This is a 6 class Behavior Services series taught by Eva Urena intended for parents with children who receive services from Far Northern Regional Center
You must attend all six classes:
March 6th from 10am-12pm
March 8th from 10am-12pm
March 13th from 10am-12pm
March 15th from 10am-12pm
March 20th from 10am-12pm
March 22nd from 10am-12pm
Using positive behavior techniques parents and caregivers learn powerful and effective strategies that foster desirable behaviors while at the same time diminishing negative ones.
Classes teach parents basic needs of children and how to set up a learning environment for the confident child!
Behavior management 6 session class
Session 1: What is behavior? The ABCs of Behavior. How they are learned and unlearned
Session 2 Undesirable behaviors. Positive and negative events that reinforce them. Factors that influence effectiveness of rewards.
Session 3 What to expect when changing your reaction to your child’s behavior. Extinction bursts, spontaneous recovery, behavioral contrast.
Session 4 Potential approaches based on the function of the behavior. Reachable goals.
Session 5 Creating vs waiting for opportunities to teach. Fostering and positive learning environment.
Session 6 Visual Supports, Social Stories, individual parent Q and A Reinforcer survey
Ms. Eva Urena is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with over 15 years’ experience in working with children with behavioral challenges and developmental delays. She has worked over-seas and throughout southern and northern California. She received her B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior from University of California Irvine and M.A. from University of Reno Nevada. She is a professor of psychology and a Mental Health Advocate.
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