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EPISODE #17: Behavior Analysis with NeurAbilities CEO Kathleen Stengel

Episode Description: In this episode of BHT, Kathleen Stengel, BCBA and CEO of NeurAbilites joins Dr. Graham Taylor in a discussion about the growing field of Behavior Analysis. Together they talk about the importance of observation and how objective measuring can help inform treatment; allowing people to better reach their potential. Kathleen shares her own experience as a BCBA and her work with people with autism.

Listen to more episodes of the Behavioral Health Today podcast: https://www.triadbehavioralhealth.com/behavioral-health-today-podcast

BHT Description: The Behavioral Health Today podcast is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, and bring them a behavioral and mental health perspective.

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