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Andy Bondy, Ph.D. – How to get children with ASD to communicate

1.5 Type 2 CE Credits: The selection of an approach to help children with autism acquire communication skills is remarkably challenging. This talk will review many of the issues that relate to evidence-based practices that aim to improve broad language skills, including the acquisition of an array of verbal operants as well as skills associated with […]

Terry McSween, Ph.D – Preventing Serious Injury: How Can BBS Contribute?

Behavior based safety (BBS) has become a widely known practice throughout organizations as a way to reduce accidents and injuries in the workplace. Dr. McSween’s presentation highlights why BBS may not be working to prevent serious injuries and how this problem can be addressed. Terry McSween, Ph.D. is CEO/President of Quality Safety Edge (QSE). In 1990, Terry founded […]

Janet S. Twyman, Ph.D., BCBA, NYSLBA – Blending Behavior Science and Digital Technology: Are We Ready for “Education 3.0″?

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS Annual Meeting of the Trustees 1.0 Type II CE Credit Worldwide, the explosion of digital technologies of all forms puts us in the midst of a revolution in education, across both K-12 and universities. The use of technology-powered learning holds great promise as efficacious and egalitarian means to help increasing numbers of […]

Dr. Phil Hineline – An elephant in our verbal room

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS Annual Meeting of the Trustees 1.0 Type II CE Credit “An elephant in the room” is understood as something important and omnipresent that the affected people do not acknowledge. Metaphorically speaking, narrative is such an elephant with respect to the community of behavior analysts. Narrative permeates not only […]

Heather Flores and Panel – Issues in Serving Diverse Populations

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference on Autism Research supports early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) for children with autism in order to take advantage of brain plasticity in early learning. Knowing that this type of intervention is valuable is one thing, but sometimes those attempting to offer or provide intervention […]

Peter Gerhardt, Ed.D. – Adaptive Behavior: Applications of ABA toward community competence and independence for adolescents and adults with ASD.

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference for Autism 1.5 Type II CE Credits With those individuals who were on the leading edge of the autism “epidemic” approaching the age of transition to adulthood there is increasing attention being paid to evidence-based practice (EVP) with adolescents and adults on the autism […]

Rob Holdsambeck, Ed.D., LCP, BCBA-D – Managing Stress and Understanding Chaos: A guide for those who live, love and work with people on the Autism spectrum

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference on Autism 1.0 Type II CE Credit The world is filled with challenging events. Providing care for people who have special needs can be very stressful. Numerous studies suggest that how we handle that stress can have a profound impact on our effectiveness, our […]

William L. Heward, Ed.D., BCBA – Helping School-Age Students with Autism Succeed in Regular Classrooms

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference on Autism 1.5 Type II CE Credits The most scientifically documented outcomes of maximum benefit to children with autism have been achieved by early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) with children under age 6. While some children who have received EIBI make a smooth transition […]

Dr. Angelica Grindle – Back to Basics: Why did you do that?!

This presentation was filmed at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY Free 30 minute presentation! Due to presentation length, not eligible for CE Credit Checklists, behavioral observations, BBS teams, leadership support, employee engagement, culture change—one often hears these terms when talking about behavior-based safety.  However, what do these words really mean and […]

Dr. Julie Smith – Hardwiring Best Practices in Hospitals Using a New Behavior-Based Management System

This presentation was recorded at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY 1.0 Type II CE Credit Over $1 trillion can be captured in the next decade by reducing variations in the cost and quality of care. To capture this prize, best practices will need to be developed and scaled aggressively. West Virginia […]

Dr. Tim Ludwig – Workplace Safety: The Futility of Blaming the Workers

This presentation was recording at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY 1.0 Type 2 CE Credit Want to turn the lights off on your safety culture?  Then go and blame the worker.  Call out the fact that injuries are their fault … and lose the chance to learn.  Instead, approach the incident […]

Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels – Will Technology Ruin the Safety Profession?

This presentation was filmed at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY 1.0 Type 2 CE Credit About the Presentation: The rate of technological change in the business world is accelerating every month.  How will these changes affect those charged with keeping the workforce safe?  Is it possible that they will be replaced […]

Dr. E. Scott Geller – Seven Life Lessons from Humanistic Behaviorism: How to bring the best out of yourself and others

1.5 Type II CE Credit Seven evidence-based guidelines for improving the quality and increasing the frequency of desirable behavior are described and illustrated as relevant for benefiting human welfare and well-being. If practiced extensively, these life lessons would most assuredly improve overall quality of life by reducing interpersonal conflict and bullying, preventing the occurrence of […]

Dr. Robert Horner – Bringing Behavior Analysis to School Systems (2010)

2 Level II CE Credits In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project Dr Robert Horner – Bringing Behavior Analysis to School Systems (2010) Dr Robert Horner is probably best known for his extensive work in Positive Behavior […]

Dr. Raymond Romanczyk: Influencing Behavior Analysis (2010)

1 Level II CE Credit In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Dr Raymond Romanczyk: Influencing Behavior Analysis. Dr Raymond Romanczyk is everywhere. From positions of influence in the Association for Professional Behavior Analysts, to the American […]

Dr. Raymond Miltenberger: For Safety’s Sake (2011)

1.5 Level II CE Credits In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Dr Raymond Miltenberger: For Safety’s Sake Raymond Miltenberger has taken safety training to a whole new level. While at Western Michigan, Dr. Miltenberger was heavily […]

Dr. Patrick Friman: An Atypical Behavior Analyst for Typical Kids (2010)

2 Level II CE Credits In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Patrick Friman: An Atypical Behavior Analyst for Typical Kids As the Director of Clinical Services at BoysTown, and as a Professor of Pediatrics at the […]

Dr. Mark Sundberg: Mapping Verbal Behavior (2010)

1.0 Level II CE Credit In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Mark Sundberg: Mapping Verbal Behavior Dr. Mark Sundberg, through his own efforts as well as partnering with others, has brought verbal behavior to a whole […]

Dr. John Lutzker: Social Services on a Socially Significant Scale (2010)

1.5 Level II CE Credits In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Dr John Lutzker: Social Services on a Socially Significant Scale. Dr. John Lutzker has blazed a trail in social services, much like one of his […]

Dr. E. Scott Geller: Caring About Social Significance (2011)

1.5 Type II CE Credits In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project: Dr E. Scott Geller: Caring About Social Significance Scott Geller is arguably one of the most prolific researchers in the field of behavior analysis. He […]

Dr. Patrick Friman: Changing Lives: Early Intensive Behavioral Interventions

2.5 Level II CE Credits The University of Massachusetts Medical School/EK Shriver Center and the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies collaborated to produce a panel-style video addressing current questions in educating individuals diagnosed with autism. The panel moderator was Dr. Patrick Friman, Director of the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health and Clinical Professor in […]

Todd Risley, Mont Wolf, Don Baer, and R. Vance Hall- Applied Behavior Analysis Research Designs (1974 and 2011)

2.0 Level II CE Credits Todd Risley, Mont Wolf, Don Baer, and R. Vance Hall (from left to right) discuss the origins of single-subject research designs in this classic 1974 film originally produced by H & H. Restored and re-digitized, this is available due to the generosity of R. Vance Hall and Bob Hoyt. Here […]

Dr. Murray Sidman Interview

Dr. Murray Sidman responded to questions from the European Journal of Behavior Analysis about his contributions to the science of applied behavior analysis, as well as current topics in the field. Rigorous research methodologies along with our approach to populations outside of behavior analysis continue to be paramount to the dissemination and acceptance of our […]

Robert K. Ross, Ed.D, BCBA-D – ABA and DIR/Floortime: Compatible or Incompatible?

1.5 Type II CE Credits/ 1.5 Ethics Credits Behavior analysts providing Early intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may be asked to provide other interventions or collaborate with those providing other services. A large number of supplemental and or competing therapies exist, some of which have empirical support while […]

Hank Pennypacker, Ph.D – Strategies and Tactics of Behavioral Research

1.0 Type 2 CE Credit:  The search for answers to the causes of behavior originates with the advent of language and progresses from invented explanations through social scientific formulations to our present day natural scientific approach known as behavior analysis. This presentation traces this history with emphasis on the origins of measurement in the social sciences […]

Mary Jane Weiss, Ph.D. – Applying the Guidelines in Context: Ethical decision making, ethical supervision, and ethical training

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits Translating the ethical guidelines from a code of behavior into conduct in real-life contexts is a multi-component skill set. In this presentation, we will review the abilities that comprise this essential skill set, and will describe how to apply a problem-solving framework to ethical challenges. Application examples […]

Andy Bondy, Ph.D. – Multicultural Aspects of Ethical Practice

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits The application of strategies based upon the science associated with Applied Behavior Analysis requires constant referencing to the ethical standards of particular communities. Factors that might influence this process involve issues related to private vs. public schools and other public community settings, cultural factors related to familial […]

Aubrey C. Daniels, Ph. D. – “Business Ethics: Is there such a thing?” with introductory remarks “Ethics in Professional Practice: Are there really 50 shades of grey?”

1.5 Type 2 CE Credits  1.5 Ethics Credits This presentation was filmed at the 2012 CCBS Ethics in Professional Practice Conference About the Presentation: Business Ethics: Is there such a thing? Psychologists and other professionals are often asked to work with businesses to help them become more productive. Many of these professionals are not prepared to […]

Hank Pennypacker, Ph.D. – The Ethics of Buying in Without Selling Out

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits A short history of the basic research underlying the MammaCare Method of Manual Breast Examination will be presented. The role of measurement in the dissemination of the resulting technology will be discussed Also, the benefits to consumers of intellectual property protection will be described. Modes of dissemination […]