How to Approach Cases Involving Behavioral Extremes
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About The Event
CEU April 2018: Dr. Michael Cameron
On occasion, even the most seasoned Behavior Analyst finds themselves at a loss. We all have, or will have, experienced that extremely challenging case that pushes us to the limit. Dr. Michael Cameron understands this! Management and clinical coordination of cases involving severe behavior is his specialty! Dr. Cameron will lead an important discussion on how to approach cases involving behavioral extremes, such as aggression, self-injury, elopement, and property destruction. We will explore critical case management elements, such as coordination of care, safety assessment, and scope of practice considerations.
2 type 2 CE Credit Hours-Optional
Dr. Michael J. Cameron, a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst® (Charter Certificant 1-00-0010) is the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer for The Cedar Group and experienced in the area of behavioral intervention technologies, behavioral medicine, behavioral
health assessment, knowledge management, organizational development, and higher education. Prior to founding The Cedar Group, Dr. Cameron was the Chief Executive and Scientific Officer for ObiGobi. He also served as the Chief Clinical Officer for Pacific Child and Family Associates, and as a tenured Associate Professor and Founding Chair of the Department of Behavior Analysis at Simmons College. Dr. Cameron earned a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis and a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from Northeastern University.