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We have a webinar on Thursday, Ethics in Social Media. This 4-hour training course meets the ethics requirements described by the BACB. We have a few seats remaining so if you need to fulfill your ethics requirement or if you are in need of a few more credit hours before you renew, visit our website to register.social media data

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We are pleased to announce our list of webinars for 2016. While these webinars are designed for continuing education for BCBAs and BCaBAs, we welcome other attendees with the understanding that the purpose of the training is based on advanced behavioral principles.

We will continue to offer our supervision training  a couple of times this year including the required 3- hour training for existing supervisors. And we are thrilled to offer a new training on the ethical issues associated with billing health care insurance for ABA services.

Please visit our website for additional information or to regisABS 2016 Webinarster for courses. If you have questions, please email us at info at applied behavioral strategies dot com.

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New Year ResolutionAs behavior analysts, we are faced with many responsibilities. Before we even think about seeing clients, we must first acknowledge the need to uphold our ethical obligations. We have a number of rules and principles to keep in mind. These include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Core ethical principles for psychologists
  • BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct
  • State Laws
  • Federal Laws

As we embark on the new year, I have a few resolutions for me and my fellow behavior analysts to consider.

  1. I will strive to keep reinforcement a top priority by conducting preference assessments and reinforcer inventories frequently (relates to BACB Guideline 4.05)
  2. I will strive to keep my client’s rights ahead of my own interests and conveniences (relates to BACB Guideline 2.0)
  3. I will strive to engage in professional behaviors at all times so that others view our profession with high regard (relates to BACB Guideline 7.01)
  4. I will strive to remain current in the research related to my area of practice (relates to BACB Guideline 1.03)
  5. I will strive to be the best behavior analyst that I can be (relates to Guideline 1.0)

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