Increasing Healthy Financial Behaviors Through ABA #Recorded

$15.00

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

Duration: 56 minutes of CEU instruction – self-paced

1 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs provided upon course completion – full course description below

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Description

**This course will provide the participant with 1 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs**

Personal finance is necessary for life. Fortunately, or unfortunately, it’s here to stay, so we may use the science we know and love to increase our MO for financial literacy. In this CEU, we’ll cover the basics of personal finance – budgeting, saving, debt payoff, and investing – through the lens of Behavior Analysis. Research shows that increasing our financial literacy is directly related to financial behavior change, and who knows more about behavior change than behavior scientists? Dive in with us as we learn how to identify the functions of our unhealthy financial behaviors, choose helpful replacement behaviors, and discover interventions explicitly made to improve our economic health.

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®, RBT, or people familiar with ABA. Anyone with a base knowledge of ABA looking to understand their finances through the lens of behavior analysis.

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

  1. State the advantages of applying the science of applied behavior analysis to their finances.
  2. Identify the functions of their financial behaviors.
  3. Increase their own MO for positively engaging with their finances.