Clinical Behavior Analysis and Functional Contextualism in Context
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How do I access my course(s)?
1. Go to the My ENSO portion of the menu, click to log in to your account.
2. Log in to your account using the email address or ID you created when you purchased your course.
3. Logging in will take you to your User Dashboard. You can find all the courses you’ve previously taken, your continuing education (CE) certificates, and other information about your account here. At the bottom of this screen, you can click “My Courses & Certificates” to access your courses and certificates.
4. You’ll see any completed courses you have and can access any past continuing education certificates you have accumulated.
5. You’ll see any courses that are “Active” and yet to be completed. Click on any course title listed under “Active Courses” to start your course.
6. Once you’ve clicked on the course you’d like to start, you should see your course start like this.
7. At the bottom of your course, you’ll see the course modules and can progress through your course.
If you have any other questions, please let us know at email@example.com.
Can I submit an article to Behavior-Behavior?
Behavior-Behavior receives approximately 3,000 users each month. Our audience is composed of BCBAs, third-wave behavior analytic clinicians/psychotherapists, and psychologists.
Our content is made for a specific audience and those who are looking to gain higher level integrative perspectives on therapy, ‘psychopathology’, measurement, and the philosophy of science.
We are unabashedly ‘geeky’, imperfect, and opinionated. We are lovers of good ideas and of creating a better science of behavior change. That said, we are not an academic journal. We publish about articles and research that are of interest but actively blend movie references, quantum physics, and anything else that strikes our fancy. Ala’ Relational Frame Theory, we believe that it is neither necessary or beneficial for science to be exclusively boring. We are also social activists.
If you are interested in expressing your ideas as a guest author or having us translate your ideas, send us your article as a Word file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a few guidelines:
- The topic should relate to the science of behavior change in some way. We are particularly interested in articles that take a functional contextualistic look at ‘psychopathology’, treatment, and the underlying principles and philosophy driving our science.
- You should not be reviewer #2, see academic a-holery for a better definition of this behavior. If you think that another camp knows absolutely nothing about behavior change because they do not share your: academic lineage, certification, degree, or perspective – we aren’t interested. We reinforce integration, exploration, and cross-fertilization of ideas. We do not tolerate academic a-holery, even from those with very big publication records or names.
- We typically don’t publish original data that would be more suited for a peer-reviewed journal.
- Length: Most of our articles/blog posts will be 2-4 pages. If you’d like to publish something longer, contact us to see if there’s a format that might work better (e.g., downloadable white paper, video event).
- You may include a bio and professional headshot, which links to your business, university, social media, email, or similar destination.
For any other questions on this process, please contact us at email@example.com
What kind of Continuing Education units do you offer for your events?
We currently offer continuing education units (CEUs) for:
- Texas Licensed Professional Counselors
- Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) through a partnership with Behavioral Science in the 21st Century.
You can find the types of continuing education units available by selecting the options on a particular event or by clicking on the “CEs for ___” option in the shop relevant to your designation.
Many boards will accept continuing education approved by other designations, check with your relevant licensing or certification board to determine whether you may be able to count our events in this way.
We partner with other organizations to offer our events to new audiences or certifications. If you are interested in such a partnership, contact us.
If your site is for professionals, then why do you have a Provider Directory?
We aren’t Psychology Today. Most people find a lot of bad treatment before they find someone skilled. When people do find the right treatment provider it’s usually through the referral of another professional.
Our directory is meant to help professionals find the right resources for their clients and for themselves (consulting, assessment, supervision, research labs, etc.) across behavioral camps.
Our postings will allow you to sort by insurance provider, area, therapeutic background, or service.
That said, we currently have little way to filter out the riff-raff. We’ll get there.