Internal: Transtheoretical Model: Integration into Parent Training via ACT
December 01, 2022
December 01, 2022
First participants will be provided with an overview of Acceptance and Commitment Training from an ABA perspective; Next participants will be introduced to the Transtheoretical Model; Finally, participants will be exposed to the ways in which a hybrid ACT-Transtheoretical Model may come to life in service of parents.
Dr. Adam Hahs, PhD, BCBA-D, Hopebridge Chief Science Officer
Dr. Adam D. Hahs is the Director of the Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis program in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. He earned his doctoral degree from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale where his where his research foci were language generativity, complex human behavior, high-risk behavior assessment/reduction, and clinical behavior analysis with individuals with autism and related developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and addiction. Dr. Hahs was a Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis Board member for 3 years prior to moving to AZ, and he was President for the Arizona Association for Behavior Analysis. He is on the Editorial Board of Behavior Analysis in Practice and serves as a guest reviewer for the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science and Behavioral Interventions, three of the top journals with behavior analysis as a focus. Dr. Hahs has dedicated over 10 years to supporting and training others in a variety of settings via behavior analytic methods, and he views behavior analysis as science capable of facilitating widespread, societal change.
NOTE – INTERNAL TRAINING:
This training is for Hopebridge employees only. Registration for this event must be done with a Hopebridge account. To learn more about this training and other opportunities with Hopebridge, visit our careers page today.