A Deeper Look at the Compliance Code: Code 4 Behavior Analysts and the Behavior Change Program (Part 2)

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During this session called “A Deeper Look at the Compliance Code: Code 4.0 Behavior Analysts and the Behavior Change Program (Part 2),” Dr. Bailey discussed this vastly important and challenging area of the code.  Dr. Bailey provided a detailed overview of the second set of sections of code 4.0, specifically codes 4.07 through 4.11, and discussed scenarios and questions submitted by individuals in the field of Behavior Analysis.

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CEs: 2 BACB Ethics or Type II (Included with purchase)

CEs: 2 QABA® Ethics or General (Included with purchase)

We are proud to introduce the next installment of ethics series focusing on delving into scenarios and discussion of the new Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts. In the second installment of this two-part series, Dr. Jon Bailey, PhD., BCBA-D, and co-author of Ethics for Behavior Analysts focused on code 4.0 of the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts. This section of the code discusses the responsibilities Behavior Analysts have to their clients. We will discuss issues such as environmental conditions that interfere with implementing behavior change programs, punishment procedures, least restrictive procedures, avoiding harmful reinforcers, and discontinuing behavior services.

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