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Behavior Bitches
Aug 17, 2020
Behaviorally Breaking Down How to Fall Asleep: Dr. Keira Moore, BCBA-D
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On episode 62, we bring on Dr. Keira Moore from Moore Behavior Consulting to talk all about sleep issues. Keira heard about us from her students and listened to our sleep episode and reached out to us and said we need some help, in the nicest possible way. She shared with us her approach to treating sleep issues as a BCBA-D. This chick knows what’s up when it comes to sleep and challenging behaviors. She has literally focused her entire career around the assessment and treatment of sleep problems. If you need hints on how the F to get your child to sleep or need advice for yourself (like Liat did), Tune the F in or miss the F out.

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https://moorebehaviorconsulting.com/
https://moorebehaviorconsulting.com/services/for-parents-and-families/

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