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Welcome to "A Bird's Eye View," a podcast hosted by Raven Health's very own Tim Crilly, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Join Tim as he shares his unique perspective on the world of applied behavior analysis and its impact on the lives of those it serves.
Through insightful conversations with fellow BCBAs and other experts in the field, Tim delves into topics such as the latest research, best practices, and the challenges and rewards of working with clients across the spectrum. Tim also shares personal stories and experiences from his own practice, providing listeners with a glimpse into the day-to-day life of a BCBA.
Whether you're a seasoned BCBA or just starting out in the field, "A Bird's Eye View" offers valuable insights and practical advice that you can apply to your own practice. With a focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology, Tim and his guests explore the latest tools and techniques that can help you deliver the best possible outcomes for your clients.
So, join us for "A Bird's Eye View" and discover how applied behavior analysis is making a difference in the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Subscribe now to never miss an episode!

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Welcome to "A Bird's Eye View," a podcast hosted by Raven Health's very own Tim Crilly, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Join Tim as he shares his unique perspective on the world of applied behavior analysis and its impact on the lives of those it serves.
Through insightful conversations with fellow BCBAs and other experts in the field, Tim delves into topics such as the latest research, best practices, and the challenges and rewards of working with clients across the spectrum. Tim also shares personal stories and experiences from his own practice, providing listeners with a glimpse into the day-to-day life of a BCBA.
Whether you're a seasoned BCBA or just starting out in the field, "A Bird's Eye View" offers valuable insights and practical advice that you can apply to your own practice. With a focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology, Tim and his guests explore the latest tools and techniques that can help you deliver the best possible outcomes for your clients.
So, join us for "A Bird's Eye View" and discover how applied behavior analysis is making a difference in the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Subscribe now to never miss an episode!

    The Journey Within: Exploring the Evolution of ABA with Gina Green

    The Journey Within: Exploring the Evolution of ABA with Gina Green

    In this episode we are joined by long-time behavior analyst and former CEO of APBA, Dr. Gina Green. Tune in today to learn more about her incredible career and where she sees our field going!
    Dr. Gina Green received a PhD in Psychology (Analysis of Behavior) from Utah State University in 1986 following undergraduate and master's degree studies at Michigan State University. She has been a faculty member in Behavior Analysis and Therapy at Southern Illinois University; Director of Research at the New England Center for Children in Southborough, Massachusetts; Associate Scientist at the E.K. Shriver Center for Mental Retardation in Waltham, Massachusetts; Research Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School; a Lecturer in Public Health and Special Education at San Diego State University; a consultant in private practice; and Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts.
    She has authored numerous publications on the treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities and brain injuries as well as the experimental analysis of behavior. Dr. Green co-edited the books Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism and Making a Difference: Behavioral Intervention for Autism and is a co-author of Strategies and Tactics of Behavioral Research and Practice (4"' ed). with James M. Johnston and Henry S. Pennypacker. She serves or has served on the editorial boards of several professional journals in developmental disabilities and behavior analysis and the advisory boards of several autism programs and organizations as well as the B.F. Skinner Foundation. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral, former president of the Association for Behavior Analysis and the California Association for Behavior Analysis, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, a founding Director of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Council for Scientific Medicine and Mental Health, and the Association for Behavior Analysis.

    • 40 min
    Beyond the Label: A Candid Conversation with Devin Morrissey

    Beyond the Label: A Candid Conversation with Devin Morrissey

    In this episode, Tim sits down with Devin Morrissey to discuss his journey with autism. From his diagnosis at age three to his launch into stardom, devin shares personal details about his life, career, and the challenges faced as an adult with autism.

    • 39 min
    ABA Reflections with Behavior Health Pioneer, Kelly Bermingham

    ABA Reflections with Behavior Health Pioneer, Kelly Bermingham

    In this episode, we take a look back at the progress made in the ABA world and discuss some of the hurdles that remain in the industry with veteran Kelly Birmingham. With over two decades of experience in the ABA industry, Kelly shares her insights and perspectives on the trials and tribulations that come with being a BCBA. Specifically, we discuss the ABA world, its objectives, and the accomplishments it is striving to achieve.

    • 38 min
    Hitting Home with Bregman Cares

    Hitting Home with Bregman Cares

    In this episode of A Bird's Eye View, we sit down with Summer Gainey, President of Bregman Cares, and Alex Bregman, Astros Allstar 3rd Basemen, as they chat about Bregman Cares and discuss their mission of supporting children with special needs. Tim Crilly, BCBA and fellow Raven Health employee, dives deep into how Raven is revolutionizing the Behavioral Health space with their innovative approach to therapy.
    Listen to A Bird's Eye View and subscribe to stay up to date on all things Raven Health.

    • 20 min
    A Bird's Eye View

    A Bird's Eye View

    Welcome to "A Bird's Eye View," a podcast hosted by Raven Health's very own Tim Crilly, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Join Tim as he shares his unique perspective on the world of applied behavior analysis and its impact on the lives of those it serves.
    Through insightful conversations with fellow BCBAs and other experts in the field, Tim delves into topics such as the latest research, best practices, and the challenges and rewards of working with clients across the spectrum. Tim also shares personal stories and experiences from his own practice, providing listeners with a glimpse into the day-to-day life of a BCBA.
    Whether you're a seasoned BCBA or just starting out in the field, "A Bird's Eye View" offers valuable insights and practical advice that you can apply to your own practice. With a focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology, Tim and his guests explore the latest tools and techniques that can help you deliver the best possible outcomes for your clients.
    So, join us for "A Bird's Eye View" and discover how applied behavior analysis is making a difference in the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Subscribe now to never miss an episode!

    • 1 min

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Tim Crilly is a stud among studs: so well connected in our ABA field … he’s an insightful, welcoming and charming interviewer … and he keeps me listening to the end. He also loves scotch eggs, like me. Listen to this podcast!

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