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Practicing Cultural Reciprocity: How Clinicians Can Culturally Enhance Behavior Analytic Services

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Cultural Reciprocity: How Clinicians Can Culturally Enhance Behavior Analytic Services

Number of BACB Learning** CEUs: 1 (Ethics)

Event Fee: $10 for 1 Ethics CEU ($5 without CEU; Coupon code: StudentX)

Instructor: Anna R. Garcia, Ph.D., BCBA (Pronouns: she/her)

Behavior Analytic Content: Assessment, Treatment, Ethics, Professionalism, Culture, Social Validity

Original Recording Date: 8 December 2019

Description: In this presentation, the attendee will learn to provide culturally-enhanced behavior analytic services  Additionally, Dr. Garcia will present various ongoing studies that are attempting to culturally-enhance behavior analytic services, in order to provide exemplars from the literature and experimental research currently ongoing.  

Objectives: 

• Attendees will learn how to provide culturally enhanced services throughout behavior analytic services.   

• Attendees will review current and previous studies examining the role of cultural reciprocity in the provision of behavior analytic services, in homes and clinics, with diverse client populations.     

About the Speaker: Anna R. Garcia, Ph.D., BCBA 

Dr. Anna Garcia is a Researcher at the Rightpath Research & Innovation Center at University of South Florida's Department of Child and Family Studies. She has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2011. Anna earned her master’s and doctorate degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of South Florida. Her research has focused on training parents to implement behavior reduction and acquisition procedures and assessing the influence of cultural characteristics in behavior analytic assessment and treatment. Her research interests are in adapting behavior interventions to the families of diverse background and creating culture competence training for behavior analysts.