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Applications of Relational Frame Theory with Children with Autism: A Practical Introduction with Dr. Jordan Belisle
Applications of Relational Frame Theory are taking over ABA treatments for children with autism and related disabilities. We are only just beginning to understand how children learn to speak with meaning and listen with understanding. This webinar will discuss similarities and differences between Verbal Behavior and Relational Framing models of language learning. Both approaches are needed for a truly comprehensive approach to language and cognitive training. We will also review how language - meaningful language - may begin to self-organize once developed, resulting in changes in broader language learning repertoires. We will focus on taking ABA into the future, reviewing practical examples of how relational operants are assessed and taught, and pausing for interaction with live attendees throughout. Access to the webinar will also be available for purchase after the live recording. Welcome to this scientific and practical revolution in our field.
Upon completing this webinar, participants will be able to:
1. Describe similarities and differences between Verbal Behavior and Relational Frame Theory models of human language learning
2. Discuss non-arbitrary relational responding as a building block to symbolic referential language
3. Develop procedures for assessing and targeting mutual entailment and combinatorial entailment as generalized relational operants
4. Discuss the potential self-organization of human language learning

Jan 16, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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