Connecting the autism community, one podcast at a time.
With more than 100 episodes, our podcast offers a friendly, informative conversation with inspiring individuals, experts, and authors in the autism community. Listen as experts share their latest research or give advice on raising kids or living on the spectrum and working in the ABA field. Find our podcast here or on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Blog Talk Podcasts—essentially, wherever you listen to podcasts.
In this episode we talk with Dr. Barry Prizant who has over 50 years of experience as a researcher and consultant for individuals with autism and their families about the SCERTS model, his theatre project, and his book Uniquely Human.
In this episode we talk with researchers at Western Michigan University, Rebecca Eldridge & Stephanie Peterson, about their research on Functional Analysis and Self Determination.
In this episode we talk with professor of psychology and psychiatry and director of the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University, Simon Baron-Cohen, about his book Pattern Seekers: How Autism Drives Human Invention.
In this episode we talk with the Director of Ethics at the BACB, Dr. Tyra Sellers, and Licensed Psychologist, Linda LeBlanc about their book about supervision and why it’s important in the services we provide our clients and why it’s important in ABA.
In this episode we talk with the Clinical Psychologist and Author, Dr. Albert Knapp about the importance of using accessible language when educating parents & caregivers about the science of behavior analysis.
In this episode we talk with Adrienne Bradley, President of BABA about how race impacts the ABA Community and what her organization is doing to fulfill their mission to promote, educate, empower, and disseminate ABA within the black community.
In this episode we talk with Dr. Debra Berry Malmberg, a licensed psychologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Associate Professor at CSUN about what it takes to become a Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
In this episode we talk with Dave Bisbee, Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with nearly thirty years of experience in the energy industry working with commercial, residential, and public-sector customers about their research into Circadian Lighting.
In this episode we talk with author and distinguished University Professor of Psychology at the USF St. Petersburg, V. Mark Durand about their research into Optimistic Parenting.
In this episode we talk with the Cofounder and CEO of Alpine Learning Group, Dr. Bridget A. Taylor about her research in compassionate care, active listening and the role it plays in supporting our families and ourselves.
In this episode we talk with behavior analyst and autism treatment advocate Behaviorbabe (Dr. Amanda Kelly) about her career and her advocacy to increase access to autism services in Hawaii.
In this episode we talk to autism advocate and author Ido Kedar about his life and latest book, In Two Worlds.
Katherine Johnson, BCBA is back to share how you can implement a token system in your home.
In this episode we talk to Evelia Ilarraz, a bilingual and bicultural Licensed Clinical Social Worker about addressing your own mental health.
In this episode we talk to researchers, Matthew O’Brien, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Dr. Kelly Schieltz to take a longer view at the utilization, benefits, and applications of Telehealth.
In this episode we talk with Tina Patterson, BCBA – The Clinician with a Mission and take a closer look at what your child’s individualized program could look like.
Laura Charin, M.Ed, BCBA joins us to discuss overcoming challenges and having success using teleABA(Telehealth).
Katherine Johnson, BCBA joins us again to discuss managing your child’s stress & anxiety during COVID-19.
In this episode we talk to researchers, Jonathan Tarbox, PhD, BCBA-D & Dr. RuthAnne Rehfeldt about their latest book, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Training, Observational Training, and more.
Katherine Johnson, BCBA joins us again to discuss incidental teaching in the daily routines of families with autism and other disabilities.
Katherine Johnson, BCBA joins us to discuss managing your child’s screen time for families with autism and other disabilities during the challenges that were created by COVID-19.
Katherine Johnson, BCBA joins us to discuss helpful tips and resources for families with autism and other disabilities during the challenges that were created by COVID-19.
In this episode we talk to researchers, Susan White & Carla Mazefksy about their latest book and some of the projects they are currently working at their respective universities.
Geraldine Dawson is the William Cleland Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University, where she also is Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology & Neuroscience.
Molly Ola Pinney is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Autism Project, a nonprofit organization that increases the capacity of local individuals working with children with autism worldwide.
We are proud to welcome Dr. Hanna Rue to AllAutismTalk for a monthly, in-depth conversation about the latest research and treatment options for individuals on the autism spectrum.