Mon, Mar 30 | Online

AIM Live Online Training with Dixon

Sign up for an unforgettable blend of eLearning and Live experiential AIM training with Dixon.
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AIM Live Online Training with Dixon

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2020, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Online

About the Event

Experience an amazing combination of live and on-demand training with Dixon.  Participate live in ACT and AIM lessons, get questions answered and be part of a dynamic digital learning envrionment.  Move between larger workshop style training and small breakout rooms where you work together and build and practice ACT lessons.  Talk about scope of competency and practice.  Join in conversations with seasoned AIM users on the successes and challenges implementing AIM at individual, classroom and entire school levels.  Hear from parents, BCBAs, and teachers all live during the webinar!

How it works:

1. Register for the event.

2. Get an email inviting you to watch 2 seperate three-hour overviews of derived responding, ACT, and mindfulness created by Dr. Dixon.  

3. Complete two brief quizes to check your attending, and competency on these videos.

4. Obtain a second email invite to the live interactive AIM experience that will be held live on March 30th.  

5. Complete another quiz, workshop survey, and acquire your BACB CEUs.

 Learning Objectives: In this AIM training, participants will be able to: 

  1. Describe the general history of mindfulness and how it evolved in the western world.
  2. Explain how a behaivoral conceptualization of mindfulness can be operationalized.
  3. Describe some of the physical and psychological health benefits of mindfulness, and the distinctions between objective measurable dependent variables relevant for behavior analysts, and constructs that should be avoided.
  4. Provide a detailed description of the ACT model and its roots in emeprically-based work on derived relational responding.
  5. Explain the 6 core ACT processes and how a behavior analyst can operationally define and gather data on each process.
  6. Understand the basic theoretical foundations of the AIM Curriculum.
  7. Provide detail on how AIM incorporates contingency management into its intervention process.
  8. Desribe the role of functional assessment and functional consequences that are necessary for utilzation in 1:1 intervention protocols, classroom based interventions, and adaptions necessary for full school interventions.
  9. Implement AIM Curriculum therapeutic exercises in a group setting.
  10. Develop behavior management and social-emotional interventions individualized for specific service delivery settings.
  11. Complete and interpret various AIM Curriculum data collection forms, treatment integrity evaluations, and progress monitoring assessments.
  12. Explain clearly how to integrate mindfulness, ACT, and ABA intervention in service delivery for children and adolescents.

*Emergent Learning is an Approved Continuing Education provider.The BACB does not warrant, endorse, sponsor, or approve or partner with the event, organization, or instructor.

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