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46th Annual Convention; Washington DC; 2020

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Panel #550
CE Offered: BACB — 
Supervision
Expanding Our Competence and Collaborations: Behavior Analysis in Mental and Medical Health
Monday, May 25, 2020
3:00 PM–3:50 PM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Level 1, Salon A
Area: CBM; Domain: Translational
CE Instructor: Teresa Camille Kolu, Ph.D.
Chair: Evelyn Gould (McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School; FirstSteps for Kids, Inc.)
TERESA CAMILLE KOLU (Cusp Emergence)
JEFF KUPFER (University of Colorado Denver)
KEN WINN (Firefly Autism)
Abstract:

Behavior analysis can bring together multidisciplinary teams responsible for effective programming for diverse clients with concurrent mental health and medical diagnoses. Even so, the early experiences of many ABA program participants and supervisees are characterized by exposure to only a small slice of the many client populations who could benefit from ABA. This panel assembles professionals, professors, and practitioners spanning community practice, medical and university environments to address audience questions on the intersection between behavior analysis and treatment of behavior related to mental health. Discussion points will include answers to recent questions posed by community members and students to university professors and those disseminating behavior analysis on social media, including: What ethical considerations are involved as I treat behavior in a person with concurrent mental health diagnoses? How do we form effective collaborations in mental health and medical hospital settings? How does behavior analysis look in an interdisciplinary environment, and how can I expand my boundaries of competence related to more diverse settings?

Instruction Level: Intermediate
Target Audience:

Intermediate skill behavior analysis level

Learning Objectives: 1. Participants will state actions that behavior analysts can take to collaborate more effectively in multidisciplinary contexts 2. Audience members will give examples of ways behavior analysis applies to supervision settings where mental health diagnoses interact with behavioral health 3. Participants will state ways to expand boundaries of competence in practicing in mental and medical health settings
Keyword(s): competence boundaries, medical health, mental health
 

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