Best Journals for ABA Professionals to Review
May 25, 2021
May 25, 2021
Practitioners in any profession are expected to keep up with the trends, evidence-based practices and empirical evidence in their fields. This is especially true in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA), where the work of our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) affects the everyday lives of the children we serve.
To remain current in our knowledge, our team often refers to journals, research and other literature that guides the practice around behavioral health and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Whether you are a BCBA, RBT Fellow or other student of ABA, below is a list of journals our Hopebridge Heroes find most helpful in their ongoing studies.
Growth is part of our daily life at Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers. From our kiddos to our team members, the learning never ends. This list is just a piece of the resources available to clinicians looking to expand their education around ABA therapy and behavioral health. For more education, check out some of the other podcasts, ABA organizations and conferences our BCBAs have found beneficial to their work and careers. For budding BCBAs, we also offer a quick reference guide for study materials to pass the BACB exam.
Support from our BCBAs and other therapists is a key piece of our program at Hopebridge and it doesn’t end with these lists. From paid, on-the-job training opportunities through our Behavior Analysis Fellowship (BAF) program, to a formal onboarding process for BCBAs, our support and mentorship programs are part of what makes the experience of working at Hopebridge unique. If this sounds like a culture and atmosphere where you want to grow with us, check out the open BCBA positions we have in centers across the country.
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