Michelle Karren, MSc

Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)

mkMichelle Karren, MSc, BCBA, is a board certified behaviour analyst (BCBA) who has completed a Masters of Science Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and has been working in the early intervention within the autism community in BC for over 15 years. She has experience designing individualized home and school based programs with beginner, intermediate and advanced learners as young as 15 months up into adulthood with a focus on improving the quality of life for the student through life and social skills as well as parent and staff training.

 

Conference Presentations

  • 2007 Generalization and Maintenance in Discrete Trial Programs for Children with Autism
    San Diego, C.A., Association of Behavior Analysis Convention.
  • 2006  Running your Home-Based ABA Program: A Parent-Professional Perspective
    Atlanta, G.A., Association of Behavior Analysis Convention.

 

Poster Presentations

  • 2007 Decreasing Problematic Behavior in Children with Autism through a Self-Monitoring Cost Response System
    San Diego, C.A., Association of Behavior Analysis Convention.
  • 2006 Decreasing Inappropriate Vocalizations through Stimulus Control Paired with Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Behavior
    Atlanta, G.A., Association of Behavior Analysis Convention.
  • 2006 Examining the Impact of a Goal Setting Package on Autistic Children’s Competitive Performance in Soccer
    Atlanta, G.A., Association of Behavior Analysis Convention.

Find me on the Regional Autism Service Provider (RASP) List