Instructor: Stacie Neff

Stacie Neff
Biography:

M.S., BCBA

Stacie Neff graduated with a Master of Science in Behavior Analysis from University of North Texas in 1997 and became a BCBA in 2001. While working for the University of South Florida/Department of Children and Families, she was one of six behavior analysts involved in developing and implementing Florida's child welfare Behavior Analysis Services program, and participated in creating the training curriculum, "Tools for Positive Behavior Change." Stacie has also participated on the multidisciplinary committee through the Department of Children and Families while working for Families First of Florida.

While working with the Department of Children and Families, she revised and created new materials for four curricula used statewide by the Behavior Analysis Services program and created and conducted statewide recertification for all members of the program. She has taught teachers, parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, residential staff, behavior analysts, and both graduate and undergraduate students. Stacie currently teaches parenting skills to a variety of audiences and has conducted several workshops and presentations in her area. Teaching is one of Stacie's favorite things to do, and she considers teaching and training her specialty.


Classes by this instructor


Interpersonal Skills for the Behavioral Consultant

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL CONSULTANT - BEHP1039 Provides both new and seasoned professionals the skills needed by the behavioral consultant. Includes initial contact, interviewing skills, active listening, feedback, expectations and other important aspects of professional behavior.

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May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs