Special Topic Webinars for Social Workers
Choose from a growing list of titles representing the top talent in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.
The Cedar Group’s Webcast Series is about ideas. It is a forum where professionals unite and blur the boundaries between disciplines. Dr. Michael J. Cameron hosts the Webcast Series and is accompanied by guests with diverse scientific and philosophical backgrounds and rich human experiences.
Similar to the custom course crafting process, The Cedar Group uses a unique crowdsourcing process to identify topics of interest to Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Licensed Psychologists, and Licensed Social Workers. BCBA/BCaBAs will earn CEUs, however this Masterclass Webcast Series is enthusiastically offered to Registered Behavior Technicians and any other individuals interested in Behavior Analysis. The Cedar Group Webcasts provide a unique blend of sound, images, and voices to promote ideas and facilitate professional practice.
Webcast subscribers earn continuing education units (CEU) for completion of each Webcast.
The Cedar Group’s on-line webinar series is about the diverse application of behavior analysis and how the principles of behavior analysis are used to address socially significant issues in our culture (e.g., addiction, obesity, mass shootings).
Hosted by Dr. Michael J. Cameron, each on-line webinar interweaves narrative case reviews with scientific research. And featured webinar guests, coupled with Dr. Cameron’s facilitation, will ultimately make you think differently, and in a more expansive way, about the field of applied behavior analysis.
Earn your Continuing Education credits with our informative webinars given by the top professionals in the field.
A View of Intimate Partner Violence from a Behavior Analytic Lens: Prevalence, Prevention, and Early Intervention for Social Workers
Webinar participants will learn about a behavioral conceptualization of partner violence, as well as the variables associated with violence, situational risk recognition, and factors that enhance or suppress partner violence.…