Crisis Behavior and the Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts

Crisis behavior can be a time of chaos and uncertainty. During these times the stakeholders often look to the behavior analyst to lead. Navigating a crisis requires many applications of the ethics standards, some more apparent than others. This course will review the standards and principles of the BACB’s Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts for the context of crisis behavior. Many applications are provided for the consideration of standards relative to clinical practice.


Course Pacing: This course is 2 Ethics-type CEUs and should take 1 hour and 40 minutes to complete (50 minutes/CEU, per the BACB). A course timer is provided at the end of the course. The timer is an imperfect guide and it is recommended that users informally log their time. User verification of time spent, and additional reading, are provided in the course survey presented prior to the final quiz.

Target Audience: BCBA/BCaBAs