About Julia Fiebig
Julia Fiebig has over 15 years experience in the field of behavior analysis and has taught and worked in a variety of community and organizational contexts. Her practice and research interests include applications of behavior analysis to sustainability and climate change issues, relational frame theory applied to leadership and organizational change, effective models of consultation, consensus-based community practices, quality service delivery in private and public institutions, and dissemination of behavior analysis to international communities. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Dr. Fiebig was previously a faculty member in the Behavior Analysis department at The Chicago School for Professional Psychology. Her professional experience includes language and behavior assessment and educational programming for learners with autism, having led a center-based preschool program delivering ABA early intervention. She has also provided parent training, staff and teacher training, and behavioral intervention in public school districts, non-public schools, hospitals, home-based programs, and residential treatment centers in Florida, Maryland, California, and Germany. Dr. Fiebig collaborated on the development of effective models of consultation for behavior analytic services across northern California public school districts, resulting in invitations to present to Special Education Local Plan Area directors across the state of California to increase school district positions for Board Certified Behavior Analysts serving students in special education.
Dr. Fiebig has also worked as an independent consultant providing consultation to executive officers, human resources, administrators, and training directors of human services organizations to facilitate performance improvement processes focused on employee behavior, leadership development, organizational health and sustainable practices. She has served on the program committee for the Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Conference, has served as an advisor to the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in the area of environmental issues, and edited books and written articles on applications of behavior science to challenges faced in global society and culture. She is a founding board member and Chair of ABAI's Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies Special Interest Group.
PhD, Organizational Leadership, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, 2015
M.S., Applied Behavior Analysis, Florida State University, 2005
B.S., Psychology/German Literature, University of Florida, 2001
Research and Related Presentations:
Fiebig, J. H. ACT Processes in the Workplace and in Organizational Settings: Leader Communication and Employee Values: The Motivative Augmental in Leader Communication on Employee Performance of Environmentally Relevant Behaviors. Paper presented at the Association for Contextual Science World Conference 2017 in Sevilla, Spain.
Ming S. & Fiebig, J.H. Living Your Values as a Behavior Analyst: How clarification of personal/professional values shaped research and career on the road less traveled. Paper presented at the Women in Behavior Analysis Conference, 2017 in Nashville, TN.
Fiebig, J.H. Leader Communication and the Influence on Employee Performance and Environmentally Relevant Behavior. Presented at Stanford University's Behavior Energy and Climate Change Conference, 2016 in Baltimore, MD.
Fiebig, J.H. K-12 Sustainability Education: Knowing About and Doing. Invited Panel presented at Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Conference, 2012 in Columbus, OH.
Vidovic, J., Burkholder, E.O., Fiebig, J.H., Watson, R.A., & Finn, H.E. The Business, Science, and Practice of Effective Program Implementation: Behavior Analysis in Education. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention 2012 in Seattle, WA. and California Meeting for SELPA Directors Conference, June 2009