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Practical Ideas for Decreasing Problematic Behaviors

Problematic Behavior in children with autism affect the entire family and/or school environment (if it is the case), so it is essential to deal with it and decrease its frequency. Cathy Pratt, Ph.D. will help you individuate the causes of and apply the strategies to treat problematic behavior, as well as pointing you how to teach them prosocial skills.

Cathy Pratt, Ph.D.

Date: Wednesday, March 9th

Time: 6PM Pacific (9pm Eastern)

Topic: Practical Ideas for  Decreasing Problematic Behaviors

Speaker: Cathy Pratt, Ph.D.


Description: When an individual engages in problematic behaviors, both families and the programs that support them are challenged.  This webinar will present practical ideas for examining the underlying cause of the behavior, the role of reactive programming, and strategies for decreasing problematic behaviors and teaching alternative prosocial skills.


1 reply on “Practical Ideas for Decreasing Problematic Behaviors”

what if the environment is causing autistic behavior? would it not be betterto change the environment just like you would open a window to get fresh air?

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