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Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

Functional Analysis and Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders

FUNCTIONAL  ANALYSIS  AND  TREATMENT OF  SEVERE  BEHAVIOR DISORDERS: METHODS FOR CLINICIANS & EDUCATORS

Presenter: BRIAN IWATA, Ph.D.
www.bisoxford.comSponsored by Behavior Intervention Specialists, Inc.

The most significant advancement in the assessment of severe behavior disorders over the past 20 years has been the development of functional analysis methodology.  This approach has been mandated in a number of federal standards, state guidelines, court decisions, and in IDEA amendments of 1997, 2004. Extensive research has shown that functional analyses are invaluable in guiding decisions about treatment selection and can produce clinically significant outcomes without the necessity of using punishment procedures.  As a result, functional analysis is now considered “best practice” for identifying the causes (maintaining variables) of behavior problems such as self-injury, aggression, stereotypy, and noncompliance.

Dr. Brian  Iwata received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Florida State University and is currently Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Florida, Director of the Florida Center on Self-Injury, and Director of the UF-ARC Prader-Willi Syndrome Program.  He previously held faculty appointment at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Western Michigan University.  Dr. Iwata is the field’s foremost researcher on functional analysis methodology, and in this workshop he will provide a comprehensive review of all the currently used techniques. The emphasis will be on translating research into practical application, with extensive use of case examples, audience exercises, and handouts.

Continuing Education Credits

Must attend two full days – No partial credit.     

Psychologists:  Behavior Intervention Specialists, Inc. (BIS) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  BIS maintains responsibility for the program and its content.  The program offers 11 CE credits.

Board Certified Behavior Analysts:  BIS is a Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) approved continuing education provider.   The program offers 12 CE credits [Type 2].

All other participants will receive a general certificate of attendance.

Workshop Objectives:  See our website, www.bisoxford.com for the complete brochure, which includes behavioral objectives.  Difficulty level of material – intermediate level.

Who Should Attend: This workshop provides essential information for program administrators, behavior analysts, psychologists, QMRPs, special education staff, and supervisors of direct care providers.  The procedures can be implemented across a variety of settings – such as group homes, residential facilities, workshops, school settings, and supervised employment sites.

Workshop Format:  The presentation will include lecture, graphics, video, and discussion of specific concerns shared by the audience.  Case study and other workshop materials will be used to facilitate audience participation in development of treatment plans.

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 
Day 1  8 to 9 Registration & Continental Breakfast –  9 till  4  Workshop –  Lunch 12 – 1 (on own)
Day 2  8 to 8:30 Continental Breakfast  –  8:30 till 2:30  Workshop  –  Lunch 11:30 – 12:30 (on own)

REGISTRATION   Please complete the registration form, or a photocopy, and mail with check or money order or agency purchase order or voucher, to Behavior Intervention Specialists, Inc, 1739 University Ave #350, Oxford, MS 38655-4109.  Our Federal ID # is 63-0935244.
You may fax registration and purchase order to 662-234-0553.  We do not accept credit cards.

Early registration:  $315 per person; three or more, $290 each, if postmarked no later than [see date under specific location listing below] with check or purchase order enclosed.
Late registration:  $345 per person; three or more, $310 each.  Please call ahead to confirm that workshop space is available and that the schedule has not changed.
Cancellation policy:   Full refund if you notify BIS at least seven days before workshop date; 50% refund if notified at least 48 hours before workshop; no refund thereafter. This applies to payments by check, purchase order, or other types of reservation.
Additional Information:   Please call Dr. Walt Antonow at 662-234-1640 for any additional information regarding the workshop, or if registering late.    The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (“BACB”) does not sponsor, approve or endorse Behavior Intervention Specialists, Inc., the materials,
information or sessions identified herein.

LOCATIONS AND DATES OF WORKSHOPS

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT         SEPTEMBER 6 -7, 2012
Hilton Hartford Hotel,  315 Trumbull Street, Hartford, CT Telephone (860) 728-5151
Early registration date ends August 20

COLUMBUS,  OHIO           OCTOBER 4 – 5, 2012
Renaissance Columbus Hotel, 50 North 3rd St., Columbus, OH.  Telephone (614) 228-5050
Early registration date ends September 19

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA          OCTOBER 18-19, 2012
Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites,  8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN.
Telephone (317) 846-2700      Early registration date ends October 1

CHARLOTTE, NORTH  CAROLINA            NOVEMBER  8 – 9, 2012
Hilton Charlotte University Place, 8629 JM Keynes Dr., Charlotte, NC Telephone  (704) 916-2807
Early registration date ends October 24

SAN JOSE,  CALIFORNIA      DECEMBER 10-11,  2012
San Jose Hilton, 300 Almaden Blvd., San Jose, CA.           Telephone (408) 287-2100
Early registration date ends November 21

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA        DECEMBER 12-13,  2012
Marriott Anaheim Suites,  12015 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA.     Telephone (714) 750-1000
Early registration date ends November 21

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