What You’ll Learn In This Webinar
ABA’s commitment to research-based interventions, high-quality implementation of services, transparency, individualization, and accountability are foundational to our practice. At the heart of our work with clients and families is collaboration, choice, acceptance, self-advocacy, and compassion. Recognizing these values gives us much to be proud of and can also serve as a reminder that we are works in progress, as we actively embody these values to the fullest extent in our practice. In this webinar, we will showcase several aspects of our work that embraces the humanity and heart of ABA.
About the Speakers
Dr. Bridget Taylor
Executive Director @ Alpine Learning Group
Dr. Bridget A. Taylor is co-founder and CEO of Alpine Learning Group and is Senior Clinical Advisor for Rethink. Dr. Taylor has specialized in the education of children with Autism for over 30 years. She holds a Doctor of Psychology from Rutgers University and received her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from Columbia University. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and a Licensed Psychologist. She is past president of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and past Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. She currently serves on several editorial boards and the Autism Advisory Group for the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Active in the Autism research community, Dr. Taylor has published numerous peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters, on innovative practices to improve the lives of individuals with autism. Dr. Taylor was recently recognized by the Association for Applied Behavior Analysis International for her outstanding contributions and was given ABAI’s Fellow designation.
Dr. David Celiberti
Executive Director @ Association for Science in Autism Treatment
Dr. David Celiberti is the Executive Director of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment and the Past-President of its Board of Directors, a role he served from 2006 and 2012. He is the Co-Editor of ASAT’s online publication, Science in Autism Treatment. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rutgers University in 1993 and his board certification in behavior analysis in 2000. Dr. Celiberti has served on a number of advisory boards and special interest groups in the field of autism, applied behavior analysis, and early childhood education. He works in private practice and provides consultation to public and private schools and agencies in underserved areas and minority communities. He has authored several articles in professional journals and presents frequently at regional, national, and international conferences. In prior positions, Dr. Celiberti taught courses related to applied behavior analysis (ABA) at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervised individuals pursuing BCBA certifications, and conducted research in the areas of ABA, family intervention, and autism.