Practical Functional Assessments and Skill-Based Treatment Workshop

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Practical Functional Assessments and Skill-Based Treatment Workshop
With Dr. Greg Hanley

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Description

BCBAs, BCaBAs, RBTs, paraprofessionals, special education teachers, special education directors, principals, school psychologists, superintendents, and school staff are invited to this two-day workshop with Dr. Greg Hanley February 13–14, 2025! At the workshop, you’ll learn more about:

  • Practical Functional Assessments (PFA), which prioritize safety, dignity, and rapport with students exhibiting problem behaviors
  • Skill-Based Treatment (SBT), which consists of progressively teaching communication, toleration, and contextually appropriate behaviors

BCBAs are eligible for CEUs through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and certificated educators can earn clock hours through ESD 113. Registration is open through January 31, 2025.

Details

Behavior Supports in Schools Conference

When: February 13–14, 2025 | 8 am–4 pm

Where: Capital Region ESD 113 | 6005 Tyee Dr SW Tumwater, WA 98512

Who can join?: This training is open to BCBAs, BCaBAs, RBTs, paraprofessionals, special education teachers, special education directors, principals, school psychologists, superintendents, and other school staff.

Credits: 13 CEUs for BCBAs will be available through CEUHelper. Certificated educators can receive 13 clock hours through pdEnroller.

Questions: Stefanie Lamont

Registration Details

Registration cost: $350

Registration is open May 17, 2024–January 31, 2025.

Facilitator

Facilitator

Greg Hanley, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA,  has been applying the principles of learning to improve socially important behaviors of children and adults with and without disabilities for 35 years. He started in direct care and management roles in ICFs/MR (1990–94), worked on the Neurobehavioral Unit at the Kennedy Krieger Institute (1994–97), was degreed at the University of Florida (2001), was tenured at the University of Kansas (2006), and developed and directed the Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program and Life Skills Clinic at Western New England University (WNEU; 2007–19).

Dr. Hanley is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Div. 25), past Associate Editor of The Behavior Analyst, and past Editor of Behavior Analysis in Practice and of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. He has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and several book chapters primarily focused on the assessment, treatment, and prevention of problem behavior and sleep problems, teaching strategies for developing life skills, and empirically-derived values for practitioners.

Dr. Hanley currently advises doctoral candidates as a Research Professor at WNEU and leads FTF Behavioral, the international training and consulting group based in Worcester, Massachusetts.