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Hooray to a Successful 33rd Conference!

Thank you for joining NYSABA's 33rd annual conference!

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Key Note Speakers
NYSABA's 33rd Annual Conference 

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Dr. Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi
CEO & Founder at ULEZI, LLC
Dr. Amber Valentino 
Chief Clinical Officer, Trumpet Behavioral Health
Advancing Humble Behaviorism and Cultural Humility 
Last Night at the Lobster: A literary tale demonstrates how supervision reveals the best in us

Invited Speakers 
NYSABA's 33rd Annual Conference 

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Dr. Antonio M. Harrison, BCBA-D
Professor at Pepperdine University / University of West Florida, Fitness Coach, Podcast Host
My Journey: ABA in Health, Sports, & Fitness
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Daniel Fienup
Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, Associate Editor at JABA
Assessing "mastery" during skill acquisition: What does this actually mean? 
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SungWoo Kahng
Chair of Department of Applied Psychology, Director of Academic Programs in Autism and ABA, Associate Professor at Rutgers University.
Why We Need to Place More Emphasis on Research with Adults with ASD 
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Alice Shillingsburg, PhD, BCBA-D
Director, integrated Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (iCASD), Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Putting Social Interaction at the Heart of Autism Interventions 
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Holly Gover
Vanderbilt University Medical Center - TRIAD
Assessment and Treatment of Food Selectivity without Escape Extinction: A Focus on Choice and Safety
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Peter F. Gerhardt, Ed.D.
Executive Director of the EPIC School
Improving Adult Outcomes in Autism by Changing the Behavior of Behavior Analysts 
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