morris takes readers inside Atlanta boardrooms and back into the past of her heroine, Ellice Littlejohn. What would possess someone to react to the sight of her boss (and longtime married lover) shot t…
 
While waiting for more marshmallows could correlate to a brighter future, self-control may not be everything it’s cracked up to be. This week we look at research on the subject to find out whether clinicians can effectively teach a delay to gratification and, more importantly, if we should. Plus, a board game review from Rob! This episode is availa…
 
In the latest episode of the ABA Pandemic Update, Paul Benda focuses on the incredible growth of the omicron variant, what it's doing at home and abroad, how vaccines and other treatments such monoclonal antibodies are holding up, when to use a hard-to-get rapid antigen test, the status of vaccines for 2-5-year-olds and considerations for holiday t…
 
Welcome to the last episode of 2021. As we head into the eve of the holiday season, I want you to think about how you’re going to commit yourself to resting over the next several weeks. In this episode, I share why I don’t want you to just rest over the next two weeks, what my intuition is telling me about 2022, why I want you to abandon your ordin…
 
Mike and Dan discussed collaboration with SLP and OT. Now they explore current and prospective efforts with psychiatric care, use of medication from said psychiatric care, as well as future efforts in primary medical care, an 'off-label' use of ABA, per the current treatment model. ABA provision and related data could easily provide a wealth of inf…
 
Neste episódio, a gente conversou sobre o fundo eleitoral de 5,7 bi, o cenário eleitoral com a chapa Lula/ Alckmin e a candidatura do Moro que até agora não decolou. Falamos também sobre o cenário político e fiscal do Brasil e as investigações sobre a arruaça do Trump no Capitólio. Pra descontrair ,muita, muita F1. E o Galo ? O Galo ganhô! Momento …
 
Skepticism is an attitude of science that includes doubt and questioning behavior towards knowledge claims that lack evidence or have questionable facts. Having a skeptical repertoire guards against superstitious beliefs and a faulty understanding of the world. Parents, and even practitioners, are hurt by pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, and oth…
 
With the pandemic and other factors triggering growth in — and new dimensions of — “money mule” scams, how what should bankers watch out for? On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by ServiceLink — two bank fraud and AML professionals share trends they’re seeing, including: Why money mules are increasingly seeking to o…
 
AJ Shankar, the founder and CEO of e-discovery platform Everlaw, likes to say his company’s technology is designed to help clients find needles in a haystack. But he notes that the haystacks that law firms and corporate in-house teams have to confront have grown in size and complexity in recent years. This has prompted cloud-based Everlaw to enhanc…
 
In the latest in our professional collaboration series, we’re joined with Dr. Michael Roberts, occupational therapist extrordinaire, to get to the bottom of the BCBA-OT practitioner divide. We have an illuminating time reviewing where BCBA’s misunderstand OTs, OTs misunderstand BCBAs, and how much common ground both fields actually have. Guess you’…
 
Leanne Page is a BCBA and the founder of Parenting with ABA, an organization that provides parents with ways to utilize ABA in their everyday lives with their children. She started her career in special education and became inspired to pursue ABA after working alongside a behavioral analyst in her classroom. Leanne moved overseas for a while and th…
 
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