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The Do Better Collective assembles an engaging, diverse roster of professionals in ABA and beyond to create a safe, educational, collaborative online professional development community. Through collective learning, we strive to foster continued growth, curiosity and compassion for those who share the common goal of making life better for others.

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Why join the Collective?

As a member, you will gain access to the most comprehensive career support to help you navigate professional challenges and apply this science-based knowledge to your everyday practice.

ACTIVE HAPPENINGS + REVIEWS

LATEST TRAININGS
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Megan DeLeon (Miller), PhD, BCBA-D, IBA

The Reflective Analyst: Navigating Escape Behaviors with the Trauma-Informed Assent Mastery Kit for Escape Behaviors

3 Ethics and 4 Learning BACB®

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Steve Ward, BCBA and Emily Kearney, BCBA

Calm Counts: Teaching Self-Calming in the Face of Stressors

3 (2 Learning and 1 Ethics) BACB®

Innovative Instructional course
Megan DeLeon (Miller), PhD, BCBA-D

Beyond the Basics: Innovative Instructional Practices for Supportive Learning

2.5 Learning BACB®

UPCOMING EVENTS
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We Can Program For That: A Dive Into Building Instructional Programs That Work

PRESENTER(S): Jen Farris, MA, BCBA, LABA

June 18th, 2024 at 12:00 to 2:00 pm EST

Free Live Zoom Webinar (Purchase for CEUs) – 2 Learning BACB® REGISTER NOW
note: this webinar IS included with membership. 

During this webinar we’ll dive into how to develop programming that works for your learners. We’ll look at the details of how to build effective instruction, how to build an instructional arrangement that will work for your learner and how to accelerate outcomes.

Calm Counts: Teaching Self-Calming in the Face of Stressors

PRESENTER(S): Steve Ward, BCBA and Emily Kearney, BCBA

June 19th, 2024 at 6:30 pm EST

Live Zoom Webinar (recording will be available w/purchase) – 3 CEs – 2 Learning and 1 Ethics BACB® note: this webinar is NOT included with membership.

In this workshop, Steve Ward and Emily Kearney will explain why traditional methods fail
in teaching students to cope with stressors and will provide a detailed description of an
alternative approach that has produced dramatic improvements with hundreds of students: calm counts.

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