The SCS conference is going virtual!

Our conference will be online featuring a blend of live and recorded events.  Plan on attending November 5th-7th. 

COVID-19 UPDATE: In light of current global events, the SCS stands in solidarity with those affected by COVID-19. See how people around the world are using the Standard Celeration Chart to better understand this crisis. VIEW RESOURCES >

Join Us for a Virtual Happy Hour!

During these trying times, it is important to lean into the communities to which you belong! Join us to talk about our science, charting, or just kick back and have a drink with new and old friends. See you there!

Thursday nights 8:30 PM EST/5:30 PM PST

Our June Newsletter is Here!

Our June newsletter is here! Learn about our society’s statement regarding current events and our position on the BLM movement, continued happy hours, and details about our upcoming November conference. 

Save the Date:

We hope to see you virtually for our 33rd annual conference! Block out the date in your calendar now for November 5th-7th. We can’t wait to see you there.

Don’t miss this week’s happy hour on 8/13/20!

“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

The board of the Standard Celeration Society (SCS) vehemently refuses to be silent about the events occurring around the nation that have occurred since the founding of this country. With this statement we unequivocally affirm that Black Lives Matter.

As an organization, the SCS commits to standard celeration charting in service of racial justice. This means noting racial inequity, especially as it pertains to police brutality, to apply behavior analysis and science in the efforts to reduce harm, increase well-being, and create transformative justice within our communities and in the world. We are committed to creating equitable, safe and caring learning environments for all segments of society. We call upon the SCS membership and other professional organizations within behavior analysis to join us in committed action. We will pursue this with authenticity, kindness, openness, shared vision and, above all, seek meaningful change. We take a stand against systemic and societal racism.

To best serve as accomplices to all underrepresented and marginalized groups, we promise to continuously listen and educate ourselves in matters related to social justice and equity. To current and future members, if this statement is not in alignment with your values, we implore you to seek further education or discontinue your membership in the SCS.

In Solidarity,
The Board of the Standard Celeration Society
Kerri Milyko, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA – Chairwoman
Kendra Newsome, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA – Secretary
Andrew Bulla, Ph.D., BCBA
Liz Lefebre, MS, BCBA, LBA
Clay Starlin, Ph.D.

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14 hours ago

Hi Charting Friends,
I'm hosting the Happy Hour on 8/27 and would love to hear some topic suggestions/requests. I'm leaning towards examples of our assent work (because it will help me get my conference presentation going), but open to other ideas. Let's hear them!
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I think Assent work is a fantastic idea!

Yes yes yes to assent!

Would love to see assent charts!

What is assent work?


remind me how to attend? and yes, assent sounds like a great topic

I’d love to attend too! What do we do?

I would love that!!

I look forward to hearing more

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4 days ago

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Following. Avidly!

Stuart Harder does and so kindly shares them freely if you message him!

Stefan Sandberg I sent you a PM.

The file I have is considerably old. Has anyone updated the excel chart to recent versions of excel?

I would love this file too!

Stuart Harder would you be so kind as to send it to me as well?

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This is going to be a very informative happy hour discussing how it shift from parent training to family training.

Your hosts are: Kristin Wilkinson Smith, Jason Fields and Erin Buckalew 

Don’t miss out! This Thursday at 5:30pm PST.
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Join us THURSDAY 8/13 @ 5:30PM PST to discuss Parent Training. Specifically, transitioning the parent training model to a family centered approach. 

Hosted by Kristin Smith, Jason Fields and Erin Buckalew.

Join us THURSDAY 8/13 @ 5:30PM PST to discuss Parent Training. Specifically, transitioning the parent training model to a family centered approach.

Hosted by Kristin Smith, Jason Fields and Erin Buckalew.
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5 days ago

Je ne croyais plus au prêt d'argent car toutes les banques rejetaient mon dossier.

En effet, j'étais fiché par ma banque. Mais un jour une amie m'a conseillé un prêteur particulier dont elle m'a donné l'e-mail. J'ai tenté le coup avec lui en lui adressant un mail puis ça a marché. J'ai eu la bonne personne un honnête prêteur particulier que je cherchais depuis des années. J'ai obtenu mon prêt de 25.000$ avec un taux 2% qui me permet de bien vivre actuellement et je paye régulièrement mes mensualités. Vous pouvez le contacter si vous êtes dans le besoin d'un prêt pour diverses raisons personnelles.
Deux de mes collègues ont également reçu des prêts sans aucune difficulté.
Voici son E-mail :
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