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CEU Event: Humble Behaviorism

  • 10 Aug 2022
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom
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Humble Behaviorism 
Hosted by the AzABA Ethics Committee

1.5 Ethics CEUs will be available for attendance

Zoom (Login will be emailed prior to the presentation)

Megan Kirby, PhD, BCBA
Shane Spiker, PhD, BCBA
Trina Spencer, PhD, BCBA-D

In this presentation, the Drs. Kirby, Spencer, and Spiker will team up to present key points from their recent paper, Humble Behaviorism Redux (2022). The authors will provide examples of situations in which behaviorists can use the Steps of Cultural Reciprocity to improve their interprofessional practices, in turn improving their quality of care and client outcomes. Attendees will also participate in a small-group breakout session led by one of the presenters for a more intimate conversation and Q & A opportunity.

Learning objectives:

  1. Compare and contrast the concepts of disciplinary centrism and cultural humility.
  2. Explain the difference between scope of practice and scope of competence.
  3. Generate a personal or fictional example of how interprofessional teams, including behavior analysts, can made ethical treatment decisions through the integration of the best available evidence, clinical expertise, and client and family preferences and context.
  4. Describe the behaviors involved in demonstrating one or more steps of cultural reciprocity as it relates to their own practice (i.e., self-reflect, listen, validate, and compromise).

AzABA  Members: Free
Non-Members: $10

*Registration for this event is at capacity. You may register for the waitlist. If a spot opens up, waitlist attendees will be notified in the order they registered in. If you previously registered for this event and are no longer able to attend, please notify AzABA via email

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