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Process-Based Functional Assessment: Psychological Flexibility Across Dimensions with Lou Lasprugato

Lou Lasprugato, MFT, ACBS Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Lou Lasprugato, Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer, for his third webinar with us! Our first event with Lou is available free, here: ACT Matrix and Creative Hopelessness, and his second can be found here: Shaping Psychological Flexibility (On-The-Fly). About the Presenter Lou Lasprugato, MFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Integrative

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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing with Dr. Emily Sandoz, Dr. Evelyn Gould, Dr. Kate Kellum, and Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA

Leigh Rachal & Emily Sandoz

Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Emily Sandoz, Dr. Evelyn Gould, Dr. Kate Kellum, and Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA, for a series of Continuing Education webinars for Behavior Analysts! There are many ways of knowing. And these ways

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Successful Collaboration: How Behavior Analysts can Adhere to the Ethics Code, Value Evidence-based Intervention, and Foster Cooperative Relationships with Colleagues from Other Professions with Dr. Mary Jane Weiss, BCBA-D

Dr. Mary Jane Weiss, BCBA-D

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Mary Jane Weiss, BCBA-D, for a webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will address collaboration between ABA providers and other professionals to maximize outcomes for our shared clients. Abstract Collaboration is a critical component of interdisciplinary team treatment, and is mandated by the complex needs

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The ACT Matrix: An In-depth Look and Parent Training Webinar with Andrew Arellano, BCBA

Andrew Arellano, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Andrew Arellano, BCBA, for a webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will address Behavior Analyst utilization of the ACT Matrix, with specific application to parent-training needs. Abstract During this presentation the presenter will introduce the ACT Matrix. Specifically, He will described the Matrix in depth and

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Creating Collaborative Teams: Buy-In, Assent, & Self-Advocacy with Emily Wilson, BCBA

Emily Wilson, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Emily Wilson, BCBA, for a webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will address treatment teams as complex and sensitive systems, centering on the client’s individual needs. Abstract When asked “why do you do this work?” typical responses include the behavior analyst’s commitment to supporting and uplifting

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“Oppositional,” “Defiant” and Completely Misunderstood with Amelia Bowler, BCBA

Amelia Bowler, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Amelia Bowler, BCBA, for a webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will focus on information about and strategies for addressing behaviors associated with Oppositional-Defiant Disorder. Abstract In the eyes of their teachers, children diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder appear to be disrespectful, badly-behaved, difficult, inconsiderate, stubborn,

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Webinar: Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – The Impact of Colonization on Present-Day Clinical Practice in the Global Majority: Providing Contextual Perspective-Taking and Culturally-Responsive Services with Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA and Akanksha Chhettri, BCBA

Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA, & Akanksha Chhettri, BCBA

This event is Session 6 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – Amplify the Experts: Positive Deviance as a Cultural Learning Approach to Effect Group Behavioral Change with Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA and Sage Gibbons

Tiffany Dubuc, BCBA, & Sage Gibbons

This event is Session 8 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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Ninja ACT for Anxiety and OC and Related Disorders: Using ACT-informed Exposure Disguised as Symptom Reduction for ACT-Resistant Clients with Joanne Chan, Brian Thompson & Brian Pilecki

Dr. Joanne Chan, Dr. Brian Pilecki & Dr. Brian Thompson

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Joanne Chan, Brian Thompson and Brian Pilecki, for a webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will focus on an application of ACT for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive (and related) disorders, disguising the interventions as ‘symptom reduction’ for those clients who may be resistant to the traditional look

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Bridging Different Ways of Knowing – Trauma with Dr. Evelyn Gould and Dr. Camille Kolu

Dr. Camille Kolu & Dr. Evelyn Gould

This event is Session 7 in our series, Bridging Different Ways of Knowing: Making Non-Behavioral Concepts Accessible and Actionable for Behavior Analysts There are many ways of knowing. And these ways of knowing are differentially useful for promoting knowledge and effective action in different contexts. Despite our terribly powerful analyses and technologies, however, behavior analysts

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