March 1, 2024 @ 12:00 – 1:30 pm


Lindsay Fallon, BCBA-D, University of Massachusetts


This program will focus on providing effective behavioral and social-emotional classroom interventions that incorporate universal support through the MTSS process in a way that is feasible for teachers. Dr. Fallon will discuss how school psychologists and BCBAs can and should collaborate throughout the student support process and explain how school psychology assessment addresses a student’s learning, behavioral, and social-emotional needs and how behavior analysts can learn from evaluation results when designing behavioral interventions.

About the Speaker

Dr. Lindsay Fallon (she/her) is the Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor in the Counseling and School Psychology Program at University of Massachusetts. She trains and supports educators to deliver systems-level (e.g., classroom, schoolwide) behavioral interventions with high levels of implementation fidelity to benefit learners, specifically youth who are racially and ethnically minoritized and/or with or at risk for disabilities. She leverages an in-depth understanding of multi-tiered systems of support, behavioral interventions, and implementation science to promote sustainable change in educational settings. This work centers equity and intentional efforts to engage in culturally responsive practice. Her scholarship has focused on supporting both adult and student behavior. She has partnerships with many area public schools and districts and engages in consultation and research. 

About LSGurdin Consulting CE Program

LSGurdin Consulting is an ACE Provider with an on-demand library on professional development topics including ABA and mental health, social validity, mindfulness, cultural humility, compassionate school ABA, neurodiversity, assent-based treatment, and ABA superpowers. Each event is presented live and also offered on-demand through Behavior Live. 

About LSGurdin Consulting

LSGurdin Consulting also offers behavioral consultation to parents and school teams, school and home assessments, staff training and professional development workshops, educational consultation, and program evaluations.  

Membership Information

Most MPY webinars are available ONLY to current staff from member districts and organizations. Public school memberships include police and fire personnel. Former and retired employees and members of committees, including but not limited to, PTO/PTA, PAC, School Improvement Councils, Health Councils, Drug/Alcohol Councils, and school volunteers, are not considered MPY members.

Event Cancellation Policy

This program is being offered in partnership with LSGurdin Consulting. You will be receiving an email with instructions on how to view the training on Behavior Live. All cancellations or request for information should be directed to Lisa Gurdin at

This program is open to all MPY members. PDPs and CEUs are not being offered. BCBAs are eligible to receive CEs through LSGurdin Consulting.