Functional Contextual Approaches to Behavioral Health with Kristen Rollman, BCBA - Episode 59

The field of behavior analysis continues to uncover new and improved knowledge about behavior - for the purposes of description, prediction, and control - to emphasize the functional relationships between behavior and one's environment. In this episode Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Kristen Rollman, BCBA about the functional contextual approaches to behavior analysis, its importance within the assessment process, and how this approach can help understand cultural competency. By asking these types of questions you're really able to connect more with the families, the clients, and the programming that you're implementing to ensure it is the best fit for that individual.


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