Transforming Aversive Contexts through Awareness and Verbal Behavior

$20.00

Speaker: Benji Schoendorff & Angela Cathey; CE Instructor: Angela Cathey, PhD
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs (CE Provider #3449), 1.0 Type II CEUs for BCBAs through DrDJMoran, Provider # OP-20-3305Modality: Online, on-demand, video 

Abstract: In this discussion, Benji Schoendorff and Angela Cathey discuss the ways in which our awareness and verbal behavior create or transform our contexts. Benji is renowned for his ability to track contingencies in flight and to communicate his deep behavior analytic knowledge into easy-to-understand metaphors and language. In this discussion, Benji and Angela discuss multiple levels of contingencies that feed into whether a context functions as “aversive” or “appetitive” and how Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Relational Frame Theory can relate to transforming contexts.

Your order should process immediately. You will receive a purchase receipt via email confirming payment. You may then login to your MyENSO profile to see your available courses. If you purchased continuing education credits with this event, the certificate will be available online after completion of the course and evaluation. You will be able to download your certificate from your MyENSO profile

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe an example of how verbal behavior can transform environmental contingencies.
  2. Participants will be able to describe 1 or more factors that tend to make contexts function as “aversive” or “appetitive” for individuals.
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Speaker: Benji Schoendorff & Angela Cathey; CE Instructor: Angela Cathey, PhD
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs (CE Provider #3449), 1.0 Type II CEUs for BCBAs through DrDJMoran, Provider # OP-20-3305
Modality: Online, on-demand, video 

Abstract: In this discussion, Benji Schoendorff and Angela Cathey discuss the ways in which our awareness and verbal behavior create or transform our contexts. Benji is renowned for his ability to track contingencies in flight and to communicate his deep behavior analytic knowledge into easy-to-understand metaphors and language. In this discussion, Benji and Angela discuss multiple levels of contingencies that feed into whether a context functions as “aversive” or “appetitive” and how Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Relational Frame Theory can relate to transforming contexts.

Your order should process immediately. You will receive a purchase receipt via email confirming payment. You may then login to your MyENSO profile to see your available courses. If you purchased continuing education credits with this event, the certificate will be available online after completion of the course and evaluation. You will be able to download your certificate from your MyENSO profile

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe an example of how verbal behavior can transform environmental contingencies.
  2. Participants will be able to describe 1 or more factors that tend to make contexts function as “aversive” or “appetitive” for individuals.

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