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Dr. Megan Miller is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst based in Florida. She is the founder of the Do Better Movement, a professional development initiative for behavior analysts aimed at creating humane, culturally-informed, and compassionate interventions. Megan also co-wrote the book The Seven Steps to Earning Instructional Control with Robert Schramm, which was published in 2014.
In today’s conversation, we discuss how Megan became involved in the field, what she’s learned from working internationally, and why she decided to start the Do Better Movement. She shares three examples of areas she believes behavior analysts should focus on to improve their clinical skillsets.
For more information about Dr. Megan Miller and her work, please visit the following links:Do Better Movement Do Better Collective Facebook: Do Better Movement ABA Instagram: @drmegandobettermovement
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