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FREE CEU: Mixed Methods Findings ​on Experiences and an ACT-Informed Intervention​ with First-Generation Indo-Caribbean Americans
Presenter: Vera V. Viran, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

The Indo-Caribbean population is a diverse and culturally distinct group of individuals. The study discussed in this presentation attempts to evaluate the experiences of Indo-Caribbean, first-generation American adults on how they live value-driven lives. This presentation will explore the cultural background of the Indo-Caribbean population as well as relevant evidence-based findings. Both qualitative and quantitative methodology will be discussed, as supported by goal setting, acceptance and commitment therapy, and behavior analytic literature.

This event is worth 2 Learning Credits

Mar 29, 2023 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Vera V. Viran
Vera Viran is a board and internationally certified behavior analyst practicing in New Jersey. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Fairleigh Dickenson University and her M.Ed. in ABA from the University of Cincinnati. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in ABA from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is working on completing her doctoral dissertation. She also serves as a graduate T.A. for TCSPP’s M.A. in ABA program. Vera’s research primarily focuses on the use of behavior analytic methodology to target global mental health issues, such as suicide in low and lower-middle income countries. She is also very passionate about expanding the literature available on first-generation American populations. Clinically, Vera has experience providing behavior analytic treatment in homes, clinics, and schools supplemented by valuable managerial training in a private outpatient psychiatry setting.