Courses

Treating Clients with Medical Issues

Behavior analysts are uniquely positioned to notice symptoms of occult medical conditions of clients. Recognizing a change, providing a referral to a medical doctor, and leading ongoing monitoring of a client’s presentation are discussed in this article course on treating clients with medical issues. Applications and an intake medical interview/questionnaire are among the course resources.

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Improving Day Program Engagement

Adult day programs are intended to add value to an individual’s life. How can we optimize that value by improving an individual’s engagement? This article course covers a demonstration that provides a method for measuring and increasing consumer engagement in day program work tasks. Data sheets are also provided. REFERENCEBeahm, L.A., Ingvarsson, E.T., Funk, N.,

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Promoting Client Dignity

How can behavior analysts speak about and interact with the clients they serve in a way that communicates the dedication and respect they have for them? This article course takes a look at Reid et al. (2018), an article written with care and respect for both behavior analysts and the clients they serve. Informed by

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The New Course on BST in Supervision

Use of behavioral skills training in supervision is a topic that has received particular attention recent research. In particular are demonstrations examining the efficiency and adaptability of BST to various supervision contexts. The best of this research is organized in an application-ready format with many data sheets, checklists, application exercises, and access to over 25

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Treatment Plan Solutions from Recent Research

Some common treatment plan problems are investigated using recent research. Procedures for engaging learners, thinning reinforcement, and generalizing procedures to natural contexts are discussed. Demonstration videos and a research take-away packet are also provided. __________________ Course Pacing: This course is 4 General-type CEUs and should take 3 hours and 20 minutes to complete (50 minutes/CEU,

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Try Again: Assessment Solutions for Treatment Dead Ends

When treatment is falling short of sufficient outcomes, behavior analysts can look to recent research for assessment tool solutions. This course presents several new assessment tools for treating problem behavior. Video demonstrations and clinical considerations are provided for the application of procedures to clinical practice. __________________ Course Pacing: This course is 3 General-type CEUs and

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Treating Fear Behavior

Behaviors related to fear are not uncommon. Most behavior analysts have seen a client at some point who responded to a context or stimulus with escape-maintained behaviors that could not be explained with operant learning histories. However, most graduate training programs and fieldwork experience do not cover the treatment of these behaviors. This course provides

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Applications of Trauma-Informed Care from Recent Research

Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) is an approach to treatment that may be readily integrated into ABA applications. The approach prioritizes client safety, long-term outcomes, and relationships. Following a brief description of TIC, the course takes a careful look at Rajaraman et al. (2022), the first TIC article published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Rajaraman

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