Autism Spectrum Disorder Learning Series - Advancing the Practices of Humble Behaviorism and Cultural Humility in Behavior Analysis


 

Autism Spectrum Disorder Learning Series

 

"Advancing the Practices of Humble Behaviorism

and

Cultural Humility in Behavior Analysis"

 

Presented by: Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi, Ed.D., BCBA

 

Date: July 13, 2021

Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Location: ZOOM Webinar

 

ABSTRACT:

Empirically based literature suggests that the practices of humble behaviorism and cultural humility by practitioners in the field of behavior analysis may lead to more positive outcomes for stakeholders. The concept of humble behaviorism has been written about in behavior analytic journals as far back as 1991. In his article, Humble Behaviorism, Neuringer hypothesized if behaviorists were more humble, their effectiveness as scientists would increase (Neuringer, 1991). Additionally, more contemporary work around the conceptual framework of cultural humility, moves beyond the individual accountability addressed with humble behaviorism to address power differentials and institutional accountability, at an organizational level (Fisher-Borne et al, 2015). This continuing education event will serve to deconstruct and explain humble behaviorism and cultural humility, as well as, identify empirically based methods for advancing these practices to promote positive outcomes for stakeholders, in the field of behavior analysis.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Participants will define the terms humble behaviorism and cultural humility.
  1. Participants will describe how describe how the practice of humble behaviorism and cultural humility can lead to positive outcomes for stakeholders in behavior analysis.
  1. Participants will identify three empirically established methods for advancing the practice of humble behaviorism and cultural humility in behavior analysis.

AGENDA:

One hour training. Presentation and Q & A.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:

 

Credit Type

Clock Hours

Continuing Education Information

MI-CEC

1

 The DWC is an approved provider of Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative credits.

MCBAP

1

 The DWC is an approved provider of Michigan Certified Board of Addictions Professionals credits.

CMHP

1

The DWC is an approved provider of Child Mental Health Professional credits.

QMHP

1

The DWC is an approved provider of Qualified Mental Health Professional credits.

QBHP

1

The DWC is an approved provider of Qualified Behavioral Health Professional credits.

QIDP

1

The DWC is an approved provider of Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional credits.

 


Registration is required. Walk-ins WILL NOT be permitted. Register to ensure your attendance.


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If you have individual requirements or need special services to participate in this training, please notify Trent Sanford at  tsanford@dwihn.org. Please make arrangements at least two weeks before the event date.