Ep. 28- One Less Lonely Practitioner- Clelia SigaudDec 20, 2021
One Less Lonely Practitioner- Show Notes
Welcome to the first of a new series, One Less Lonely Practitioner. This series came to me as I pondered how alone I felt during my first few months as a BCBA. I had supportive coworkers and boss, but something was missing. I felt that I could not admit the struggles that I was experiencing as a BCBA, for fear that nobody else was experiencing them. For example, my first few months, I never took a lunch, simply hurrying from client to parent meeting to client, never sitting down long enough to catch my breath. I kept quiet, but little did I know my other coworkers were feeling the same stress that I was. This series I hope, will prove to lessen that stigma of suffering alone, and let us build upon each other's wisdom and become better analysts as a result!
To kick off this series, I had the privilege of talking to Dr. Clelia Sigaud. She is a special educator, educator in a verified course sequence, and has extensive experience in severe problem behavior. We chat about her experience in the school system, and as a VCS educator. She also helps run the site, www.learningbehavioranalysis.com. She and her colleague run biweekly task list study groups, which can be found on her Facebook page, Learning Behavior Analysis .com | Facebook
Correction- I referred to Dr. Clelia as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. This is incorrect. My apologies. I hope you enjoyed the episode regardless!
- Matt Harrington
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