Description: Behavior analysts supporting children and adolescents are often asked by parents or other care providers to provide support in public schools. Although behavior analysts have much to offer education, it can be difficult to build a collaborative and effective working relationship with teachers and other educational professionals. In this workshop, we will delineate proven strategies for initiating a consultation relationship and building a collaborative working relationship. Attendees will build skills in developing and using two collaborative models, one for supporting a specific student and the second for building classroom and/or school-wide capacity in supporting students with autism spectrum disorder.
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