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CEUs for behavior analysts

 
 
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Analysis of Motivating Operations and Interventions to Reduce Problem Behavior in Applied Settings

Instructor: Mari Ueda- Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573) and Connie Wong, Ph.D., BCBA-D (1-12-10019)

Number of Units: 1 BACB Type 2 CEU

Course Description: As part of a Functional Assessment of problem behaviors, a thorough analysis of the client’s Motivating Operations should be included in order to increase the likelihood of reducing the targeted problem behaviors, as well as the skills needed to replace the need to engage in the targeted behaviors. Choice making procedures will also be discussed including what type of choice making procedure to use based on the current MO condition and the effects of choice making procedures on MO conditions.

Target Audience: This is a basic level training.

Fee: $15

Teaching Psychological Flexibility to Adolescents Using ACT

Instructor: Casey Holton, MS, BCBA (1-12-11821)

Number of Units: 1 BACB Type 2 CEU

Course Description: Individuals diagnosed with Autism demonstrate deficits in social skills and executive functioning but this deficit manifests itself in a variety of ways. Treating deficits in the ACT Hexaflex using ACT is a relatively new area of research. This course will review the foundation of ACT, including Relational Frame Theory and Functional Contextualism and the ACT core processes. Additionally, participants will review videos of adolescents engaging in psychological inflexibility and practice making ACT-based recommendations to increase psychological flexibility.

Target Audience: This is an advance level training.

Fee: $15

 

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 training for ABC employees

The Path to Effective Supervision

Instructor: Connie Wong, Ph.D., BCBA-D (1-12-10019)

Number of Units: 8 hours of supervision training

Course Description: Participants will gain skills needed to be an overall effective supervisor, focusing on developing an effective supervisory relationship, ethical considerations within the supervisory relationship, and the analysis and problem solving of supervision barriers. This training is designed to cover the Nature of Supervision as described by the BACB and is designed for those supervising staff obtaining supervised experience hours, BCaBAs, and RBTs, as well as those wanting to increase their skills as an effective supervisor.  This training is based on the Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline from the BACB, but is offered independent of the BACB. 

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees

To view, please contact Dr. Connie Wong at cwong@appliedbehavior.com

Planning and Teaching Generalization in the Delivery of ABA Treatment

Instructor: Kerry Solliday, MS, BCBA (1-14-9584)

Date and Time: August 26, 2019, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location: ABC offices in Sacramento, CA

Number of Units: 8 Type 2 BACB CEU

Course Description: This intensive training will prepare supervisors to analyze client programming using ABC’s unique generalization process called Recreating Environments to Accelerate Learning (REAL Model, Terzich, 1996). Participants will have the opportunity to take specific response classes through the levels of generalization and how to plan for generalization at the start of their client’s programing.   

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees

Concept Formation and Progression within ABA Intensive Behavioral Treatment Programs

Instructor: Kerry Solliday, MS, BCBA (1-14-9584)

Date and Time: August 27, 2019, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location: ABC offices in Sacramento, CA

Number of Units: 5 Type 2 BACB CEU

Course Description: This intensive training will prepare supervisors to analyze client programming to develop and progress lessons all within a behavior analytic perspective.  Participants will learn to use analysis gained from assessments and matrices to develop initial programming and appropriate progression of skills of ABC clients. 

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees

A Behavior Analytic Approach to Teaching Critical Communication Skills

Instructor: Connie Wong, Ph.D., BCBA-D (1-12-10019)

Date and Time: August 28, 2019, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location: ABC offices in Sacramento, CA

Number of Units: 6 Type 2 BACB CEU

Course Description: Several individuals with autism have deficits in communication and clinical programs address basic verbal behaviors. We teach basic mand behaviors so that the individual’s wants and needs can be met. Using similar analysis of behaviors, teaching other critical communication skills are necessary regardless if the individual is vocal or non-vocal. This training will focus on strengthening mands of individuals with autism as well as completing an analysis of other critical communication skills in order to develop appropriate programs address these skills.

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees

Analysis of Motivating Operations and Interventions to Reduce

Problem Behavior in Applied Settings

Instructor: Mari Ueda-Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573)

Date and Time: August 28, 2019, 10:30 am to 11:30 am

Location: ABC offices in Stockton, CA

Number of Units: 1 Type 2 BACB CEU

Course Description: As part of a Functional Assessment of problem behaviors, a thorough analysis of the client’s Motivating Operations should be included in order to increase the likelihood of reducing the targeted problem behaviors, as well as the skills needed to replace the need to engage in the targeted behaviors. Choice making procedures will also be discussed including what type of choice making procedure to use based on the current MO condition and the effects of choice making procedures on MO conditions.

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is a basic level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees

Analysis of Motivating Operations and Interventions to Reduce

Problem Behavior in Applied Settings

Instructor: Mari Ueda-Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573)

Date and Time: September 18, 2019, 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Location: ABC offices in Ontario, CA

Number of Units: 1 Type 2 BACB CEU

Course Description: As part of a Functional Assessment of problem behaviors, a thorough analysis of the client’s Motivating Operations should be included in order to increase the likelihood of reducing the targeted problem behaviors, as well as the skills needed to replace the need to engage in the targeted behaviors. Choice making procedures will also be discussed including what type of choice making procedure to use based on the current MO condition and the effects of choice making procedures on MO conditions.

Target Audience: This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is a basic level training.

Fee: Free for ABC employees