Reprioritizing Your Priorities as a Clinical Leader

For women...women clinical leaders who do too much...who are racing to do the next...who hold up the banner of collaboration not competition but feel race to show up...the women who demonstrate the need to prove their presence in the ever changing populous of ABA and other clinical leaders....I will impart to you the best advise I've ever been given.

When People Sigh…

*MALADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR IS CONTAGIOUS. AMYGDALA CONTROL NEEDED* Have you ever sighed at work?  Have you ever walked into someone's office and sighed? I have experienced both.  When we sigh, it is usually a  sign of being overwhelmed, overcapacity, frustrated, and perhaps annoyed. Two weeks ago, I sat across from a staff person when things were …

Inside – Outside. Managing Your ABA Practice and Staff in an Instagram World

What if, as a boss, your client is your staff member? Then would the concepts of behavior shaping, instructional control, consequence and antecedent interventions, motivating operants apply? If your answer is Yes, keep reading. Managing. Management. These are real words with real meaning that require real time and responsibility. In an age of memes of …