Behavior Development Solutions

Assessing and Treating Childhood Sleep Problems - February 13, 2020 1pm - 3pm ET

by Keira Moore, Ph.D., BCBA-D. LABA

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Earn 2 BACB Type 2 CE credits! Continuing Education credits for Psychologists are also available. Suited for BCBAs, BCaBAs, & Psychologists!

This 2 hour CE webinar will teach participants how to use behavior analysis to assess and treat sleep problems in typically developing children as well as children on the autism spectrum. Participants will learn how to conceptualize sleep as behavior and how to use the Sleep Assessment and Treatment Tool (Hanley 2005) to guide the assessment and treatment process. This live webinar will be held on February 13th at 1pm ET.

This webinar is designed for behavior analysts, psychologists, and other clinicians who work with children and want to learn more about assessing and treating sleep problems in both typically developing children and children on the autism spectrum. In this webinar, we will start by conceptually analyzing sleep as behavior, and looking at the environmental factors that affect sleep. From there, we will identify common sleep problems in children and look at what typically causes them. Participants will also learn how to assess sleep problems, with a brief introduction to Dr. Hanley's Sleep Assessment and Treatment Tool (SATT; 2005), and discuss some common behavioral treatment strategies for sleep problems. By the end of the webinar, participants should be able to conceptualize sleep problems through the lens of the behavior analytic contingency, identify
common sleep problems in children, and identify and describe at least three behavioral sleep treatment strategies. Participants will also be provided with resources to further explore the assessment and treatment of sleep problems including the SATT and data-based research articles on the treatment of sleep problems. This webinar will be taught by Dr. Keira Moore, BCBA-D, LABA (MA), a 2015 graduate of the Western New England University Ph.D. program in Behavior Analysis.
Dr. Moore has been working with children in the field of behavior analysis for over 15 years. She currently runs Moore behavior Consulting, a behavior analytic consulting company, focused on the assessment and treatment of sleep problems (www.moorebehaviorconsulting.com).


Learning Objectives:


-Participants will conceptually analyze sleep as behavior.
-Participants will identify at least 4 common sleep problems in children.
-Participants will identify at least 4 common causes of sleep problems in children.
-Participants will review the Sleep Assessment and Treatment Tool (SATT) and describe when
and how it is used.
-Participants will describe at least three behavioral strategies for treating sleep problems.

 

Relevant articles:

Jin, C. S., Hanley, G.P., & Beaulieu, L. (2013). An individualized and comprehensive approach to treating sleep problems in young children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 46, 161-180
(https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jaba.16)

France, K. G., & Blampied, N. M. (2005).Modifications of systematic ignoring in the management of infant sleep disturbance: Efficacy and infant distress. Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 27, 1–16.
(https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J019v27n01_01)

Friman, P. C., Hoff, K. E., Schnoes, C., Freeman, K. A., Woods, D.W., & Blum, N. (1999). The bedtime pass: An approach to bedtime crying and leaving the room. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 153, 1027–1029.
(https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/fullarticle/347942)

Piazza, C. C., & Fisher, W. W. (1991b). A faded bedtime with response cost protocol for treatment of multiple sleep problems in children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 24, 129–140.
(https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1901/jaba.1991.24-129)

Mazzone, L., Postorino, V., Siracusano, M., Riccioni, A., & Curatolo, P. (2018). The Relationship between Sleep Problems, Neurobiological Alterations, Core Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Psychiatric Comorbidities. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 7, 102.
(https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0383/7/5/102)

 

How it works:

  • Purchase access via this product page. Select whichever day works best for you!
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  • Your attendance will be verified during the webinar via "poll" questions that will be asked at random intervals. If you do not respond to a sufficient number of these questions, you will not earn CE credit for attending; therefore, it is critical that you sign in to the webinar on-time AND remain present at your device during the entire webinar so that you can participate. (The "poll" questions are not "test" questions and therefore are not designed to assess your knowledge; their purpose is to confirm that you are physically attending and actively attentive to the event.)
  • Once the webinar has ended and after your attendance has been confirmed by BDS staff, you will be given access to a survey module on our learning platform (you will receive an email with instructions on accessing the survey module). If you did not sign in on time, or if you logged off early, or if you did not respond to sufficient poll questions, you may not be invited to take the survey and earn CE credit due to failure to meet our attendance criterion. 
  • Once you complete the survey module, your CE certificate will automatically be generated by our online learning platform! 
     

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Agencies or groups who purchase seats of 10 or more get 15% off per seat! Please contact support@behaviordevelopmentsolutions.com PRIOR TO PURCHASE for details!

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