Experiences of BCBAs in assessment course

This post contains presentations that describe applications of practical functional assessments and reflections by the BCBAs who conducted the functional assessments. These BCBAs were all doctoral candidates enrolled in a Behavioral Assessment course at Western New England University (WNEU) when they applied these procedures and developed presentations describing their experiences.

  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Charlotte Mann, M.S., BCBA, a Doctoral Fellow at WNEU.
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Jessica Slaton, M.Ed., BCBA, of the Nashoba Learning Group (NLG)
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Kathryn Glodowski, M.S., BCBA, a Doctoral Fellow at WNEU.
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Erin Michaud, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCBA of the New England Center for Children (NECC)
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Mary-Kate Carey, M.S., BCBA of the New England Center for Children (NECC)
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Kara Verseckes, M.S., BCBA of the New England Center for Children (NECC)
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Laura Wilhelm, M.S., BCBA of the New England Center for Children (NECC)
  • Click HERE to learn about the experience of Michael Fantetti, M.S., BCBA, a Doctoral Fellow at WNEU.

3 thoughts on “Experiences of BCBAs in assessment course

  1. Thank you for these posts everyone. I was introduced to this line of research by Lauren Beaulieu a few years ago and have disseminated the readings, interviews, and pushed for an interview based synthesized functional analysis approach within my clinical practice. This is a wonderful website filled with important information, that will aide in the dissemination. I look forward to sharing more experiences and hearing from others.

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    • Hi, Amanda
      This is Nancy Helman from Simmons.Will you be kind enough to share with me more information on your use of synthesized FA approach? I am planning to replicate Hanley’s research: producing meaningful improvements in problem behavior of children with autism via synthesized analyses and treatments ( JABA, 2014)
      Thank you in advance
      Nancy

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