ABACLive Cambridge Center Series Presents Dr. Julia Fiebig: Expanding the Behavior Analyst’s Repertoire: Sustainability and Environmental Justice
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We Are Excited for the September 2022
ABACLive Cambridge Center Series Webinar Presented By:
Dr. Julia H. Fiebig
Friday, September 30, 2022 | Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time
In 2022, the recording of all ABACLive Webinars and Workshops are accessible to those that register for the live event for 2-weeks. Continuing education credit and professional development requirements must be met within that two-week window.
Recording closes 10/14/22 at 11:59 pm eastern (New York) | You must register prior to the LIVE event to have access to the recording. Recording closes 14 days after the LIVE webinar.
From the individual to industry level, every job and work setting provides an opportunity to improve human behavior and interactions to build more sustainable and equitable communities. In this 3-hour event, CCBS Advisor, Dr. Julia H. Fiebig will provide behavior analysts and students of behavior analysis with an overview of critical issues in sustainability and how behavioral science is a important contributor to moving towards more sustainable communities. In addition to providing an overview of the work and the research being done in this area and the opportunities we can create in collaboration with other professionals, Dr. Fiebig will discuss how an understanding of language as it relates to values is critical to building cooperative contexts and communication around issues of sustainability.
Target Audience: The primary audience for this event is behavior analysts and students of behavior analysis or a related field. We welcome anyone interested in this area whether at the start of your journey or already engaged with the topic. Dr. Fiebig will discuss a language-based approach which may be new to those with a background in sustainability and behavior analysis.
After attending this event participants will be able to identify:
1. Low impact and high impact behavior as it relates to sustainability
2. Core issues that are barriers to sustainability
3. Opportunities to collaborate on climate change
4. How speaker listener behavior influences the narrative around the culture of climate change
Julia Fiebig, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is an assistant teaching professor at Ball State University in the applied behavior analysis program. She is from Germany and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. A practicing behavior analyst for over twenty years, she has a range of experience working as a consultant and educator with multi-disciplinary teams in clinical, educational, and other non-profit and private organizations. She has served on task forces for ABAI and ACBS and currently serves on the board of the Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies special interest group and ABAI’s Practice Board. Julia is one of the directors of Luethi-Peterson Camps, a non-profit volunteer organization facilitating international summer camps, to foster good human relations and healthy community by bringing staff and children from various backgrounds together. A primary emphasis of her work is helping leaders and organizations cultivate values-informed, consensus-building, prosocial practices and sustainable systems. She is dedicated to work on issues of environmental justice and contributing to wider application and dissemination of a compassionate behavior science.
Dr. Fiebig will earn royalties for the sale of books she co-authored or authored that may be mentioned during this webinar. Dr. Feibig is volunteering their time to present as part of the Cambridge Center Series and will not receive a speaker fees for presenting this event. 50% of the proceeds from this event are donated to The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
THIS PROGRAM IS APPROVED FOR THE FOLLOWING CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS
- 3 BACB CEUs (Learning): LIVE & RECORDING
- Not eligible for NBCC, APA, AOTA, IACET or ASWB credit hours. You may download a certificate of attendance if your profession is not represented.
- You must attend the entire event to receive credit.
- Must submit all attendance codes and pass the post-test (see Expected Learning Outcomes).
- For ABAC's continuing education approvals statements please view our Continuing Education page.
EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES
After attending this event, attendees will select the correct answer on 80% of the questions within 3 attempts of the post-test that assesses the 4 learning objectives for this 3 hour event.
12:00 pm: Introduction: Welcome, Requirements to earn continuing education, Presenter Bio
12:05 pm: Presentation Begins
1:30 pm: First break
1:40 pm: First Q&A session
1:50 pm: Webinar resumes
2:45 pm: Second Q&A session
3:00 pm: Live Model: Submitting Continuing Education Requirements and Evaluation and Accessing your Certificate (Optional but recommended for those new to ABAC- Can't stay Click on this Link for more on how to earn Continuing Education At ABAC)