Fourth Greater Boston Applied Behavior Analysis Conference

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Fourth Greater Boston Applied Behavior Analysis Conference

Fourth GBABA Conference

By Greater Boston Association for Behavior Analysis

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 3 · 5am - 1:30pm PDT



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About this event

The Greater Boston Association for Behavior Analysis is driven by the mission to create a collaborative and supportive network of professionals in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, the individuals they serve, and their families, who live or work in urban settings. This organization is a group of vested individuals collaborating to highlight practical applications of Applied Behavior Analysis, while making relevant ABA research and opportunities for continuing education accessible.

We have introduced a sliding scale ticket system. If you are in a place of privilege, please consider choosing one of the options that will support us in funding speakers for both this year and future events.

This year's conference will be held remotely. We'll be offering 6.5 CEUs for attendees, including 1.0 ethics CEUs and 1.0 supervision CEU.

Schedule of Events

8:00-8:15a Welcome Address (Layne Petrie & Steph Moreau)

8:15-9:15a Quick Wins! Using Behavior Science to Accelerate and Sustain School Improvement (Dr. Paul "Paulie" Gavoni & Anika Costa) - 1.0 Learning

9:`15-10:15a Autism & Depression (Dr. Katie Saint & Carlos Torres) - 1.0 Learning

10:15-10:30a Break

10:30-12:00p Supervision in Public Schools (Dr. Karly Cordova) 1.5 Supervision

12:00-1:00p An Antecedent Intervention to Unethical Behaviors: A Case for Moral Disengagement Theory in ABA (Brian Middleton, M.Ed., IBA, BCBA, LBA, the "Bearded Behaviorist") 1.0 Ethics

1:00-1:15p Break

1:15-2:15p Using ACT with Learners as a Child-Led and Strengths-Based Approach (Meg Solomon, MS Ed, BCBA) 1.0 Learning

2:15-3:15p Culturally Responsive Behavior Management (May Chriseline Beaubrun) 1.0 Learning

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