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Successful completion of the webcast offers 2.5 (Type 2) Continuing Education Units, 1.5 in Supervision and 1 in Ethics, to support the professional development of Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts.
Although Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) often assume a professional role involving clinical consultation, few BCBAs receive formalized instruction in the consultation service delivery process used by skilled Board Certified Behavior Analysts. The purpose of this webcast is to provide guidelines for BCBAs interested in developing their consultation proficiency and applying their skills in context of a public school.
Successful completion of the webcast offers 2 (Type 2) Continuing Education Units to support the professional development of Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts.
A firm understanding of typical child development will aid practitioners in creating developmentally appropriate treatment plan goals and objectives. Clinicians also need to work with families to disseminate critical child developmental milestones. Information about child development, specifically early warning signs need to be supplied to parents so that they can be prepared for visits with their child’s health care provider to request referrals if necessary.
While efforts for early detection are admirable there is still restricted access to services including a confirmed diagnosis and access to services, especially in rural communities and for certain demographic groups. Delayed diagnoses and access to treatment both have clinical implications that will be discussed. Finally, treatment planning needs to be evidence-based and should be linked to established curriculum and literature.
Free Publications & Resources
Byra, K. L., White, S., Temple, M., & Cameron, M. J. (2018). An Approach to Cleanliness Training to Support Bathroom Hygiene among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 11(2), 139-143.
Cameron, M. J., Byra, K., Shaibani, S. (2019). Les Misérables: The Impact of Unfavorable Psychology Exam Results and the Redemptive Power of Evidence-Based Instruction. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Research Study. 3(2), 1–7. doi: 10.31031/PPRS.2019.03.000559
What clinical professionals have to say about our Webcasts
"Thanks so much! I appreciate your focus on quality and how to ensure you relate the topics back directly to the BCBA application. The pharmacological components were also great in this one. I had the luxury of working in a post-acute clinic with 3 doctors on staff. We had access to FMRI and the doctors requested our graphs when making medication changes. I clearly took it for granted … most won’t have such collaboration!"
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