Julia Fiebig

Julia

Fiebig

Julia Fiebig

Affiliate Faculty

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  • Campus:
  • TCS Online
Department
Applied Behavior Analysis
Institution
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Biography

Julia H. Fiebig, PhD, BCBA is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has been teaching online for The Chicago School for Professional Psychology since 2010. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and has worked in Europe and the U.S. across a variety of settings, including public schools, hospitals, home-based programs, residential treatment centers, and private practice. She consults in organizational, clinical, and educational settings and is committed to work related to organizational and community sustainability, leadership, consensus-based community practices, and global climate change issues. She is a founding board member and current Chair of ABAI's Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies Special Interest Group, which serves to advance applications of behavior analysis to environmental issues and contribute to the development of solutions to climate change, pollution, over-consumption of resources, and imbalances in environmental sustainability. Julia is also experienced and passionate about her work directing international summer camps with the aim of teaching young people to have better human relations and engage in responsible community living

Areas of interest include: applications of behavior analysis to sustainability and climate change issues, applications of behavior analysis to leadership and organizational change, effective models of consultation, processes of consensus, staff training and management, dissemination of behavior analysis to international communities, and quality service delivery in private and public institutions.

Education History
Degree Institution Year
B.S. Psychology and German Literature University of Florida 2001
M.S. Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis Florida State University 2005
PhD in Organizational Leadership The Chicago School of Professional Psychology 2015
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
Member Association for Behavior Analysis International
Member California Association for Behavior Analysis
Member Nevada Association for Behavior Analysis
Member North American Association for Environmental Education
Member OBM Network
Member Association for Contextual Behavior Science
Licenses
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Community Involvement
Organization
Chair, Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies Special Interest Group (2010 - present)
Program planning committee member for the Behavior Change for a Sustainable World (2012)
Advisor to the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies (November 2010-present)
Founding member of the Bay Area District Behavior Analyst working group (May 2008-present)
Volunteer Staff Member for Luethi Peterson Camps International to foster international understanding and community responsibility among young people (1998- present)
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Applied Behavior Analysis Assessment/Analysis
Autism Spectrum / Developmental Disorders
Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention
Education/Special Education
Functional Behavior Assessment
Problem Behavior Reduction
Self-Injury and Other Challenging Behaviors
Verbal Behavior/Language Acquisition
Presentations
Title Location Date
Behavior Analysis and Sustainability (Guest web lecture) Florida Institute of Technology 10/2012
K-12 Sustainability Education: Knowing About and Doing (Invited Panel - Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Conference) Columbus, OH. 08/2012
Developing a Database for Organizations with Green Behavior (Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Conference) Columbus, OH. 08/2012
Walkin’ on Sunshine: Sure Feels Good When a Public School District Models Environmental Stewardship (Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Conference) Columbus, OH. 08/2012
The Business, Science, and Practice of Effective Program Implementation: Behavior Analysis in Education. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention Seattle, WA. 05/2012
Plan it for the Planet: Building a Green Elementary Science Curriculum with Conservation Behavior as a Primary Measure. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention Denver, CO. 05/2011
Our School District has Hired a BCBA. Now What? : Making Your Models Fierce!- Models of Consultation. California Meeting for SELPA Directors Conference Sacramento, CA. 06/2009
Keeping It in the Family! On the Fiscal Implications of Reducing External Behavior Contracts in Public School Districts. Symposium presented at the California Association for Behavior Analysis Convention Burlingame, CA. 02/2009
Focus on the Players and the Game: Regarding the Implications of BCBA Involvement on Staff Behavior Symposium presented at the California Association for Behavior Analysis Convention Burlingame, CA. 02/2009
STARS AND START: Program Delivery Aimed at Generalized Responding. Paper presented at the California Association for Behavior Analysis Convention in Burlingame, CA. and at the Association for Behavior Analysis 2007 Convention San Diego, CA. 05/2007
Start Teaching and Reinforcing Today: Teaching parents to teach. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention San Diego, CA. 05/2007
Functional analysis of pica using non-toxic stimuli. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention Chicago, IL. 05/2005
Publications

Burkholder, E., Wilhite, C.J., Peck, R., Epps, C.A., Fiebig, J.H., Quirk, L., & Vidovic, J. (2010). School districts hire behavior analysts, save money - lots of money.Behavior Analysis Digest International, 22(1).