Webinar: The Application Of Applied Behavior Analysis In A Short-Term Crisis Setting Across Diverse Populations

Date/Time

Friday, Feb 16, 2024
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1 CE

Individuals who face chronic distress and challenging behaviors may face a lifetime of reactive-based treatment in order to mitigate the most immediate crisis which may increase the likelihood of recidivism in said treatments. 

The application and outcomes of applied behavior analysis (ABA) is well documented with the autism spectrum population but very little has been shown outside of this group.

This presentation will review how ABA principles are applied in an acute inpatient setting across varying populations. A framework is given to learners to identify the root cause of challenging behaviors that may aid in developing preventative strategies.

Learning Objectives;

Discuss the basics of applied behavior analysis principles.
Recognize how these principles are applied to a different setting across different populations.
Identify ways and strategies to apply these principles to their own settings.


This activity is intended for psychologists, social workers, counselors, behavior analysts, and other mental health professionals.


Sponsored By: Sheppard Pratt

Cost: Free


For questions, email cme@sheppardpratt.org


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