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Ep 24: Minute to Movement to Revolution with Shades of ABA

Beautiful Humans: The Social ChangeCast

Science & Medicine

In this eppy, the Beautiful Humans sat down with the hosts of the Shades of ABA podcast. We chatted about building momentum to establish behaviors that lead to long term social change. We detailed how to foster collaboration with marginalized groups as well as how to not perpetuate power imbalances while attempting to “help.” If you “woke up” during this movement, this show is for you! Adrienne Bradley graduated from Central Michigan University, in 2014 with a Bachelors in Exercise Science, and a minor in Psychology. After college she began working within the public school systems, where she found there was a need for services with students who were diagnosed with Autism. This is where her love for Applied Behavior Analysis began. In December 2016, Adrienne began her masters at Wayne State University. She graduated in December 2018 with a masters in Education Psychology, and a concentration in Applied Behavioral Analysis, then became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in August of 2018. She currently is the Clinical Director for Behavior Frontiers, Detroit location. She has experience working with children and adolescents within the home, school, and clinic settings. Adrienne has experience in working with toileting, problem behaviors, socialization, and a variety of other areas with working with children and teens on the spectrum. Adrienne is also currently teaching in the BCaBA program at Wayne State University. Adrienne's focus has been to provide education, experiences, and disseminate ABA to underserved communities and co-hosting a podcast called "Shades of ABA". Tyanna graduated from Oakland University in 2013 with a degree in Psychology. During her undergraduate career she, like many, stumbled across applied behavior analysis (ABA), and fell in love with the impact that was being made with the clients she provided direct therapy to. Working with children was always a passion of hers, regardless of their ability but seeing how the science of ABA opened doors for those many didn’t believe in opened a whole new world for her. In mid-2017, Tyanna graduated from Wayne State University where she obtained her Masters of Education in Educational Psychology while also completing the necessary curriculum to be eligible for BACB certification. In February of 2018, Tyanna became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Over the last 7.5 years of being in the field -Tyanna has had the opportunity to work in the home, school, clinic and many community settings. Tyanna has substantial experience  in providing supervision for those obtaining hours toward certification, parent training and dissemination of ABA. Additionally she is the Vice President of Black Applied Behavior Analysts Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources and support to black individuals in the field. As always, we hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it. Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChange


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