Working Collaboratively within School Contexts to Solve Complex Problems and Positively Promote the Field of Behavior Analysis
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
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
Chris Jones, PhD, BCBA-D
Julie Ashmun, MEd, BCBA
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