Towards Trauma-Assumed Applied Behavior Analysis: Key Values and Global Measures
Presented by Dr. Greg Hanley
Watch this webinar to understand a contemporary and trauma-assumed version of applied behavior analysis for consideration when working with individuals with autism or those with intellectual disabilities — especially when problem behavior is probable. Greg Hanley, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA of FTF Behavioral Consulting explains the values at the forefront of this compassionate ABA approach. Learn the implications for how to respond to mild and severe forms of problem behavior. Dr. Hanley reviews the direct effects of the approach followed by program-level evaluations of the secondary effects of the approach. Get an overview of the reliable and sensitive system for monitoring the behavioral health of persons experiencing this model of care.
About the Presenter
Dr. Greg Hanley, CEO of FTF Behavioral Consulting
Dr. Greg Hanley has been applying the principles of learning to improve socially important behaviors of children and adults with and without disabilities for 30 years. He worked and trained at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, was degreed at the University of Florida, was tenured at the University of Kansas, and directed the Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program and Life Skills Clinic at Western New England University (WNEU).
Dr. Hanley has published over 100 book chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals in areas such as the assessment and prevention of problem behavior, teaching tactics for young children, and evidence-based values. Dr. Hanley is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Div. 25), past Associate Editor of The Behavior Analyst, and past Editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and of Behavior Analysis in Practice.
He currently serves as a Research Professor at WNEU, an Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and CEO of FTF Behavioral, an international training and consulting group based in Worcester Massachusetts.