Sexuality, Disability & ABA Practice 204: Self-Protection Skills: Instruction for Personal Safety
Are you concerned about your clients or students’ vulnerability and personal safety?
This webinar is designed to broaden practitioner understanding of the development of self-protection skills against sexual abuse. The presenter will first discuss traditional challenges in teaching personal safety then introduce a developmental theory of self-protection which promotes new approaches to old challenges. Participants will then learn about selecting topics for instruction and programming for important skills acquisition. Participants will also leave with recommendations for available self-protection and personal safety instructional resources.
*Special note: This webinar does not contain any case studies or descriptions of sexual abuse. It focuses on pro-active instruction in the area of self-protection and personal safety skills. That said, personal safety and sexual abuse are sensitive topics and participants should consider this when selecting to attend this webinar.
DATE: June 6, 2017
TIME: 10:00-11:45 a.m. PST
Recommended: Co-current viewing of recorded webinars in the series: Sexuality, Disability & Applied Behavior Analysis Practice: (COMING SOON)
201: Professional Practices for Client Safety
202: Ethical Management of Sexualized Behavior
Combo 201 & 202: Includes both recorded webinars
Click on the flyer (left) for more information about this webinar. To download the flyer, click here.
This webinar includes 2 BACB CEUs.