A Compassionate and Collaborative Approach for Improving Relationships and Behavior with Greg HanleyThis event consists of two training components: an in-person workshop and a follow-up webinar.
Presented by Gregory Hanley, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA
In-person Dates: Thursday, October 19, Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21, 2023
Location: Vancouver, BC
Webinar: Friday, February 16, 2024
Sponsored by POPARD & BC-ABA
Join Gregory Hanley, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA for a three-day workshop exploring a compassionate and collaborative and trauma-assumed version of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for improving relationships and behavior. Upon completion of the three-day workshop, join a community of practitioners to support each other through the process, and attend the Treatment Extension: Skill-Based Treatment (SBT) Generalization & Maintenance webinar.
Suitable for those familiar with the principles of behavior analysis. Including Board Certified Behavior Analysts and related service providers, educators and team members (e.g., parents/guardians, Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists).
Participants should plan to attend all three days for the full training, as well as the virtual maintenance and generalization webinar.
If you are also interested in attending a two-hour online introduction to this event, please visit Introduction to A Compassionate and Collaborative Approach for Improving Relationships and Behavior.
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Today’s ABA: A Compassionate and Collaborative Approach for Improving Relationships and Behavior
Through lecture, interactive discussion, and application exercises, the latest iteration of the practical functional assessment process will be conveyed. The procedures for maximizing the safety, televisibility, and shared rapport of the process will be emphasized. The effective and parent-validated treatment process will then be described. Teaching contextually appropriate behavior following the shaping of communication and toleration repertoires will be described in detail. The relevance of several choice models for further minimizing risks and expanding the practitioner’s scope of practice will also be reviewed.