LATINO ASSOCIATION FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
CREATING LEADERS IN OUR FIELD
LATINO ASSOCIATION FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS
LABA was the first behavior analytic organization formed specifically to address diversity (and the absence of diversity) in our field. LABA focuses on disseminating evidence-based practices and providing support, resources, training opportunities, communication and networking opportunities to practitioners and students with the purpose of increasing the visibility, participation and collaboration of Latinos and other underrepresented groups in the leadership of behavior analytic organizations, educational institutions and behavior analytic agencies.
Founded in 2015, LABA is an organization dedicated to improving cultural, social and ethnic diversity in the field of applied behavior analysis as well as addressing the particular needs of diverse individuals and diverse communities. LABA was formed by three Latino behavior analysts, Ruth Tello-Di Leva, Isaac Bermudez and Jose D Rios, who combined have worked in the field of behavior analysis for nearly 90 years.
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Future LABA Event
Join LABA and Sara Litvak, MA, BCBA
January 16, 2021
2.0 CEUs Available
More information to come soon.
A LA MESA - CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS
Join LABA for a Critical Conversation on Mentorship
December 9, 2020
Discussion will be centered around the previous presentation by Panelists Jose Rios, Dr. Siri Ming, Carmen Ruiz-Ochoa, Jessika Feil & Dr. Michael Cameron. We will be discussing various aspects of mentorship in the field of ABA along with anything else the presentation brought up for you.