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TxABA Special Interest Groups (SIGs)


TxABA allows for the creation of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to address specialized issues or local involvement within the behavior analytic community. SIGs are initiated and led by TxABA Members with some support provided by TxABA through the SIG Committee. If you are interested in starting a SIG, please contact txaba@txaba.org to find out more information about requirements and the application process.


Alamo City Behavior Analysts SIG

Email: alamocityba@gmail.com

The mission of the Alamo City Behavior Analysts SIG is to provide a venue for networking, collaboration, and CEU opportunities to behavior analysts in San Antonio. To find out more about upcoming events and join, please email using the above address.

Austin Area (ATX) ABA SIG

Website: Learn more and join here

Email: atxabasig@gmail.com

The mission of ATX ABA is to promote and advance the science of behavior analysis in the Greater Austin Area through education, building a local professional network, and serving as a resource for behavior analysts, their consumers, and their community. To learn more about upcoming events and join, please visit their website linked above.

Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) SIG

Facebook Page Link Here

Email: obmsig@txaba.org

The mission of OBM SIG is to support professionals in the development of behavior analytic change approaches as solutions to organizational behavior problems in various industries and settings and to provide behavior analytic education to the community. To learn more about events or join, please visit their facebook page or send an email, see above.

Severe Behavior SIG

Website: Learn more and join here!

Email: severebehaviorsig@txaba.org

The mission of the Severe Behavior SIG is to bring recognition to the issues individuals, families, and caregivers living with severe problem or challenging behavior experience. We aim to promote the use of best practices in assessment, treatment, and caregiver training by practitioners, clinicians, specialists, educators, first responders, medical professionals, and all those who support individuals and families affected by severe problem or challenging behavior. We aim to do this in an equitable and inclusive manner that takes into consideration and is compassionate toward all individuals' needs regardless of diagnosis, severity of problem or challenging behavior, disability, and other backgrounds (e.g., age, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, economic status).