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Part 1-3 Bundle: Introduction to ACT, Promoting Dignity with ACT and ACT for Persons with Autism & Other Developmental Disorders

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100% of the proceeds from these courses will be used to support a Life After Cancer Treatment:  What’s Next? educational webinar sponsored by the Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC) www.foundationforwomenscancer.org. FWC’s mission is to support women who have or who are at risk for developing cancer by offering awareness, education and research programs.

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Part 1. Introduction to ACT for Behavior Analysts by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

CEs: 2 Type II BACB This webinar provides an overview of the theoretical assumptions underlying ACT, including a discussion of its core components. The webinar also provides a rationale for why ACT makes sense for use with adolescents and adults with autism and other developmental disorders, as well as their caregivers.
$75.00

Part 2. Promoting Dignity with ACT: Representative Research by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

CEs: 2 Type II Ethics BACB This webinar justifies how ACT can be used to promote dignity and autonomy in the populations we serve, including when implemented with parents and staff. Representative research using ACT with staff and individuals with developmental disorders are showcased. Additionally, the professional and ethical compliance code for behavior analysts is interwoven throughout the presentation to discuss our ethical requirements as behavior analysts in promoting the dignity of our clients.
$75.00

Part 3. ACT for Persons with Autism & Other Developmental Disorders: Tools & Techniques by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

CEs: 2 Type II BACB This webinar demonstrates specific exercises available in commercially available ACT guides and manuals that may be used successfully with individuals with developmental disorders and their caregivers. Attendees will view video examples of implementation of these exercises and have the opportunity to listen to Dr. Rehfeldt answer common questions relating to the implementation of ACT with autism and other developmental disorders.
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Part 1. Introduction to ACT for Behavior Analysts by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

Learning Objectives:

  1. Attendees will be able to provide a rationale for the adoption of ACT by behavior analysts working with teens and adults
  2. Attendees will be able to explain the relationship between RFT and ACT
  3. Attendees will be able to discuss 2 core components of ACT in conjunction with some clinical examples

Part 2. Promoting Dignity with ACT: Representative Research by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will be able to identify and explain the general procedures and results from studies exploring the use of ACT in conjunction with ABA.
  2. 2. Participants will be able to explain how valid, reliable measures of behavior change and solid research designs can be used to determine the effectiveness of interventions based on ACT.
  3. Participants will be able to explain how  representative research fits in with guidelines for ethical conduct.

Part 3. ACT for Persons with Autism & Other Developmental Disorders: Tools & Techniques by Dr. Ruth Ann Rehfeldt, BCBA-D

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will be able to explain and provide examples of each component of the hexaflex
  2. Participants will be able to provide examples of how to incorporate each component of the hexaflex within their intervention sessions
  3. Participants will be able to explain how to structure programs to incorporate research from ACT