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ABACLive Webinar with Dr. T.V. Joe Layng

April 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Dr. T.V. Joe Layng, ABACLive Webinar

Presented through the ABACLive Cambridge Center Series. Helping those who help others, one live webinar at a time.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 pm (Eastern)

This event is FREE for the general public.*

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Abstract

Over the past several years, evidence-based therapies such as CBT, ACT, FAP, and others, have become increasingly popular. While differing in their procedures, they all share a common characteristic: they largely rely on what may be considered linear analyses and topical interventions. A different approach is described here that has the potential to add to the therapist’s analytical tool box. In contrast to the more common therapies, it is derived from nonlinear (consequential) contingency analysis (NCA) and offers the possibility of systemic as well as topical interventions. NCA and its developmental history, previously described by Layng (2009), is the result of decades-long research, much of which was conducted at the University of Chicago by Israel Goldiamond, his colleagues, and students over 40 years ago. This webinar provides an introductory exploration and explanation of nonlinear contingency analysis illustrated with case studies often found among the most challenging.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this presentation the participants will be able to:

  1. Distinguish between pathological and constructional approaches to clinical practice.

  2. Distinguish between linear and nonlinear analysis in clinical practice.

  3. Participants will distinguish between topical and systemic interventions clinical practice

*This event is FREE for the general public. For those that want a certificate of completion for continuing education credits please purchase the discounted CEs. This event is being offered at the discounted ABACLive Cambridge Center Series price for 2 Type II CEUs. (Register on ABAC website.)

Behavior Analysts may earn continuing education for viewing the live event or recording.

Behavior Analysts: 3 Type II CEUs (Visit ABAC website for complete information.)

The ABACLive Cambridge Center Series of webinars are presented by Board of Directors, Trustees, Advisors, Senior Fellows of the prestigious Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.

The ABACLive Cambridge Center Series is the result of a collaboration between The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies (CCBS) and The Applied Behavior Analysis Center, Inc (ABAC) designed to make behavioral health education accessible to the global community of professionals working to make a positive difference in the lives of others.

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Details

Date:
April 17
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Website:
https://www.abacnj.com/product/nca-was-the-future/

Venue

Your desktop or mobile device!

Organizers

ABAC, Inc.
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies