Objectives

Users of this course will be able to:

  • Define clinical identity.

  • Understand that they bring themselves into their work/practice.

  • Recognize the interplay between clinical identity and career satisfaction.

  • Assess goodness-of-fit based on clinical identity.

Define Your Clinical Identity at Work

Determine your clinical identity and learn to recognize the interplay between clinical identity and career satisfaction.

In this eye-opening course, Tameika Meadows discusses a topic that is rarely spoken about, yet is so crucial in our work as BCBAs. Understand how doing work that’s a good fit for you can spell the difference between miserable job dissatisfaction and simply loving what you do. Hear practical tools and strategies for identifying that great fit so you can make the most of your work as a BCBA while achieving true job satisfaction.

Instructor

Tameika Meadows

M.Ed/BCBA

Tameika Meadows, M.Ed., Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (#1-12-11485), resides in the Atlanta, Georgia area and has nearly two decades of experience providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment to the Autistic population with a focus on toddlers and school-age children. Ms. Meadows obtained her graduate degree in School Psychology from Georgia Southern University in 2008, and her career passions include Early Intervention, Functional Communication Training, Clinician Support & Mentoring, and Parent Coaching. Ms. Meadows is the creator/author of the blog & resource website: www.ILoveABA.com, which is accessed daily by thousands of people all over the world. Through her website Ms. Meadows provides simple and practical ABA information, strategies, and tips across a variety of topics from teaching communication skills to addressing disruptive behaviors. Ms. Meadows has authored multiple Applied Behavior Analysis books and staff manuals, such as: “101 Ways to do ABA”, an introductory resource guide for parents and therapists; “From A to Z: Teaching Skills to Children with Autism”, a resource guide for educators; “A Manual: Creating an Autism Intervention Program”, a resource guide for ABA practice owners; and “The Practical ABA Practitioner”, an invaluable training resource for ABA clinicians. Ms. Meadows currently practices as a Telehealth Consultant, providing support and training to RBTs, clinicians, organizations, schools, and families, located within Georgia as well as around the world.
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