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Getting Started in Applied Behavior Analysis and Art

On-Demand Course / Asynchronous

This course, taught by Natasha Bouchillon, MS, BCBA provides an introductory overview of current research within the field regarding Art and its use in assessment or treatment of socially significant behaviors.

Instructor:

  • Natasha Bouchillon, MS, BCBA, and Artist

Duration:

  • 75 min

1.5 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs

Provided upon course completion​

Intended Audience:

  • Students in Applied Behavior Analysis Programs

  • Credentialled professionals (BCaBA, BCBA, BCBA-D)

  • Other healthcare or mental health professionals interested in behavior analytic approaches to creative behavior change.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe art behavior and operational defenitions of creating or experiencing art.

  2. Describe a general approach to assessing creative behavior.

  3. List a reason why art could be an important tool in assessment and treatment of socially significant behaviors.

  4. Describe how to approach the use of arts within a behavior analytic scope.

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$45 CEU

Please note that after signup, you will receive an email to confirm your registration and a follow up email with the event details, how to submit for CEU credit, and joining the event.

Students may sign up for course, even though you do not receive CEU credits.

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