A Webinar with Dr. Kathryn Bell and Dr. Michael J. Cameron
CEUs: 2 (Type 2) CEUs for Board Certified Behavior Analyst
According to Sherwood (2001), stress can be defined as the generalized, nonspecific response of the body to any factor that overwhelms, or threatens to overwhelm, the body’s compensatory abilities to maintain homeostasis. A stress response may occur following exposure to chemical, physiological, physical, social, and psychological or emotional stimuli. Although the sequelae of stress may include a spectrum of behavioral and physiologic changes, the manifestation of stress, and causal factors, are highly individualized (e.g., depression, anxiety, substance use, stereotypies). In consequence, a multimodal treatment approach that includes specialized assessment and case conceptualization is necessary to effectively support individuals, with and without disabilities, with a stress related disorder. Through a case study format, the purpose of this webcast is to discuss causal functional relationships, effective treatment methodologies, and responsible treatment monitoring practices.
Successful completion of webinar offers 2 (Type 2) Continuing Education Units to support the professional development of Board Certified Analyst and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst.
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About the Presenters
Kathryn M. Bell, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Capital University (Columbus, Ohio). She received her doctorate in clinical psychology at Western Michigan University and completed her clinical internship in the Behavioral Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD at the Boston VA Medical Center. She completed a 2-year clinical research postdoctoral fellowship through the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and served as an assistant professor for 3 years in the clinical psychology program at Northern Illinois University. She has published extensively in the areas of trauma and interpersonal violence.
Michael J. Cameron Ph.D., BCBA-D, is the Chief Scientific Officer for The Cedar Group (Eagle Rock, California). He received his doctorate in experimental psychology at Northeastern University. He was the Founding Chair of the Department of Behavior Analysis at Simmons College, an all-women’s college in Boston, Massachusetts. His research and publications are in the areas of behavior analysis, the antecedent control of aberrant behavior, behavioral medicine, and behavioral interventions
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