Parenting with Psychology: ABA Behavior Modification

Personally, I hate the term behavior modification. But it has an important place in ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). Anyone who has worked with, known, or been in contact with a child with an autism spectrum disorder knows behaviors are inevitable. These are highly sensitive, highly rigid individuals, which makes even the slightest deviation tantrum-worthy. The … Continue reading Parenting with Psychology: ABA Behavior Modification

Surviving Toddlerhood, Part 2: What Being a Behavior Interventionist Taught Me

Since graduating college, I have worked off and on as a behavior interventionist for children with autism. I have been trained at 4 different places and use many of the strategies I learned with my own children. Below are some of the ones that have helped me not only in my work, but in keeping … Continue reading Surviving Toddlerhood, Part 2: What Being a Behavior Interventionist Taught Me