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Collaboration With People Who Think Differently

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Collaboration With People Who Think Differently

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Collaboration With People Who Think Differently

Dr. Trina D. Spencer, BCBA-D (Cert#1-01-0669)

Recorded webinar (Asynchronous online)

Original presentation date: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Tickets: $10 for 1 Ethics CE, $1 General Admission

About the Webinar: Communication between people who think differently is a significant challenge. In our society, there are republicans and democrats, scientists and conspiracy theorists, behavior analysts and non-behavior analysts, all of whom can’t seem to communicate productively. The answers will not be found in attempts to change other people’s behavior, but rather in changing your own. The purpose of the ABAI Practice Board Interprofessional Collaboration resource document was to help behavior analysts understand their responsibilities with respect to collaboration and to encourage self-reflection regarding professional behavior analysts’ scope of competence. Ultimately, we cannot work to “change the world” until we have changed ourselves. 

Learning Objectives: Learners will identify four core competencies of interprofessional collaboration. Learners will understand the difference between scope of practice and scope of competence. Learners will examine their own collaboration biases, beliefs, and behaviors.

About the Speaker, Trina D. Spencer, PhD, BCBA-D (She/Her):

Dr. Spencer is a language and literacy researcher and associate professor at University of South Florida. She led the workgroup to develop the ABAI Practice Board resource document on interprofessional collaboration with speech-language pathologists. She is an active member of ASHA and ABAI and works tirelessly to build bridges and mend fences. Vist her website at