Continuing Education Live Workshop Series:
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Continuing Education Online Series:

SELC is pleased to be able to offer the following online Continuing Education events.  These events are a great opportunity for those seeking Continuing Education credits as it allows you to view the presentations at your own convenience and from the comfort of your own home or office.  Additionally, it cuts out the transportation costs of having to attend an in-person workshop.

Event #1 -
Security and Confidentiality for the  BCBA

by Alan Shamoun
1.0 CEU - $24.95

Description: Sections 2.07 and 2.08 of the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct state that BCBA’s and BCaBA’s are to maintain client confidentiality in their work, with respect to “creating, storing, accessing, transferring, and disposing of records under their control…”. However, it is possible that many individuals or entities do not understand what information may be considered confidential or how things they do on a regular basis may lead to a confidentiality breach. This course will discuss the different types of information common in a Behavior Analysts’ practice and what steps can be taken to provide reasonable precaution to protect information which is considered confidential.

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Event #2 - Collaboration & Consultation in the School and Home

by Elizabeth Theo-Moloney, M.A., BCBA
1.5 CEU - $18.95

Description: This presentation covers different strategies and tools that help foster effective collaboration and communication on a team of professionals in the field of education.  In addition to discussing the theory of consultation, the presentation will cover a brief history of how consulting came to be in the education system today.  Other topics covered include various communication methods and problem solving techniques when collaborating with professionals from different disciplines.
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Event #3 - Video Modeling: Preparation and Application of Videos

by Sharlene M. Corrigan, M.A., BCBA
1.0 CEU - $18.95
Description: Research has demonstrated video modeling to be an effective teaching tool for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.  This event will highlight studies that have been successful at teaching skills such as peer social interactions, appropriate toy play, daily living skills, and academics.  A brief overview of the different types of video modeling procedures and the advantages and disadvantages of each will be discussed.  In addition, a step-by-step guide on how to create a video from start to finish will be addressed.
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To register for these online events, please click the titles above or visit the following link. Creating an account is free, you only pay when you register for a course.


Presenter Bios:

Sharlene Corrigan, M.A., BCBA, LBA
 is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a NYS LBA with over 14 years experience working in home and center-based settings with clients, families, and educators.  She received her Master's degree in Clinical Behavior Applications from Queens College, City University of New York. Currently, Sharlene is the Assitant Director at Behavioral Consultant with Behavioral Intervention Psychological Services PC, a long island based consulting firm.

Elizabeth Theo-Moloney, M.A., BCBA
 is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She is a graduate of the Master's Health and Behavioral Studies program at Teacher's College. Liz has served as Assistant Director of Education at Jigsaw CABAS School in England.  She has also served as a home program consultant and other positions as part of multi-disciplinary team, as well as held a position with Behavioral Intervention Psychological Services PC, a long island based consulting firm.

Alan Shamoun
 has been the Office Manager for SELC for over 10 years, the Office Manager for Behavioral Intervention Psychological Services PC for over 6 years, and has managed other small business offices for over 15 years. He has experience working with information technogology that spans over 20 years. Although Alan  is not an "ITS" (Information Technology Specialist), nor does he carry any certifications by Cicso or Microsoft, he offers real world experience and practicality.