Positive Practices in Behavioral Support Through Nonlinear Applied Behavior Analysis
A seminar series introducing an evidence-based model of positive behavioral support
During this is a 4-day training program you will learn:
How to improve the quality of life for people with challenging and complex needs using evidence-based strategies
How to reduce or eliminate restrictive practices and restraints
How to conduct a Comprehensive Functional Assessment including a functional analysis of behavior
How to develop a multielement Positive Behavior Support Plan based
on a functional assessment
How to regain rapid and safe control over crisis situations using
How to ensure that the PBS plans that you write are consistently implemented
Gary W. LaVigna, PhD, BCBA-D
Continuing Education for BCBAs available
Assessment and Analysis of Severe and Challenging Behaviour:
A Longitudinal Practicum
This programme is an advanced longitudinal training practicum in which programme participants are provided systematic guidance and feedback in developing and implementing a positive, person-centred, multielement support plan for persons served by the participant's agency.
Beginning: 23 – 25 July in Brisbane
plus three additional 2-day follow-up sessions that will be scheduled for individual and group feedback. All follow-up sessions will be held in Brisbane.
Questions: Contact John Marshall by email (email@example.com) or by telephone (03 9016 4350). This a Skype number that rings John's mobile phone in the US. Please leave a message if there is no answer.