Hour 1: Overview of RFT/ACT.
Attendees will be able to describe the historical development of both RFT and ACT within the field of behavior analysis.
Attendees will be able to explain the various relational frame families as well as the ACT hexaflex processes and how to use them with clients served.
Hour 2: Conducting functional / skill assessments
Attendees will be able to describe the necessary steps to complete a variety of assessment methods for evaluating the presence of or readiness for RFT and ACT interventions.
Hour 3: Building language, cognition, and social skills programs
Attendees will be able to understand the basic steps in moving from assessment to intervention methods using RFT and ACT programing for skill and behavior change.
Hour 4: Integrating content into insurance and IEP formats
Attendees will be able to write goals and objectives for RFT and ACT that get approved and get results using the necessary insurance or IEP language.
Hour 5 Using the seamless tools of PEAK and LIFE for language intervention
Attendees will be able to describe the multiple programmatic ways to use PEAK and LIFE for language, cognition, and functional skill development.
Hour 6: Using the seamless tool of AIM for social and emotional development.
Attendees will be able to describe the multiple programmatic ways to use AIM for social and emotional skill development.