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Making Meaning Manifest: Conceptualizing Values from a Behavioral Perspective with Dr. Emily Sandoz, BCBA

Dr. Emily Sandoz

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Dr. Emily Sandoz for a Continuing Education webinar for Behavior Analysts! Session Details: Part 1: Conceptualizing Values from a Behavioral Perspective  Learning Objectives: Describe appetitive and aversive functional relations. Describe valued living in terms of appetitive repertoires. Abstract: Values are of increasing interest to behavior analysts.

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Everyone has Worth: Promoting Client Dignity in Sensitive Contexts with Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D & Shakilla Player, BCBA

Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D, and Shakilla Player, BCBA, for a webinar on Respectful Communication and Honoring Client Dignity as ABA practitioners. See Dr. Tucker’s other webinars here. Abstract: Whether working with pre-school children, elderly clients, or anyone in between, Behavior Analysts are very frequently presented with difficult client situations.

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Connections Behavior 40-hr RBT Training

Connections Behavior Planning & Intervention

This is a temporary page for Connections Behavior employees only. Public registration is not currently available; however, if you are interested in purchasing access to this training series for yourself or your staff, please contact Dusty, Director of Continuing Education, at ContinuingEducation@connections-behavior.com.   Thank you!

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ACT & Leadership Development with Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Adrienne Bradley, BCBA

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Adrienne Bradley, BCBA, Past President of BABA and host of the Shades of ABA Podcast, to outline an ACT-based approach to staff supervision in behavior analysis. See Adrienne’s other events with us here. About the Presenter My name is Adrienne Bradley, and I have been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst

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Won’t, or Can’t? Considering the Role of Executive Functioning in Behavioral Assessment and Intervention with Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D

Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Dr. Vanessa Tucker, BCBA-D, for a webinar on Executive Functioning considerations in ABA. See Dr. Tucker’s other webinars here. Abstract: “Executive functioning” encompasses a network of cognitive skills including organizing, planning ahead, goal-driven behaviors, emotional regulation, focus, and more. Deficits in these skills often show up in the form

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Workshop: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Children, Adolescents, and Parents with Dr. Chris McCurry

Dr. Chris McCurry

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Dr. Chris McCurry for a workshop for Behavior Analysts! Abstract This workshop describes and demonstrates techniques for engaging children, adolescents, and parents in ACT work. We survey the current literature on ACT with these clients. Assessment strategies that are consistent with ACT theory and treatment objectives are demonstrated and

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You’re Hurting Us: What Parents Wish They Could Tell Behaviour Analysts About the Parent-Mediator Model 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 Trauma and Assent/Consent awareness in Parent Collaboration. Abstract As we add more trauma-informed practices to our behaviour analytic repertoires, let’s not forget about a  vulnerable population: parents. Manuals for parent training teach

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Secure Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Mindful approaches to preventing therapist burnout with Dr. Chris McCurry

Dr. Chris McCurry

Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Dr. Chris McCurry for a three-hour webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will focus on the application of ACT for preventing therapist stress and burnout. Abstract Providing therapy is just such an emotionally demanding work situation. As clinicians, we are vulnerable to this physical and emotional exhaustion. Other common

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