Affiliated chapters of ABAI are local, state/provincial, regional, or national organizations that support the field of behavior analysis in specific geographic locations. Chapters range in size from a handful to hundreds of members. Organizational structures vary from chapter to chapter. ABAI encourages all of its members to become involved with the chapters in their locations. Many chapters hold conferences or regular workshops and provide terrific networks for behavior analysts. For more information about ABAI chapters, including links to chapter websites, click here.
Affiliated Chapters Board
Objective: To strengthen, support, and coordinate ABAI affiliated chapters.
Michael Dorsey, Van Loan School at Endicott College (2019–2022)
Per Holth, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (2017–2020)
Frank Cicero, Seton Hall University (2019–2022)
Monika M. Suchowierska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities (2013–2019)
The ABAI Licensing Committee is a group of senior ABA professionals with significant knowledge, experience, and expertise regarding the development and implementation of procedures regarding public policies related to the licensing of behavior analysts. The members are appointed by the Executive Council of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and serve at its pleasure. Organizationally, the Committee operates as a committee of the ABAI Affiliate Chapters Board.
The Committee provides technical assistance and resources for ABAI affiliate chapters related to licensure of behavior analysts by governmental entities. This assistance includes, but is not limited to, consulting in person or remotely, making presentations at affiliate chapter meetings, providing resources related to effectively promoting and maintaining behavior analyst licensure, and conducting workshops and training activities.
The committee provides technical assistance and resources upon request of the governing body or designated representative of affiliate chapters. The Committee does not provide legal counsel or services.
Click here for an operational overview of the Licensing Committee.
Chair: Michael Dorsey (2017–2022)
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