Workshop Preparation. Get into groups of 4. Workshop 74 The Basic Behavior Analytic Principles of Psychotherapy. William C. Follette, Ph.D. Glenn M. Callaghan, Ph.D. Sabrina M. Darrow, M.A. Jordan T. Bonow, M.A. Workshop Preparation. Get into groups of 4 Pick an active, difficult client
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William C. Follette, Ph.D.
Glenn M. Callaghan, Ph.D.
Sabrina M. Darrow, M.A.
Jordan T. Bonow, M.A.
Problematic Behavioral Repertoires
Improved Behavioral Repertoires
Problems in Broad Functioning
Improvements in Broad Functioning
SR+ for all activities
Successful- Assessment and intervention complete
Unsuccessful- Reformulate functional case conceptualization
Context of Client’s Life
Goals of Therapy
Goals of Session
Note: Therapeutic relationship has been established (~session 12)
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