Working Collaboratively within School Contexts to Solve Complex Problems and Positively Promote the Field of Behavior Analysis

Working Collaboratively within School Contexts to Solve Complex Problems and Positively Promote the Field of Behavior Analysis

Regular price $85.00

Are you a BCBA working with school professionals? As BCBAs, we are often asked to collaborate with a wellestablished school team in consultation for a client. This relationship can sometimes be challenging as our role in these contexts varies from conducting FBAs for isolated cases, to outside consulting for a home ABA program, or even advocating as an outside observer. In this workshop, you will learn to identify barriers to and strategies for effective collaboration; explore different models of decision making when making recommendations for clients in school settings; identify prospective roles of BCBAs in educational settings, and; problem solve a variety of scenarios related to working with school professionals. This intermediate level workshop is for those seeking strategies for more effective and positive relationships outside of isolated clinical settings.

Date: Friday, March 10, 2017
Time: 9am-12pm

University of Washington
The Haring Center
Room CD 150, 1981 NE Columbia Rd.
Seattle, WA 98195

Earn 3 Type II BACB CEUs
$85 Registration fee includes morning refreshments, all workshop materials, and cost for CEUs

Presenters:
Chris Jones, PhD, BCBA-D
Julie Ashmun, MEd, BCBA

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