Available for both BACB and Psychology credits. The activity for this course involves reading the book A Clinical Treatment Guide to 10 Common Pediatric Behavioral Problems by Ennio Cipani, Ph.D., and then taking a test. The book can be downloaded for free here.
Available for both BACB (6 Type II credits) and/or 6 Psychology credits. The activity for this course involves reading the book 25 Essential Skills & Strategies for the Professional Behavior Analyst by Dr. Jon Bailey and Dr. Mary Burch and then taking an online test.
Available for both BACB and Psychology credits. At the completion of this CE course, the learner will be able to describe the gaze shift in joint attention from a behavior-analytic perspective. Earn 2.5 Type II BACB and/or 2.5 Psychology credits upon completing this activity.
Available for both BACB and Psychology CE credits, this course will prepare you to reduce or eliminate elopement through development of function-based interventions. Questions are based on the article, “Elopement of Children with Autism: What We Know, Successful Interventions, and Practical Tips for Parents and Caregivers,” authored by Heather Walker and David McAdam. This article is published by NYSABA and it is available within the module or from NYSABA.org. Earn 1.5 Type II BACB and/or 1.5 Psychology CE credits upon completing this activity.
by Dr. Laura Seiverling, Psychologist and BCBA-D, and Elise Jusko, CCC-SLP
Earn 3 BACB Type 2 CE credits! Continuing Education credits for Psychologists are also available. Suited for BCBAs, BCaBAs, Psychologists, SLPs, and more!
This 3 hour CE workshop will teach participants how to describe typical feeding development, identify the role of various disciplines involved in multidisciplinary feeding evaluations, identify common medical and environmental factors that may lead to a feeding problem, and learn the role of both SLPs and BCBAs in assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders. Case examples will be provided. In addition, the presenters will review the various factors that may lead to a feeding problem and will provide an overview of typical feeding development. This LIVE webinar will be held on March 22nd from 11:30am to 2:30pm Eastern Time.