In this episode, I chat with one of the founders of Family-Centred Positive Behaviour Support, Dr. Joseph M. Lucysyhn, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Dr. Lucyshyn combines behaviour analysis, coercion theory, and ecocultural theory to develop long-term, sustainable interventions for families with autistic children.
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