You say it best, when you say nothing at all 🎶

Take a moment to think about how many ways you communicate “no” without using words. I can do it in at least three ways, just using one hand! It is widely accepted now, far beyond only behavioural analytic circles, that behaviour is a form of communication. Picture a woman sitting alone at a restaurant. She keeps eyeing her watch, she furrows her brow, she might let out a frustrated sigh before she slugs back her second glass of wine, while tapping her feet under the table. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this woman is waiting on her dinner companion and is not too happy about it. Our peers and kids who do not have strong verbal skills, communicate to us just as clearly with the

Disseminating Behaviour Analysis

One of the things I love to do, as a behaviour analyst, is share the science. I love talking about ABA with anyone who wants to hear, and especially love chatting to people who are new to the field, and looking to learn more about it. At the moment, in Australia, behaviour analysis is becoming more known, and understood. We have our very first Australian Board Certified Behaviour Analyst coursework, at Monash University in Melbourne. There has been a huge interest in this course, from ABA therapists, teachers, and other professionals, wanting to learn more, through a formal certification. I had the pleasure of providing some recorded lectures on a few different topics, for the students in th

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