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 DEADLINE: May 22, 2022 at 11:59 PM

The 42nd Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis
September 21-23, 2022

in partnership with the
OBM Network Conference
Saturday, September 24, 2022

FABA Invited Speakers OBM Invited Speakers

Keynote Gina Green, PhD, BCBA-D

Elizabeth Fong, PhD, BCBA-D

Corina Jimenez-Gomez, PhD, BCBA-D

David J. Cox, PhD, MSB, BCBA-D

Nicole Gravina, PhD

Kathryn Peterson, PhD, BCBA-D 

Tyra Sellers, JD, PhD, BCBA-D


Judith Komaki, Ph.D.

Maria Malott, Ph.D. 

Ivy Chong, PhD, BCBA-D

Doug Johnson, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Shannon Biagi, M.S., BCBA

Krystyna Riley, M.A.



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 FABA Update Regarding South Florida Moratorium and Upcoming CPT Codes

Let's Celebrate...
Registered Behavior Technicians are now included as “Private Instructional Personnel” allowed to provide Applied Behavior Analysis services for students in Florida’s Public Schools. Thank you to everyone that advocated, spoke, called, emailed and supported the efforts for the past three years. We are grateful to our House and Senate Representatives that unanimously voted in favor this year and our Governor that approved this today! It was truly a statewide effort and an achievement we can all celebrate!  
Let's Keep Working....
FABA continues to also work with AHCA on proposed changes.  Remember, email the Legislative Committee at [email protected]
if you have ANY questions, comments, or concern!

FABA welcomes feedback year round but just after the annual conference, a specific feedback link will be posted below where attendees can offer suggestions, advice, and commentary on the 2022 conference.

In the meantime, please email [email protected] should you need to reach someone!

Please note: We, as an association, support, encourage, and advocate for a diverse, equitable, and transparent environment. We strive to offer an environment where presenters can connect, share important ideas, challenges, and accomplishments relevant to our science and work in Florida. Each year we provide contact information for presenters directly in our program to facilitate communication between attendees and presenters should there be a need for follow-up conversations. FABA encourages anyone who left a presentation feeling encouraged, inspired, or concerned, to consider contacting presenters individually to share direct feedback.