Our latest BACB CE Opportunity
Principles of ACT and Parent Training: Value-Based Approach
Presenter - Adrienne Bradley, M. Ed., BCBA., LBA
Prior research has demonstrated both the efficacy of behavioral parent training in effectively teaching parent skill implementation; and of an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) base training program in improving perceived parenting abilities. The purpose of the presentation will be to assess current BCBA perspectives towards difficult parent training and using ACT principles to achieve more collaborative and efficient parent training strategies. ACT based training component, following a behavior parent training, in increasing participant integrity of skill implementation will all be addressed.
1. Participants will learn about the principles of ACT
2. Participants will identify ethical and effective strategies toward parent training
3. Participants will identify current behavior that may be a barrier to effective parent training
1.0 Learning BACB CE
(0.0 Learning/Ethics BACB CE)
COFFEE & CEUs
Meet the DBA Board:
Dr. Pavone, BCBA, LBA is an assistant professor and the program chair for the MA and EDS in Behavior Analysis degrees at Lindenwood University. Her current research interests include dissemination of the pragmatic science of human behavior, open educational resources in ABA, performance management/diagnostics, and behavior analytic approaches to changing eating and exercise behaviors.
Teressa Borrayo (she, her), Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis. Behavior Analyst at Collaborative Autism Management Programs. 10 years in the field of Early Intervention and Applied Behavior Analysis. Specialities in the field include Early Intervention, Parent Education, Functional Communication Training, and Supervision. Teressa enjoys sharing her knowledge in the field and has plans of opening a center based ABA program in the future.
Salena Schilling, MA BCBA, has been in the field since 2010, primarily in clinical work with adults diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Her interests and research are always expanding. She has had a variety of leadership positions outside of the field and is excited to bring her passion to the arena she enjoys so much.
Rebecca Olaguez (she, her), Bachelors in Child Development and a BCaBA. Clinical Supervisor at Collaborative Autism Management Programs. 5 years in the field of Early Intervention and Applied Behavior Analysis. Specialities in the field include Early Intervention, Registered Behavior Technician Supervision/Training, Parent Education, Adaptive Skills, and Supervision. Rebecca enjoys being a dog mom and reading in her free time.
Williams Espericueta Luna is currently a graduate student within the Master of Science in Behavior Analysis program at the University of North Texas. One of his favorite behavior analytic activities is teaching others about behavior analysis, it’s principles, and how behavior analysis can help make the world a better place. Mr. Espericueta Luna is excited to bring the same level of enthusiasm to the Dissemination of Behavior Analysis Special Interest Group.