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Amelia Dalphonse

What is driving BCBAs from the field of ABA?

The field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is vital for providing evidence-based interventions to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) play a critical role in overseeing and implementing these interventions. However, recent trends have shown an increasing number of BCBAs leaving the field, raising concerns about the sustainability of …

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How BCBA’s Can Use Ikigai to Find Their True Purpose

Board Certified Behavior Analysts play an important role in helping individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. While their work can be incredibly rewarding, it can also be challenging and emotionally draining. It’s not uncommon for BCBAs to experience burnout or feel unfulfilled in their work. This is where the concept of ikigai can help. …

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How to Use the ACT Matrix to Reach Your Goals: A Comprehensive Guide

The four quadrants of the ACT Matrix represent different aspects of an individual’s life, including their inner experiences, their actions, their environment, and their relationships. By identifying the factors that are influencing their behavior in each quadrant, individuals can gain a better understanding of themselves and their goals.

The Competing Behavior Pathway: The Secret to Choosing Effective Interventions for your BIP

In order to choose the most effective function-based interventions, it’s critical to consider environmental and cultural variables that influence the appropriateness of interventions. Failing to do this results in poor outcomes due to low treatment fidelity. Once these variables are identified, the BCBA can then select appropriate strategies, which may range from environmental modifications to skill-building activities, to be included in a comprehensive intervention plan. The Competing Behavior Pathway is one of. the best tools to help you develop an effective plan.

Behavioral Skills Training (BST): Step-by-Step Guide to Unleashing Full Potential

BST includes 4 basic steps including providing clear instructions, modeling desired behaviors, offering practice opportunities and providing feedback for trainees. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of BST in improving performance across a range of settings and target audiences. From training teachers to implement behavioral momentum, to caregiver implementations of the Premack Principle, BST has shown positive results when used correctly.

Fun and Games: How ABA Empowers Play Skills in 3 Steps

Play skills are important for a variety of reasons.  Children learn best through play because play makes learning fun and teaches problem solving skills.  Play skills expand social interactions and reduce challenging behavior by providing children with alternative enjoyable activities to fill their day.  All play involves exploring, being creative and having fun.  There should be no objective posed from the outside (yeah, I mean you).  It’s a child-driven activity.

Developing Effective Self-Management Skills in ABA Programs: Strategies and Techniques

Cooper et al. (2020) define self-management as “the personal application of behavior-change tactics that results in a desired change in behavior” (p. 683). ABA has been shown to be helpful in teaching learners how to utilize interventions to impact their own behavior. This crucial step enables learners to develop their independence in a range of circumstances. Increasing autonomy can result in stronger self-esteem and a better quality of life overall.

COMING SOON: The BCBA Business Blueprint

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