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Child Doing Art Activity

Writing Art-Based Treatment Goals That Make Impact

On Demand

1 CE Course


Learn how to write meaningful and socially significant objectives with Art, RFT, and Behavior Analysis.

This course, taught by Natasha Bouchillon, MS, BCBA provides an introductory overview of relational frame theory and its use in behavior analytic practice. Learn how to write effective treatment goals that utilize Art and are rooted in evidence-based practices of Behavior Analysis and RFT.

Duration: 50 min

General Learning Type CEs
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:

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

  • Describe the basics of Relational Frame Theory and its use in Art-based practices or learning settings.

  • Identify key traits of a lesson plan or treatment goal that effectively utilizes RFT and Art while meeting ethical guidelines in behavior analytic practice.

  • List a reason why Art and RFT could inform our process as educators or therapists

Instructor: Natasha Bouchillon, Psy.M., BCBA

Creator & CEO, Canvas ABA-Art

Ace Individual Provider

Natasha Bouchillon is an Authorized Continuing Education Provider (ACE) approved by the BACB® to offer continuing education (#IP-23-10195)
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