Association for Behavior Analysis International

The Association for Behavior Analysis International® (ABAI) is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.


49th Annual Convention; Denver, CO; 2023

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Expo Poster Session #122E
Affiliate Chapters
Saturday, May 27, 2023
8:00 PM–10:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall F
16. Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis
JULIE A. ACKERLUND BRANDT (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology ), Tyler Ré (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Stephen F. Walker (St. Cloud State University ), Stephanie A. Hood (Marquette University ), Adam M. Briggs (Eastern Michigan University), Cory Toegel (Northern Michigan University), Heather Zerger (University of South Florida)
Abstract: The Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) is a regional affiliate of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. MABA is a membership organization devoted to promoting scholarly interchange in behavior analysis through its annual Fall convention. The annual convention also allows for dissemination of the science of behavior analysis to the public and to professional behavior analysts residing in the Midwestern United States.
33. Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Intervention (NDBI) Special Interest Group
SOPHIA R D'AGOSTINO (Utah State University), Elizabeth Anne Horton (Hope College), Ana Duenas Garcia (San Diego State University )
Abstract: The Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Intervention (NDBI) Special Interest Group beings together professionals who have an interest in understanding and advancing the dissemination and implementation of Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions for individuals with autism spectrum and related disorders. The NDBI SIG has 3 primary purposes: 1) Advance the understanding of NDBI among behavior analysts; 2) Disseminate the latest research and practice related to NDBI in the treatment of individuals with autism; and 3) Provide a forum for behavior analysts interested in NDBI to network and collaborate. Membership is free and open to all ABAI members. The NDBI SIG seeks a culturally and linguistically diverse and active membership composed of researchers, clinical professionals, education professionals, students, and caregivers across a variety of related disciplines. We welcome new members who share our interests in disseminating NDBI.

Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan

James Todd (Eastern Michigan University)

The Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan (BAAM) has been organized to support and promote scientific research on the basic principles of behavior and the extension of those principles to create demonstrably effective and humane outcome-based therapies with the primary goal of establishing and enhancing functional independent living skills.BAAM conducts an annual convention supporting all aspects of behavior analysis in Michigan and the surrounding region. BAAM's growing website offers a variety of resources for behavior analysts and all those interested in behavior analysis.

35. Prospective for the Mexican Society for Behavior Analysis
ROSALINDA ARROYO (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
Abstract: The Mexican Society for Behavior Analysis (MSBA) is a non-profit organization established in 1975 whose purposes were a) disseminating behavior analysis among psychologist and other disciplines; b) establishing links with similar associations in Mexico and foreign countries; c) advising institutions and associations regarding behavior analysis issues; d) publishing the Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis; and e) organizing seminars, scientific events, and annual meetings, promoting communication among behavior analysts in Mexico. This poster will summarize some new initiatives in our Society such as the establishment of regionals networks and the creation of its first ever Women’s Special Group in Behavior Analysis (WSGBA), which will work towards the promotion, development and dissemination of the research carried out by Mexican women in behavior analysis as well as to make visible the role and leadership of these women.
36. The Caribbean Association for Behaviour Analysis
Sloane Pharr (The Wellness Centre), Jessica Derrick (The Wellness Centre), Elizabeth Anoush Pal (Cayman ABA), Natasha Luchies (Cayman ABA), GABRIELLE INDAH TORRES (Autism Aid Foundation / Find Your Balance LLC / Capella University ), Meghan Crowley (Tropical Behavioral Services)
Abstract: The Caribbean Association for Behaviour Analysis is a new ABAI Affiliate Chapter dedicated to the dissemination of behavior analysis across the Caribbean. We are focused on disseminating, supporting, advocating, and providing high quality, ethical, effective, humane, and culturally responsive behavior analysis across our region. We want to encourage collaboration amongst professionals in the Caribbean to foster both applied and basic research that can inform practices tailored to our region. We strive to join forces with parents, caregivers, advocacy organizations, and other professionals to advocate for establishing funding sources and regulations in order to enable effective services. We provide continuing education opportunities for those providing services in our region and support the development of training programs to support capacity building across our region. We are committed to continued ongoing assessment of the needs in our region so that we may respond and provide potential solutions as the island in our region develop their behavior analytic service delivery models.
37. Four Corners Association for Behavior Analysis
TRAVIS BLEVINS (Behavior Services of the Rockies), Megan Sullivan Kirby (University of South Florida), Patrick Romani (University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus), Brent Seymour (Southwest Autism Research), Christopher Margaritis (Ascendigo), Zach Maple (Altitude Behavioral Services)
Abstract: The Four Corners Association for Behavior Analysis is an independent, non-profit, professional organization affiliated with the Association for Behavior Analysis International, an organization dedicated to promoting the experimental, theoretical, and applied analyses of behavior. Our members reside, teach, conduct research and practice primarily in the Four Corners region of the United States.
38. Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group
DANIELLE LAFRANCE (SunRise ABA), Andresa De Souza (University of Missouri-St. Louis), Mirela Cengher (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Landon Cowan (Marquette University)
Abstract: The mission of the VB SIG is to disseminate theory, research, and practice to people around the world who are interested in Skinner’s (1957) analysis of verbal behavior and a behavioral approach to language. The VB SIG has a dedicated group of elected council members who carry out the many functions of the VB SIG. VB News is the newsletter published twice annually with featured labs, interviews, and articles by both students and influential researchers. The VB SIG Student Group is a forum for students to discuss verbal behavior and write article summaries for our website and newsletter. Students can apply to two annual research awards: one for a completed research project in verbal behavior, and one for a grant proposal for a study in verbal behavior. These awards are presented at the annual business meeting at ABAI, as is the Jack Michael Award for enduring contributions to the study of verbal behavior. There are many ways to interact with others interested in verbal behavior, such as through our website, our listserve, Facebook, emails, and other outlets. The VB SIG Expo poster is a wonderful way for people to learn about the VB SIG and to get involved.
39. Organizational Behavior Management Network
SHANNON BIAGI (Chief Motivating Officers)
Abstract: Founded in 1982, the Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network exists to develop, enhance, and support the growth and vitality of Organizational Behavior Management through research, education, practice, and collaboration. The OBM Network accomplishes this mission through a bi-annual conference, access to our flagship journal, the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, a newsletter, a membership portal with multiple networking and sharing features, and other special projects.
40. Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis
Raymond C. Pitts (University of North Carolina Wilmington), KATHRYN M. KESTNER (West Virginia University), Tom Cariveau (University of North Carolina Wilmington), Kent D Bodily (The Learning Tree), Karen Anderson (West Virginia University)
Abstract: The Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis (SEABA) is a regional affiliate of the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABAI). Like its parent organization, SEABA seeks to promote scholarly discourse within and about Behavior Analysis. SEABA membership and convention registration are open to anyone with a scholarly interest in Behavior Analysis. Current members include both academic and professional people; psychologists and persons in related disciplines such as education, psychopharmacology, and social work.
42. Japanese Association for Behavior Analysis (Japanese ABA)
KENJI OKUDA (Educational Foundation of Nishi Karuizawa Gakuen), Yumiko Sasada (Academy of Behavioral Coaching)
Abstract: This poster describes the history and current status of the Japanese Association for Behavior Analysis. The Japanese ABA was established in 1983 as the primary membership organization to promote the science of behavior and its application. The membership reached 1083 as of October 2022. The Japanese ABA holds annual convention, publishes the Japanese Journal of Behavior Analysis twice a year and J-ABA Newsletters four times a year, provides a grant for students who attend ABAI/SQAB conventions, supports seminars and workshops on behavior analysis, and more.
43. New York State Association for Behavior Analysis (NYSABA)
VICKI MADAUS KNAPP (Daemen University)
Abstract: As a chapter affiliate of ABAI, NYSABA is dedicated to promoting and protecting the integrity of the science of behavior analysis in New York State. This poster will present details about current activities and future goals of the organization. Emphasis will be on the work of our Public Policy Committee. All are welcome to attend and learn more about ABA in New York.
44. KansABA: Kansas Association for Behavior Analysis
STACHA LESLIE (University of Kansas), Allyson Rene Bell (New Hope Therapy Services), Kelley L. Harrison (The University of Kansas), KY Clifton KANAMAN (University of Kansas), Marren Leon-Barajas (NeuroRestorative), Brittany Mitchelson (Beyond the Individual)
Abstract: KansABA's mission is to (a) advance the science and practice of behavior analysis, as well as its education and training; (b) address issues relevant to the science, practice, education, and training in behavior analysis; (c) maintain disciplinary, professional, and ethical standards in the science, practice, education, and training in behavior analysis; and (d) recruit and enhance interest in behavior analysis throughout the State of Kansas and the Kansas City metropolitan area - Clay, Jackson, and Platte counties. KansABA proudly offers CEU opportunities through an annual conference and quarterly workshops throughout the year! KansABA's members have a range of interests in teaching, research, service, and practice. As such, KansABA encourages the development of Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Currently, KansABA has one SIG titled "Behaviorists for Social Responsibility" (BFSR) whose mission is to promote and advance the application of the science of behavior to address social issues, particularly those with social justice, human rights, and environmental implications. Learn more about KansABA and the BFSR SIG at
45. Association of Behavior Analysis India: A Work In Progress
ARAVIND KANNAN (Association of Behavior Analysis India ), Vinodhini Subramaniam (Association of Behavior Analysis India), Sonam Rameshchadra Kothari (Butterfly Learnings), Tejashree Gambhir (Behavior Momentum India), Smita Awasthi (Behavior Momentum India)
Abstract: Association of Behavior Analysis India is the affiliated chapter of ABA International since 2007. In these 15 years ABA-India has played a pivotal role in its mission towards advocacy, education and awareness of behavior analysis. Workshops, conferences, invited international behavior analysts built awareness amongst families with children with autism as well as pediatricians towards the scientific field of behavior analysis. In 2016 the ABAI delegation visit and its presentation to various Govt agencies helped in the recognition of Behavior science as an allied field. India has seen an explosion of certified behavior analysts in the last decade from two to 80 however in a country with a population of 1.4 billion the demand supply ratio is left wanting. With young certified people ABA India volunteers are working with renewed vigor to meet the current needs of the society. The task ahead is not just to carry the torch forward but to build policy for regulating the profession by behavior analysts themselves.
46. Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis
SARAH M. RICHLING (Auburn University), Mary Katherine Carey (Glenwood, Inc), Jennifer Lynne Bruzek (The University of Alabama in Huntsville)
Abstract: The Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis (ALABA) serves as a scientific and professional reference group that embraces the principles and practices of behavior analysis. ALABA's primary goals are (a) to promote the profession of behavior analysis in the community, (b) to disseminate information responsibly to our communities about best practices in the field of behavior analysis, and (c) to provide high-quality continuing education opportunities to members. Our poster will announce the keynote speakers for our annual convention to be held in Birmingham, AL in October 2022 and will introduce you to our Executive Committee members. Our membership includes behavior analysts, affiliated professionals (e.g., teachers, SLPs), and students from Alabama and neighboring states. We encourage anyone interested in ABA who is living in or moving to Alabama or a surrounding state to visit our poster to learn more about how to become involved.
47. Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Special Interest Group
CATHERINE WILLIAMS (University of North Carolina Wilmington), David J. Cox (RethinkFirst; Endicott College)
Abstract: The mission of the EAHB-SIG is to promote the experimental analysis of behavior with human subjects as a means of addressing important fundamental questions about human problems and human nature. In recent years, the energies of EAHB-SIG members have focused on three continuing projects: (1) The EAHB-SIG Distinguished Contributions Award:This award is designed to recognize substantive and sustained contributions to the EAHB literature. The award is presented at the annual convention; (2) The Student Paper Competition: This competition is designed to promote and recognize scholarly activity in the Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior. Students are encouraged to submit original research that has not been reviewed elsewhere. Participants receive high quality reviews from experts in their respective areas of research; (3) The Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Bulletin: The SIG also maintains an online journal (ISSN 1938-7237) for the publication of empirical articles, technical reports, and other types of articles of interest to researchers engaged in the experimental analysis of human behavior.
48. Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysis (CTABA): The Voice of Applied Behavior Analysis in Connecticut
TRACY EILEEN SINCLAIR (The University of Connecticut), Melissa Hunsinger-Harris (Bay Path University), Elizabeth Closius Smith (CORE ABA, CT ABA), Ashley Creem (Cultivate Behavioral Health and Education)
Abstract: Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysis (CTABA) is the state-level professional organization representing applied behavior analysis in Connecticut. CTABA seeks to promote and advance the science, research, and practice of applied behavior analysis in the state of Connecticut. With over 1000 licensed behavior analysts in the state, CTABA is committed to being the voice of ABA is a variety of settings with various audiences from legislators in the state Capitol to school-based personnel to the general public in community settings. CTABA holds an annual conference drawing preeminent figures in the field of behavior analysis to provide continuing education and professional development to practitioners in Connecticut and greater New England. In 2022, CTABA will host the 18th Annual Conference! CTABA offers both committees and special interest groups focusing on: (a) home services; (b) public schools; (c) diversity, inclusion, and social justice; (d) public policy & legislative outreach; and much more. Come and visit with Board of Director members to discuss disseminating behavior analysis in the state of Connecticut!
49. Clinical SIG
THOMAS J. WALTZ (Eastern Michigan University), Emily Thomas Johnson (Behavior Attention and Developmental Disabilities Consultants, LLC)
Abstract: Clinical Behavior Analysis (CBA) involves the application of behavior analytic principles to the full range of human problems, many of which have traditionally been considered “mental health” issues. Our members practice and do research in a wide range of areas including: anxiety disorders, behavioral gerontology, behavioral health/medicine, behavioral pediatrics, childhood disorders, cognitive rehabilitation, couples therapy, family therapy, depression, forensic psychology (assessment and treatment), habit disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, serious mental illness (e.g., Borderline Personality Disorder, Schizophrenia), substance abuse, trauma, and much more. In general, the range of interests reflects the scope of practice regulated to licensed clinical psychologists and Clinical SIG members can serve as a good resource for behavior analysts interested in such training. Clinical behavior analysts use a functional analytic conceptual framework to identify problematic context-behavior relationships and work with clients to build the skills and supports they need to develop and maintain more effective behavior patterns. The Clinical SIG is dedicated to facilitating collaboration between researchers and clinicians to further the field’s ability to apply our ever-expanding knowledge base to community-based clinical populations and to facilitate the relevance of research to actual clinical practice. This group seeks to promote Clinical Behavior Analysis (CBA) at ABAI and is interested in maintaining the longstanding relationship between basic research and clinical application.
50. Minnesota Northland Association for Applied Behavior Analysis
ANGELICA A. AGUIRRE (Minnesota State University, Mankato), Odessa Luna (St. Cloud State University), Araya Verojporn (Fraser), Zoe Alexandra Cosato (St. Cloud State University)
Abstract: The Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis was founded in 2005 to provide a professional network and resources for behavior analysts in the Northland, be a voice to promote the ethical and effective use of behavior analysis, be a resource for those seeking ABA services in the Northland, organize an annual conference, and provide continuing education for professionals in the Northland.
51. Louisiana Behavior Analysis Association
JANICE L. HUBER (Touchstone ABA - part time)
Abstract: The Louisiana Behavior Analysis Association is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice, and to promote access to responsible behavior analytic services by professionals sufficiently trained in the discipline of behavior analysis and compliance with relevant ethics standards.
52. Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis
CHRISTINE EVANKO (Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis)
Abstract: The mission of the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis is to promote and support the practice, research and dissemination of behavior analysis throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. In order to meet our mission we have set forth the following goals: Goal 1: Improve Viability and Sustainability of the Organization; Goal 2: Provide Quality Service to Our Members; Goal 3: Strengthen the diversity and cultural competence within the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis and the behavior analysis profession across the Commonwealth; Goal 4: Advocate for the Science of Behavior Analysis in the Commonwealth. With this poster, the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis will discuss past and future activities that address its mission and goals.
53. Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TxABA)
RACHEL LEE KRAMER (NEE KOELKER) (TxABA), Jeffrey E. Dillen (Texana Center)
Abstract: The Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TxABA) is an affiliate chapter of ABAI. Founded in 1986 by a small group of behavior analysts, the organization has grown to include over 1,000 members. Membership categories include voting, affiliate, student, and RBT. TxABA is primarily a volunteer organization with 4 part-time staff. The Executive Council is elected by voting members and serves to guide the organization as the Board of Directors. TxABA currently has 9 standing committees, 1 ad hoc committee, and 7 active Special Interest Groups (SIGs). The TxABA Public Policy Group (PPG) is a sister organization that focuses on legislative issues and lobbying. Officers of the TxABA PPG are appointed by TxABA Executive Council. TxABA held its 38th Annual Conference on April 27-30, 2023 in San Antonio, TX. All presentations at our annual conference are invited. We hold an annual student poster competition and offered 7 pre-conference workshops this year. TxABA currently offers members a free webinar series with a minimal fee for non-members.
54. Association for Behavior Analysis - United Arab Emirates (ABA-UAE)
Michelle P. Kelly (Emirates College for Advanced Education (ECAE)), Sharifa Yateem (Sharifa Yateem Consultancy), Nipa Bhuptani (Applied & Behavioral Training Institute, UAE), Linda S Bailey (New England Center for Children - Abu Dhabi), Adel Anes Wahdain (MRC-NECC, ECAE), SARAH C. MEAD JASPERSE (Emirates College for Advanced Education)
Abstract: The Association for Behavior Analysis- United Arab Emirates (ABA-UAE) became an affiliated chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International in 2020. ABA-UAE was created with the mission to disseminate behavior analysis across the seven emirates of the UAE; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah, Ajman and Umm al Quwain. The current poster describes the numerous achievements of ABA-UAE since its creation. These accomplishments include the provision of English and Arabic workshops, guest lectures on the only ABAI Verified Course Sequence in the UAE and the creation of a chapter website. Objectives for the upcoming year are also outlined, which includes work towards national licensure and the creation of a taskforce to translate pivotal behavior analytic literature into Standard Arabic.
55. Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis
DAG STRÖMBERG (Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis; Stockholm University)
Abstract: Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, SWABA, was founded in 1996, and currently has about 220 members in Sweden and approximately 100 virtual members (who support the association, and do not live or work in Sweden). SWABA is an affiliate chapter within ABAI since 2001. Please visit our poster and become a virtual member of SWABA, for free, or renew your membership from last year. As usual, bids are accepted on a unique SWABA T-shirt, the proceeds of which are donated to the SABA unrestricted fund.
56. Arkansas Association for Behavior Analysis
NICOLETTE SAMMARCO CALDWELL (The University of Arkansas), Elizabeth R. Lorah (University of Arkansas), Alison J Karnes (Arkansas Association for Behavior Analysis )
Abstract: The Arkansas Association for Behavior Analysis is dedicated to the advancement of the science and application of behavior analysis. We are committed to promoting research, education, and practice based on the principles of behavior analysis. ArkABA strives to disseminate knowledge from the science of behavior analysis to the public and to professional behavior analysts.
57. Affiliate Chapter: Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis (APABA)
NICOLE ROBINSON (Nova Scotia Health Authority), Michael Palmer (University of New Brunswick)
Abstract: The Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis (APABA) is a Canadian ABAI chapter that was founded in 2014. Our association is comprised of four provinces - New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland/Labrador and spans across 488,000 square kilometres. With over 118 members, our association has grown at a steady rate, bringing together a large geographic region for the shared purpose of disseminating applied behaviour analysis, expanding opportunities for training, and providing access to high quality services. The vision of APABA is to build awareness of the science and applications of applied behaviour analysis and strengthen relationships with the communities we serve throughout the Atlantic region. Our mission is to be a source of leadership and support in the sharing and practice of the science of applied behaviour analysis across the Atlantic provinces, through the provision of professional development, networking, and advocacy. Our main initiatives to achieve goals that align with our strategic direction are to continue to recruit and retain our membership, increase our annual offering of professional development opportunities, and ensure that our committees reflect the ideas and interests of our membership and as a result, our members are actively involved in the association.
58. Colorado Association for Behavior Analysis
KEN WINN (Colorado Association for Behavior Analysis)
Abstract: Colorado Association for Behavior Analysis(COABA) is a nonprofit professional membership association devoted to serving the needs of behavior analysts in the state of Colorado and disseminating information about behavior analysis to the public
59. Association for Behaviour Analysis Australia
ALAYNA T. HABERLIN (Paperbark Solutions)
Abstract: The Association for Behaviour Analyis is over 9 years old and rapidly growing. We are a nationwide association, proud to be an affiliated chapter of ABAI. Each year our association has grown both in membership and community involvement. Our organisation continually develops new methods to disseminate behaviour analysis and lay the groundwork to make more systemic changes within funding agencies. As our community of behaviour analysts increases, we are seeing the demand for high quality behaviour analytic services continue to grow. However, meeting this demand is a challenge so we must continue to increase the number of behaviour analysts and quality training institutions. We are pleased to report that we now have two course sequences within Australian tertiary institutions. We are now up and running with our own self-regulatory body and are proud to report that we have a growing number of certified behaviour analysts in Australia. We are looking forward to the next conference, and hope that this one will be in-person.
120. Puerto Rico Association for Behavior Analysis (PRABA)
YANIZ C. PADILLA DALMAU (Flamboyán Behavioral Services), Ethel I. Rios Arroyo (SER de Puerto Rico), Marta Riviere Vázquez (Arcoiris de Esperanza), Iris Heidsha Pons (Starbright Academy), Laura L. Maldonado Alicea (Spectrum ABA Services PR LLC)
Abstract: The Puerto Rico Association for Behavior Analysis (PRABA) is a professional organization whose mission is to convene behavior analysts and other professionals interested in behavior analysis in Puerto Rico (PR) with the purpose of: 1) disseminating information about behavior analytic research and best practices, 2) cultivate an ever-growing behavior analytic community, 3) increasing access to behavior analytic services, in part by engaging in public policy endeavors and 4) to serve as a scientific and professional reference and networking group for its members. PRABA became an affiliated chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International on July 22, 2022 one day before it held its first conference in San Juan, PR. The funds gained from this hybrid bilingual inaugural conference have supported various initiatives during this year. This poster describes the affiliate chapter’s efforts during its first year, its accomplishments, the challenges the chapter has faced in disseminating ABA in Puerto Rico, and the chapter’s current and future endeavors.
121. Hawai’i Association for Behavior Analysis
Abstract: The Hawai’i Association for Behavior Analysis (HABA) is a professional organization dedicated to the practice, research, and dissemination of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). HABA's mission is to expand behavioral knowledge, advocate for community needs, support service providers and parents, educate community leaders, and promote the advancement of behavior analysis locally. HABA works diligently on legislative and policy issues that impact our community (e.g., autism insurance, behavior analyst licensure, sustainability initiatives) and aims to educate local policymakers about our science. HABA offers several in person and online workshops for educators, parents, students, and practitioners. HABA hosts an annual convention located on ‘Oahu each Fall.
122. District of Columbia Association for Behavior Analysis
GABRIELLE INDAH TORRES (Autism Aid Foundation / Find Your Balance LLC / Capella University )
Abstract: District of Columbia Association of Behavior Analysis (DCABA) is a non-profit organization and official chapter of ABAI and APBA, with the mission to promote the professional practice, ethics, research, and dissemination of behavior analysis for those living and working in the Washington Metropolitan area and Washington DC (DMV), and to provide our members with support and continuing education opportunities within the field of behavior analysis. DCABA commits to promoting diversity and inclusiveness in our organization and within the field of behavior analysis.



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