The Behavioral View Episode 2.4: All About Burnout with Dr. Becca Tagg
The Behavioral View
The Behavioral View panel welcomes Dr. Becca Tagg, owner of Del Mar Behavioral Services, to discuss burnout through a lens of community care (as opposed to self-care). In this episode, we define stress and burnout and emphasize the differences between them. We identify risk factors for burnout, including behaviors of the individual, leadership, and the cultural context of the organization. We wrap up with tangible things leaders can do to create a community care model within. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don’t forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review Show Notes: References Houmanfar, R. & Johnson, R. (2004. Organizational implications of gossip and rumor, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 23:2-3, 117-138, DOI: 10.1300/J075v23n02_07 Jaffe, S. (2021). Work won't love you back: How devotion to our jobs keeps us exploited, exhausted, and alone. New York: Bold Type Books. Parry-Cruwys, R. (Host). (2020, June 17). Staff Turnover w/ Dr. Byron Wine. (No. 139). [Audio podcast episode]. In ABA On Track. https://www.abainsidetrack.com/home/2020/6/17/episode-129-staff-turnover. Plantiveau, Camille & Dounavi, Katerina & Virués-Ortega, Javier. (2018). High Levels of Burnout among Early-Career Board-Certified Behavior Analysts with Low Collegial Support. European Journal of Behavior Analysis. 19, 195-207. 10.1080/15021149.2018.1438339. Wine, B., Osborne, M. R., & Newcomb, E. T. (2020). On Turnover in Human Services. Behavior analysis in practice, 13(2), 492–501. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-019-00399-6 World Health Organization. (2016). The ICD-10 classification of mental and behavioural disorders: Clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines (10th ed.). Geneva: World Health Organization. World Health Organization. (2019). International statistical classification of diseases and related health problems (11th ed.). https://icd.who.int/ Resources BACB Certificant Data: https://www.bacb.com/bacb-certificant-data/ The Business of Behavior website and podcast: https://thebusinessofbehavior.com/ Del Mar Behavioral Health https://delmarbehavioralhealth.com/ Maslach Burnout Inventory: https://www.mindgarden.com/314-mbi-human-services-survey
What is burnout? How do you prevent burnout? What can you do if you’re feeling burnout? Dr. Becca Tagg answers these questions and more! You’re going to want to save this episode and re-listen each year around this time! To get in touch with Dr. Tagg, visit her company’s website: https://delmarbehavioralhealth.comFor more teacher positivity and resources check out our Instagram page! https://www.instagram.com/class_on_task/?hl=en
In this episode, Dr. Becca Tagg discusses her journey as a scientist, dually-licensed as a psychologist and behavior analyst. Dr. Tagg discusses the value of creating a verbal community and the importance of self care. To learn more, visit www.facebook.com/groups/ABABusinessBuilders. Please excuse our minor technical glitches in this episode.
What Does Clinical Residency in Applied Behavior Analysis Look Like? Session 157 with Becca Tagg
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Dr. Becca Tagg from Del Mar Behavioral Health joins me to discuss the unique approach her agency uses to train early-career BCBAs. This conversation was inspired by the interview I conducted with Dr. Mary Jane Weiss last year, in which we talked about how cool it would be if the field had an ABA equivalent of a medical residency model, so that BCBAs can learn about practicing with a variety of populations. As you'll hear in the interview, Becca heard this and reached out to say that this is exactly what they do, and we spend the majority of the conversation discussing just how they implement this unique training strategy. Before we get to the residency topic, we spent a little bit of time catching up since our last chat, and especially focus on how Del Mar's services adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic. To this end, I should also note that we recorded this conversation in December, and as such, some of the references may seem a bit anachronistic, but many of these challenges are still with us in the Spring of 2021, so I chose to keep that part of the conversation in this episode. If you like these types of topics, I suggest that you join the ABA Business Builders Facebook Group if you haven't already done so. While you're there, say hello to Becca! Here are the links to resources we discussed: Becca's first episode with me, Session 97. My interview with Mary Jane Weiss (definitely check out if you haven't heard it yet), Session 128. A golden oldie, my conversation with Tim Courtney, Session 46. Becca's podcast and business consulting services. Sniffy, the Virtual Rat. #DoBetterMovement. Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most, Stone, Patton, Heen and Fisher. This episode of Behavioral Observations was brought to you with support from: HRIC Recruiting. Barb Voss has been placing BCBAs in permanent positions throughout the US for just about a decade, and has been in the business more generally for 30 years. When you work with HRIC, you work directly with Barb, thereby accessing highly personalized service. So if you're about to graduate, you're looking for a change of pace, or you just want to know if the grass really is greener on the other side, head over to HRIColorado.com to schedule a confidential chat right away. Consider joining the BOP Patreon. Patreon members get early access to podcasts, bonus podcast material, discounts on CEU events from FTF and other continuing ed purveyors, occasional Zoom hangouts, and more! The Whoop Strap! I've been wearing the Whoop Strap for just a few weeks and I can't tell you how much I've enjoyed getting quantitative information on all aspects of my health, including sleep analytics, heart rate, along with heart rate variability, calorie burn, exercise intensity, and Whoop's proprietary "strain" score. I could extol this neat device's virtues indefinitely to you, but instead, you can go check it out for yourself. To get your first month free, head over to behavioralobservations.com/whoop! Also, feel free to join the Behavior Analysts who Whoop Facebook group!
Autism and Mental Health with Special Guest Dr. Becca Tagg
Being My Authentic Self
Today, I have Dr. Becca Tagg on the episode to discuss co-morbid issues with autism and co-occurring mental illness. Had a fantastic conversation with Becca. Thank you for coming on the show Dr. Becca.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/travis-breeding9/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/travis-breeding9/support
Should you start an ABA practice? Session 97 with Becca Tagg
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Dr. Becca Tagg, PsyD, MSCP, NCSP, BCBA-D, joins me in Session 97 to discuss the pros and cons to starting your own ABA practice. Becca owns and operates The Del Mar Center for Behavioral Health in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and produces and hosts The Business of Behavior Podcast. Becca also founded The ABA Business Builders Facebook Group, which, as of this writing, has almost 8,800 members. So it is with her vast experience in mind that I wanted to have her on the show to talk about her experiences, trials, and tribulations with regard to running a successful ABA practice. This conversation was inspired by a post in the ABA Business Builders group a few months ago that asked the following question: "If you knew in advance the challenges of owning and operating an ABA practice, would you do it again?" As we discussed in this episode, the answers were mostly, "no." I wasn't really sure what I should have expected, but I was kind of surprised at how so many business owners would take a pass if they had to do it all over again. So Becca and I spend quite a bit of time discussing some common challenges to running ABA business, and she shares how she addresses them in her own work. Along the way, we field a handful of listener questions, mainly from BCBA's who are contemplating making the leap towards self-employment. Becca, as always, provided many thoughtful answers, and in our conversation, we referenced the following resources: The E-Myth Revisited. The (New) One Minute Manager. The Mindful and Effective Employee. The Aubrey Daniels Amazon Author Page. ADP (payroll, HR stuff, etc...). The Business of Behavior Store (a treasure trove of forms, policies, etc...). BoB Podcast episode, "Balance is Bull$hit." BoB Podcast episode, "Outsourcing." BoB Podcast episode, "Virtual Assistants." BoB Podcast episode, interview with random person. Constellations Behavioral Services. This episode of The Behavioral Observations Podcast is sponsored by the following: The University of Cincinnati Online. The UC Online program can be a rewarding way to advance in your career. Gain the cutting-edge knowledge and skills so you can help others while increasing your career options and earning potential. For more information, please visit behavioranalysisuc.online for more information. HRI Colorado.com, and whether you live in Colorado or Connecticut, or anywhere else in between, their mission is to find you your dream job. So for a confidential chat about opportunities in your neck of the woods, go to HRIColorado.com. The upcoming 4-day ACT BootCamp® for Behavior Analysts workshop that’s going down on November 7-10th in sunny Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It will feature ACT experts like Steven C. Hayes, Ruth Anne Rehfeldt, Tom Szabo, Jonathan Tarbox and more. This workshop will cover: Parent training Staff management and development Organizational work Work with developmentally delayed populations and the chronically mentally ill Educational settings with special needs students This workshop is intensive. Over the course of 4 days, you’ll earn 32 Type 2 CE’s, including 4 hours of ethics, and 3 hours of supervision CE’s. So if you’re ready to take the next step, head over to praxiscet.com/bopodcast, and use the code BOP50 to save at check out as well! Go Lotus is an intuitive, easy to use, and dare I say beautiful system. It handles every aspect of practice management from data tracking and automatic SOAP notes, to scheduling and billing. They even offer a white-glove in-house billing service if you want billing fully managed outside your clinic. It is so simple your entire team can be up and running in less than an hour. For more information, go to golotus.com/register for a free demo. If you do sign up, tell them I sent you or use the coupon code Matt2019 and you will get 25% off for the first 3 months. They are so confident that you will love the system they allow you to cancel at any time. There is no risk and no commitment required. If you want more info, head over to golotus.com/register.
#012: Dr. Becca Tagg: Preventing Burn-out and Being Happy in the Autism World
Turn Autism Around
Self-care is an important yet oftentimes overlooked subject for families and professionals in the autism world. If you are not in an okay place, then you are not in a position to help anyone. My friend, Dr. Becca Tagg, is sharing how she got started in the autism field, as well as tips for avoiding burnout and how to live your happiest life.
TTE 109: From Nothing to 23 Clinicians in 2.5 Years With Dr. Becca Tagg
The Therapist Experience Podcast by Brighter Vision: Marketing & Business Lessons for Therapists, Counselors, Psychologists & Coaches in Private Practice
When you start a private practice, you envision what your future success looks like. But some of us dream bigger - WAY bigger. On today's episode of the Therapist Experience, learn how Dr. Becca Tagg grew her practice from nothing to 23 clinicians. The post TTE 109: From Nothing to 23 Clinicians in 2.5 Years With Dr. Becca Tagg appeared first on BrighterVision.com.