An open meeting to discuss the development of Behaviour Analysis in Ireland

Following the Division of Behaviour Analysis’ open meeting on the 24th Feb 2020, the Munster Behaviour Analyst Forum will host an open online meeting on 3rd March @ 19:30. The discussion will be moderated by a member of the MBAF committee and we hope to have a lively and engaging conversation about your hopes for the development of the behaviour analytic community in Ireland.  Numbers will be limited and assigned on a first-come first serve basis.  Hope you can make it. 

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Advisory Panel

The Munster Behaviour Analyst forum is a voluntary group made up of Behaviour Analysts working in Munster. As behaviour analysts, our members are committed to evidence-based practice, delivered within a human-rights framework.

We want to put transparency and accountability at the heart of our organisation.
For this reason, we are setting up an advisory panel. We hope the advisory panel will be made up of both parents of children and people who have received behavioural support and consultancy, in homes, schools or any other settings. We would also be interested in hearing from people who have not received these supports, but believe that they have a need for them.
Our organisation is owned and run by our members. Presently, our primary activity is organising training events. Since we are organised by our membership, the activity of the organisation is open to change based on the needs of our community.

If you are committed to people with disabilities and the wider public receiving evidence-based therapy and education, then we would be delighted to hear from you.

For further information, fill out this form. Everyone who completes the form will be contacted.