DNA-V/ACT Consult Group for BCBAs
W/Joh Zaporteza Zipser, MEd, BCBA, Tues 12pm-1pm EST/9am-10am PST, CEs for BCBAs
- Started Sep 5Started Sep 5
- 375 US dollars$375
This consultation group is for behavior analysts looking to better integrate ACT/DNAV and ABA who work with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism and other mental health diagnoses. We will discuss cases and conceptualize strategies and interventions to support their clients and their families. Participants are highly encouraged to bring up current cases during group discussions while abiding by HIPAA. Participants can expect to -Discuss ACT/DNAV within ABA to treat families and children diagnosed with autism and related mental health disorders -Create a safe space to share questions, ideas and resources around ACT/DNAV in clinical settings -Gain support and consultation from a clinician with expertise in ACT/DNAV across individuals who are autistic -Support parents of children with autism in implementing socially valid, effective, workable, and generalizable strategies -Gain functional behavioral strategies and techniques while centering social emotional wellbeing and client assent -Ethical concerns with regards to practicing ACT/DNAV within a behavioral scope Intended Audience: Intermediate to Advanced Cost: $375, with an extra $15 fee for CEs. Scholarships or reduced prices are available for practitioners who belong to or serve marginalized communities. Please check our "For Professionals and Students" page to apply Course Objectives -Discuss specific cases to conceptualize ACT/DNAV strategies and techniques to implement in treatment. -Increase fluency in identifying specific deficits and strengths using the DNAV model via group discussion. -Identify specific strategies and interventions within ACT/the DNAV model to implement in treatment. -Participate in experiential exercises to increase knowledge and application of the DNAV model based on functions of behavior. Johanne (Joh) Zaporteza Zipser, MEd, BCBA has been working with families and children diagnosed with autism for over 10 years. She is a Behavior Analyst working at the New England Center for OCD and Anxiety-Los Angeles and a Consultant Behavior Analyst at Little Seeds Consulting. Currently, Joh works with clients who present with complex and challenging behaviors in the home, community and telehealth settings. Joh has presented at conferences and provides support and training to other health care professionals and educators locally and internationally.