The 13th Annual British Columbia-Applied Behaviour Analysis Conference

Traditional Papers, Mini-Seminars & Panel Discussions will be available on demand from April 15th-May 15th 2021. Access is included with your registration.


Mini Seminars

Let’s Talk About Sex: Building Capacity Amongst Caregivers and Parents

Presenters:
Rebecca Molly, DSW, M.P.Ed, BCBA – Behaviour Analyst and Sexual Health Educator
Sherry Nassrin, M.Ed, BCBA – Behaviour Analyst and Sexual Health Educator

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A Right to Pleasure: Access to Sex Toys for All

Presenter:
Landa fox, MA, BCBA- Positive Connections, Behaviour Consultant & Certified Sexual Health Educator

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Implementing PFA-SBT in a Public School Setting

Presenters:
Preetinder Narang, M.Ed., BCBA- District Behaviour Analyst, Surrey School District
Ryan Brandlmayr, M.A., BCBA- Intensive Intervention Program, George Greenaway Elementary
Tina Gunn, MEd, BCBA- District Behaviour Analyst, Surrey School District

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Personal Health, Team-Building, and Effective Management During Challenging Time

Presenter:
Michael Conteh, M.ED., BCBA- Autism Coaching and Consulting

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Toilet Training 201: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Presenters:
Pat Mirenda, Ph.D., BCBA-D- University of British Columbia
Katie Rinald, Ph.D. Candidate, BCBA- Arizona State University

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Do This Not This – The Truth about Feedback

Presenters:
Kathryn Theroux, M.S. BCBA, RCC- East Van Behavior Analysis LTD
Leah Mumford, M.Ed., BCBA- Semiahmoo Behavior Analysts Inc

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Traditional Papers

Paired Traditional Papers (1.5 CEUs total)

Increasing Vocalizations & Echoics in Infants At-Risk of ASD

Presenter:
Hayley Neimy, Ph.D., BCBA-D- Endicott College & Shabani Institute

Joint Attention and Social Communication: A Systematic Literature Review

Presenters:
Breanna Anaka, BA- Arizona State University
Edith Ma, BA-Endicott College

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Paired Traditional Papers (1.5 CEUs total)

Teaching Sustained Mask Wearing to Children with ASD

Presenter:
Jennifer L. Cook, M.S., BCBA- University of South Florida

Family Centred Positive Behaviour Support Delivered by Telepractice

Presenters:
Serina Ando, M.A. BCBA – University of British Columbia
Joseph lucyshyn, Ph.D., BCBA-D- The University of British Columbia

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Paired Traditional Papers (1.5 CEUs total)

Happy Hour – Increasing Sibling Social Skills and Sociodramatic Play

Presenters:
Amy Hayashi, BFA, BCaBA- Happy Oak Behavioural Consulting
Elyssa McKee, M.Ed, BCBA – Clinical Director, Happy Oak Behavioural Consulting

Reducing Dangerous Mouthing Behaviors using DRA, FCT, and Overcorrection Strategies

Presenters:
Sarah Tanveer, BA- Happy Oak Behavioural Consulting;
Elyssa McKee, M.Ed, BCBA – Clinical Director, Happy Oak Behavioural Consulting

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Navigating Telehealth Services Through Building Alliances and Compassionate Care

Presenters:
Swanna Tsoi, M.Ed – Hans Creative Company Inc.
Bethany Schilling, M.Ed, BCBA – Hans Creative Company Inc.

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Panel Discussion

ACT for Interns and New BCBAs BC-ABA Student Alliance

Student Panel Discussion: Will be led by the BC-ABA Student Alliance Council members on how Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can aid the academic, supervision, exam completion and new BCBA stages of a career in ABA. The panelists are local BCBAs who have a regular focus on ACT in their supervision and daily practices.

Panelists:
Kathryn Theroux, MSc, BCBA, RCC
Nate Searle, MSc, BCBA
Bobbi Hoadley, MEd, BCBA, RCC

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