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The Behavioral Health Collective podcast is a platform for behavioral health professionals to share their stories of collaboration. Our goal is to foster a community that models collaboration between behavioral health professionals to improve client outcomes that could not otherwise be achieved in silos, while also demonstrating a wide variety of applications of behavioral health sciences.
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District BCBA Tina Gunn and one of the district helping teachers, Julie Grundy have returned with a teacher, Alexis Wone, to chat about their implementation of the PFA and SBT process in a public education setting.Erika Ng
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Can behavior science help solve the problem of compliance with physical therapy recovery programs? In this engaging conversation, behavior analysts Brennan Armshaw and Manish Vaidya join orthopedic surgeon and owner of Comprehensive Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Sacheen Mehta to discuss their collaborative work using the science of behavior to sol…
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Annie McLaughlin, BCBA—and education lawyer, Alexandra Rosenblatt—join Erika to discuss this tricky area in which they specialize and provide some insight on how professionals can help collaborate with school teams and families throughout the IEP process.Erika Ng
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Shalini & Sumanta Das—both BCBA and OT, and Founders/Directors of Symbiosis Pediatric Therapy—join Erika to discuss the multidisciplinary nature of their clinic and plenty of insights for both OTs and behavior analysts who are working together. They also impart some wisdom about collaboration that they have honed over the years.…
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Tina Gunn (M.Ed., BCBA, DATA Team) and Julie Grundy (M.Ed., Teacher, DATA Team) join Erika to discuss working together to support students with complex needs in school settings. They both serve students and school teams in district support roles and have worked together on teams to design and implement the Practical Functional Assessment and Skill …
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Featuring Jandy Flores, a BCBA and Lorena Castillo, pre-K classroom teacher, this conversation talks about getting young kids excited to learn to read. Jandy is known as The Reading Behaviorist and describes her business and charity in this conversation. Jandy and Lorena discuss their professional collaborative relationship and the behavioral-based…
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Erika chats with Georgiy about how he uses behavior analysis to teach his students to invest and understand basic financial concepts. He also shares some insights on being a BCBA with a side hustle and a dose of work-life balance. Funancialism has so much enthusiasm for the work he does and just hearing his passion for it is inspiring!…
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Nick Green chats with Erika about starting up his business, BehaviorFit and how he offers a unique behavior analytic approach to fitness coaching services. Nick shares some insights from his experience building his business and some resources for other solopreneurs or BCBAs aspiring to strike out on their own.…
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This conversation highlights not only the research this team is doing but the collaborative relationship between psychologist Dr. Krista Johnston and BCBA Monica Millar. Whether you’re working across disciplines as a BCBA and a psychologist, or serving clients with IDD, ASD and anxiety, this conversation will be of interest to you!…
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Hilary and Nicole join Erika to share more about their work with families towards healthy sleep. If you or a family member has any challenges with sleep, this is a great conversation with some solid takeaways. Nicole shares their best advice for healthy sleep habits and Hilary shares some wisdom for parents of babies and young children to set them …
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Amelia Bowler joined Erika Ng to discuss highlights from her book and provides personal and professional insights about supporting a child with an ODD diagnosis. Amelia’s compassionate and insightful approach to working with this unique group of children is due to her being a parent of a child with an ODD diagnosis and also an experienced clinician…
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Dr. Katie Saint from Appleton, Wisconsin joins Erika to discuss the intersection of counseling and behavior analysis to serve adolescents, adults and families with her unique lens. If you have an adolescent struggling with behavioral and mental health challenges, listen in as Katie discusses when to see a dually certified professional and the benef…
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Behavior Analyst Alexia Stack joins Erika Ng to discuss what trauma-informed behavior-analytic services can look like. This conversation is great for anyone, even if your child hasn’t experienced trauma. Alexia highlights how behavior analytic services are flexible and individualized, and how behavior analysts collaborate with other professionals.…
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Michael Maloney joined Erika Ng to branch out from reading interventions a little bit and discuss the criticism trap. This is something all families can struggle with. It can become a problem as it breaks down rapport and the relationship between a parent and child. Listen to learn how to identify, fix and avoid the criticism trap.…
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Today, Courtney Bilton joins Erika to discuss the use of values-based parent-coaching. This framework is founded in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She shares how it has shifted her own parenting perspectives as well. Courtney takes a humble approach recognizing that even the most skilled professionals don’t have it all together when it co…
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Michael Maloney joins Erika Ng again to discuss the science of learning by combining evidence-based techniques called Precision Teaching, Behavior Analysis and Direct Instruction. Michael’s current teaching procedures use these three practices which are all based in behavioral science.Erika Ng
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Board Certified Behavior Analyst Caitlin Ball joined Erika Ng to discuss behavior science in everyday life. This episode is a great primer if you're totally new to learning about behavior analysis but also good for anyone who has been following the podcast and wants to know more about the basics of the science.…
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Katie Rinald joins Erika Ng to discuss common challenges with toilet training for all sorts of children, regardless of their diagnosis or age. The goal of this episode is to give families hope that even if they have been told their child will never be toilet trained, have been barred from accessing community resources due to not being toilet traine…
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Erika Ng had a conversation with Michele Shilvock, a Behavior Analyst and local pioneer in multi-disciplinary service delivery. Having been in the field of behavioral health for 22 years, she has a lot of insights to share. Her passion for providing robust services to children and youth is evident in this episode.…
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In this special episode, we had a parent who joined a practitioner to share their story. Adrianna Horne, a homeschooling parent of a neurodiverse family joined Michael Maloney to talk about remedial reading. Hearing directly from Adrianna as a consumer of behavior analytic services was a powerful conversation and is not an episode to miss!…
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Gabrielle Stigant joins Erika Ng to discuss her niche work with neurodivergent females and social skills instruction. She describes some of the differences between males and females who are neurodivergent and how females can be overlooked, but in need of support.Erika Ng
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In this inaugural episode of the Behavioral Health Collective Podcast, Erika introduces herself as the host of the show. She is a behavior analyst located in British Columbia, Canada. Erika shares the vision of the podcast which is to share stories of effective and ethical collaboration between behavioral health professionals to improve client outc…
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