Freshly Baked Bundle: July 2024

$35.00

The bundle provides the participant with access to all 3 courses in the Freshly Baked Bundle: July 2024. NOTE: Read below for individual course descriptions. Courses may be taken in any order.

*Course 1: Sync & Succeed: Behavioral Strategies for the Professional Woman’s Cycle Course #recorded (1 General CEU|~57min) | *Course 2: Investing 101: Using the Science of ABA to Learn How to Invest #recorded (1 General CEU|~52 min) | *Course 3: School-Based FBAs, FAs, and Data Collection: All the things I’ve screwed up #recorded (1 General CEU|~63 min)

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**BUNDLE AND SAVE OPTION ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH MONTH OF July 2024!**

Recorded: Freshly Baked Bundle: July 2024. A LIMITED TIME bundle that includes access to 3 courses listed below for a total of 3 General Learning Type CE Credits (courses may be taken in any order).

*Course 1: Sync & Succeed: Behavioral Strategies for the Professional Woman’s Cycle Course #recorded (1 General CEU|~57min) | *Course 2: Investing 101: Using the Science of ABA to Learn How to Invest #recorded (1 General CEU|~52 min) | *Course 3: School-Based FBAs, FAs, and Data Collection: All the things I’ve screwed up #recorded (1 General CEU|~63 min)

Course 1: Sync & Succeed: Behavioral Strategies for the Professional Woman’s Cycle Course #recorded (1 General CEU|~57min)

Instructor:  Daniela Galvez Moreno, M.S., BCBA

Description: Sync & Succeed: Behavioral Strategies for the Professional Woman’s Cycle” offers an innovative exploration of aligning behavioral strategies with the menstrual cycle to optimize personal and professional well-being. This course introduces cycle syncing to harmonize lifestyle choices—diet, exercise, and social activities—with the various phases of the menstrual cycle. The CEU is designed to provide insights into the biological and behavioral aspects of cycle syncing, highlighting its significance within behavior analysis. Participants will learn about the menstrual cycle’s phases, their impact on behavior, mood, and productivity, and how to apply behavior analytic principles to enhance well-being through tailored environmental adjustments and interventions. Practical strategies for effective cycle syncing, including antecedent interventions and modifications based on physiological cycles, are discussed to facilitate a proactive approach to managing energy levels, mood swings, and productivity. This course aims to empower women to work with their body’s natural rhythms, fostering improved health, mood, and overall quality of life.

About the Instructor: Daniela Galvez Moreno (Dani) is a dedicated and passionate Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a deep-rooted commitment to enhancing the lives of others through the principles of behavior analysis. Born and raised in Bogota, Colombia, Dani’s journey in psychology and behavior analysis began at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Communication. Her academic excellence continued at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, where she earned her Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis. Dani’s professional journey is marked by a series of progressive roles that showcase her expertise and dedication to the field. Starting as a Behavior Technician and evolving into a BCBA, Dani has worked across various settings, including hospitals, clinics, homes, and schools. Her work has not only focused on designing effective behavior intervention plans and training registered behavior technicians but also on collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure the comprehensive care and development of her clients. In 2023, Dani co-founded Brawn and Bloom, where she currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer. At Brawn and Bloom, she leverages her expertise to create engaging and educational content for professional women, focusing on self-care, personal development, and the challenges of work-life balance from a behavior-analytic perspective. Dani’s passion extends beyond her professional life. She is an avid traveler who recently spent four months traveling solo to discover herself, exploring new cultures and experiences along the way. In addition to her love for adventure, Dani enjoys practicing hot yoga and spending quality time with friends and family. As a visionary in the field of behavior analysis, Dani is committed to fostering personal growth and helping others find joy and balance in their lives. Her work with Brawn and Bloom reflects her dedication to creating products that empower individuals to thrive in both their personal and professional lives.

Target Audience: This CEU is designed to benefit professional women who are interested in applying the principles of behavior analysis to understand better and manage the effects of their menstrual cycle on their behavior, mood, productivity, and overall well-being. It specifically targets those open to integrating holistic approaches with behavioral strategies to enhance personal and professional functioning in tune with their biological rhythms.

Learning Objectives: As a result of this course, participants will be able to …

  • Define cycle syncing and explore its importance within behavior analysis, including the hormonal changes and typical behaviors observed in each phase of the menstrual cycle.
  • Cover the application of behavior analytic principles, such as antecedent interventions, to enhance personal and professional well-being through the alignment of lifestyle choices with the menstrual cycle.
  • Provide behavioral strategies to synchronize daily routines and interventions with the menstrual cycle phases, incorporating practical tools for tracking and making informed decisions based on this data.

Course 2: Investing 101: Using the Science of ABA to Learn How to Invest #recorded (1 General CEU|~52 min)

Instructor: Heather Mroczenski, M.S., BCBA, LBA

Description: Investing is something that, from the start of time, has been predominantly male. Research shows that 1 in 10 women understand investing, which likely means only 1 in 10 women invests. The problem with this statistic is that investing is crucial to financial success. Money kept in a savings account alone will lose value every. single. year. ABA is a female-dominated field, with 87% of RBTs, BCBAs, and BCaBAs being female, and a helping profession at that, meaning we’re probably not making mid-six figure incomes. So how do we make the most of what we’ve got? That’s right – investing! This course will show the data on what investing can lead to, provide step-by-step instructions on how to get started, and demonstrate how to use the science of ABA to make the magic happen.

About the Instructor: Heather Mroczenski is a BCBA® and Certified Financial Coach whose mission is to disseminate ABA through her work in personal finance. Heather has spoken about personal finance and ABA at several conferences, both in the field and otherwise, and is a mentor for a local nonprofit whose goal it is to empower those who are low-income financially. She has also published a book called “ABCs of Money” to introduce people to the basics of managing their finances. You can find her on Instagram at @financialbehaviorcoaching or online at www.financialbehaviorcoaching.org.

Target Audience: BCBA®, BCaBA, RBT, or people familiar with ABA. Any beginner in investing who wants to learn how to apply their knowledge of ABA to learn how to invest.

Learning Objectives: As a result of this course participants will be able to …

  • Understand how motivating operations affect investor behavior.
  • Utilize behavior momentum to initiate investing.
  • Grasp the relationship between compound interest and delayed reinforcement.
  • Set measurable investing goals to enhance the likelihood of success.

Course 3: School-Based FBAs, FAs, and Data Collection: All the things I’ve screwed up #recorded (1 General CEU|~63 min)

Instructor: Megan Pennington, M.A., BCBA

Description: Providing for schools can be tricky. Teachers and school administrators need results, and they need them yesterday. But also, it’s possible you’re not going to get any meaningful data. Here’s how to conduct an effective and time-efficient FBA with robust baseline data for those replacement behaviors. Additionally, we’ll discuss a data collection system that teachers in busy classrooms can (and will!) use.

About the Instructor: Megan Pennington is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst employed by her local school system. She currently provides service to the county’s preschools. Previously, she provided services to K-12 special education classrooms. Before becoming a BCBA, she taught in a high school autism room, worked in several capacities in Title 19 waiver, and worked at Marshall University’s Autism Training Center, providing home-based PBIS.

Target Audience: Behavior Analysts working in schools, preschools, or HeadStart Programs

Learning Objectives: As a result of this course participants will be able to …

  • Explain why anecdotal recording during the beginning phase of observational assessments makes your job harder.
  • Compare and contrast three types of functional analyses: standard FA, PFA, and trigger analyses.
  • Identify the challenges of teacher-collected data and list possible strategies/systems.
  • Discuss how using the PTR data collection system created by Dunlap, Wilson, Strain & Lee boasts more social validity over other methods.
  • Identify ways to modify the likert scale to increase the validity of the data o Pronounce Likert the right way. Or don’t. I wouldn’t blame you.