Hosted by: FTF Behavioral Consulting, Inc.
Application Support: Senior and Lead Consultants
CEUs: 7 CEUs (6 General, 0 Supervision, 1 Ethics)
|Developing an Effective and Preferred Treatment for Stereotypy (3 CEUs)*
|3 pm EST
|14-day access period **
|Stereotypy Assessment and Treatment Design Session
|10 am EST
|3 pm EST
*On-demand content must be completed before the bundle’s scheduled synchronous events.
**An email with instructions on accessing your on-demand content, including coupon codes, will be issued via email and according to the workshop’s schedule. The access period per course begins from the date and time of code usage.
Bundle Details and Description
Before the scheduled synchronous events, attendees will complete a 3-CEU (2 General, 0 Supervision, 1 Ethics) On-Demand course presented by Dr. Hanley on Developing an Effective and Preferred Treatment for Stereotypy at their convenience before the scheduled synchronous events.
An email with instructions on accessing your on-demand content, including coupon codes, will be issued via email and according to the workshop’s schedule. The access period varies per course and begins from the date and time of code usage.
These sessions are for professionals who have completed both the 10-hour on-demand PFA/SBT course AND the 3-hour on-demand training on Stereotypy by Dr. Hanley and are ready to design a Stereotypy Assessment and SBT plan for a client in their care. This is an additional capacity-building opportunity with one of our skilled consultants, which will primarily focus on the following:
- Learning to extract unique reinforcement contingencies capitalizing on access to stereotypy from the open-ended interview.
- Designing safe and effective stereotypy analyses from the interview.
- Designing the initial steps of a skill-based treatment to gain stimulus control over stereotypy while simultaneously addressing language, social, leisure, and academic skill deficits.
These sessions will focus on identifying a learner’s individualized reinforcement and work contexts and the importance of using a contingency to design effective and preferred interventions for stereotypy. Your consultant will guide you to use a backward design in your analysis, informed by your client’s terminal treatment goals. While individual questions and problem-solving are encouraged, but individualized consultation may address unique cases better.
10:00 – 11:00 AM EST: Consultant reviews an example with design tips.
11:00 -11:30 AM EST: Attendees work individually on the Stereotypy Assessment and Treatment workbook.
11:30 – 12:00 PM EST: Attendees join Zoom breakout rooms with other attendees to review the completed workbook.
12:00 PM EST: Attendees upload their completed Stereotypy Assessment and Treatment workbook to Zoom chat.
12:00 – 3:00 PM EST: Attendees rejoin the consultant on Zoom meeting to review completed designs. Each attendee will have a dedicated opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback from the consultant and other attendees on their specific case using their completed workbook.
While individual questions and problem-solving are encouraged, cases with many complicating variables or barriers may be better addressed via an individual consultation.
Successful completion of the design session will yield 4 General BACB CEUs.