Event Details:
Thursday, January 26, 2017, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Bridging the Service Gap between Skill Acquisition and Treatment of Problem Behavior: Use of Activity Schedules

Professional Continuing Education Seminar Series

Join us for this workshop that is part of our intermediate to advanced-level workshop series for human services and behavioral healthcare professionals working in clinical, educational, medical, and rehabilitation settings.
Instructor: Kristina Gerencser, Ph.D., BCBA
Description: This presentation will describe a potential service gap between the two fields of skill acquisition and treatment for problem behavior. There is a lot of utility of both specialties; however they often operate in isolation. For example the use of activity schedules can be a useful tool to promote independence, which can be incorporated into many clients’ interventions. Two examples of the use of activity schedules related to teaching complex social play and appropriate waiting skill when preferred items are unavailable will be discussed. 
Continuing Education Credits: 1 Continuing Education Credits for BCBA and APA
Register Below. Registration is required for all who attend. Registration for this event does commit you for attendance at this CE workshop. If you need to cancel, cancellations must be received 24 hours prior to the event by e-mail to

Fee: $30 for guests; May Institute employees may attend free-of-charge.

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