Using Applied Behavior Analysis To Support Learners With ADHD | General BCBA CEU Credits: 6 | Behavior Webinars LLC

Using Applied Behavior Analysis To Support Learners With ADHD | General BCBA CEU Credits: 6

Original price was: $90.00.Current price is: $48.00.

This is a text-based course

In recent years, a growing number of professionals, educational districts, and prominent organizations within the field of psychology and education have voiced their endorsement of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a viable treatment option for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This widespread recognition underscores the effectiveness and relevance of ABA methodologies in addressing the behavioral challenges associated with ADHD.  This comprehensive course will offer an in-depth exploration of research-driven ABA techniques specifically tailored to address the diverse array of behaviors commonly observed in individuals with ADHD. By combining empirical evidence with practical applications, participants will gain a nuanced understanding of how ABA can be strategically employed to foster positive behavioral changes and enhance the overall well-being of individuals grappling with ADHD.


Dr. Jaime Flowers is a professor of School Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University.  She is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) in California and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas, a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).  Her current research interest includes behavior analytic ethics, and functional behavior analysis in schools.


1. Acquire an in-depth understanding of the distinguishing characteristics of ADHD. 2. Discern various therapeutic approaches employed in the treatment of ADHD. 3. Explore the latest research findings concerning the functional assessment of ADHD. 4. Familiarize yourself with evidence-based interventions tailored for addressing inattentiveness. 5. Gain insights into research-backed strategies for managing hyperactive behaviors in individuals with ADHD.

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