A Behavioral Systems Approach to Ethics Training and Supervision
July 20, 2019 at 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Presented by Guest Speaker Dr. Matt Brodhead, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Matt will be presenting remotely from Michigan. Registration is below. Once registered, we will send you a link that you will use to log in to the live webinar on Saturday, July 20th.
Professional and ethical behaviors are critical for high quality care and consumer protection. By using behavioral systems, behavior analysts may increase the probability of employees engaging in professional and ethical behaviors. This presentation will survey the basic components of behavioral systems analysis, and discuss strategies for using behavioral systems in clinical practice. Then, attendees will engaged in guided practice activities that are designed to help them put behavioral systems to use, and to assist attendees in creating customized systems of ethical oversight that align with the values of their employees and the individuals they serve.
Seminar Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
- identify the core components of behavioral systems
- analyze existing environmental variables using performance diagnostic tools
- develop a basic behavioral system to teach ethical behavior using behavioral systems analysis
- identify ethical problems using behavioral systems
- translate the BACB code of ethics into a customized process or policy that meets their specific service delivery needs
Continuing Education Opportunity
KGH Autism Services is an authorized ACE Provider. This event is eligible for 4 Type II Ethics CEUs for $40.00.
Dr. Matt Brodhead, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Matthew T. Brodhead is an assistant professor at Michigan State University and the Research Director of the Early Learning Institute. His research examines focused social skill interventions for children with autism. He also writes about conceptual issues relating to the ethical and professional behavior of practicing behavior analysts. He is on the editorial board of multiple journals, including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Behavior Analysis in Practice. He is also the co-guest editor for the forthcoming special issue in Behavior Analysis in Practice on diversity and equity in the practice of behavior analysis. Through workshops and consultation, he has established multiple school-based programs for children with autism, and he has provided training to teachers, related service providers, and behavior analysts both nationally and internationally. Finally, he specializes in program evaluation for both applied behavior analysis and public school placements for individuals with autism.