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Bay Path Faculty and Alumni to speak at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention

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Since 1974, the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) has been the primary membership organization for those interested in the philosophy, science, application, and teaching of behavior analysis. Several Bay Path faculty and alumni from Graduate ABA Program are presenting will be presenting at their 48th annual convention, happening May 28 - 30, 2022, in Boston, MA:

  • Dr. Laurie Bonavita, Adjunct Faculty, ABA Program. Presenting on: The Application of Supervision Competencies in Sports, Health and Fitness (Sat 5/28/22 at 3 pm)
  • Tanya Lopez, M.S., ABA Graduate of ABA Bay Path and employee at Positive Behavioral Supports. Presenting on: Students' Perspective on Diversity and Culturally Responsive Supervisory Practices and Feedback, invited panelist, Sat, 5/28/22 at 12 pm. 
  • Dr. Melissa Hunsinger Harris, Asst. Director and Assoc. Professor, Bay Path ABA Program. Presenting on: From Conceptualization to Empirical Support: A Training Method for Culturally Sensitive Supervision, 5/29/22 at 5 pm
  • Dr. Gabrielle Morgan, Asst. Professor Bay Path ABA Program. Presenting on: Partnering to Empower Staff in the Trenches: Strategies for Dealing With Trauma Underlying Challenging Behavior (Invited discussant), Sunday 5/29/22 3 pm
  • Dr. Susan Ainsleigh, Program Director, Bay Path ABA Program. Presenting on: Behavior Analysis SIG on Supervision (BASIGS)

The convention will be held May 28 - May 30 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Further information and registration details can be found here.