Areas of Focus: ACT

Erin started out her career as a special education teacher working in early childhood classrooms utilizing Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior as her primary approach to teaching. Erin received her board certification in behavior analysis in 2010 and has been working in homes and schools ever since.

As a mother of 3, Erin is deeply passionate about fostering strong social and emotional development in youth and has recently focused her attention on contextual behavior science and the vast utility of mindfulness, ACT and RFT within the world of ABA. Erin has been practicing ACT on a personal level for over 6 years (have to live it to give it!) and has trained under Mark Dixon, Tom Szabo, Jonathon Tarbox, Evelyn Gould, Louis Hayes, Stu Libman, Siri Ming, and more. She has experience implementing the AIM curriculum and the DNA-V model, working with the ACT Matrix, and using ACT to enhance caregiver training and treatment fidelity of staff. She presented at ABAI last year on the vast utility of ACT, and is presenting this year on increasing scope of competence in ACT. She also runs multiple cohorts of ACT Peer Groups through Brett DiNovi & Associates, and provides 1:1 coaching and consultation on using ACT in clinical practice.

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