By Susan M. Sheridan
Right here, the authors supply a procedural advisor for the perform of conjoint behavioral session (CBC)-reviewing its heritage, approaches, and advantages. This trouble-free guide offers particular instructions and systems to enforce CBC; explores modern concerns surrounding CBC utilizing real-life examples; and provides theoretical and empirical rationales for the CBC tactics defined within the publication. Noteworthy positive aspects comprise corresponding interview publications, case reviews, bankruptcy ambitions, and dialogue questions.
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Likewise, behavioral approaches focus on observable behaviors of a child, parent, and teacher, rather than some underlying cause. They emphasize the reciprocal interactions among individuals and the environmental variables that maintain specific behavior patterns. Given the emphasis on specific behaviors, behavior therapy involves setting specific and clearly defined intervention goals. Rather than being concerned with underlying causes of a behavior or "personality traits," the emphasis is on the "here and now" and identifying relevant environmental conditions that may be contributing to a given situation.
The regular education initiative: Alternative perspectives on concepts, is sues. and methods (pp. 193- 2 10). Pacific G rove. ) treatment implementation and maximize maintenance and generalization of treatment effects. Clearly, the addition of more individuals in consultation can complicate the process; however, the benefits of a comprehensive approach clearly outweigh the costs. Readers are referred to Conoley and Sheridan (in press) for an example of an "expanded" conjoint behavioral consultation model with children who have experienced a traumatic brain injury.
7. Promote greater conceptualization of a problem. 8. Increase the diversity of expertise and resources available. Outcome Goals I. Obtain comprehensive and functional data over extended temporal and contextual bases. 2. Establish consistent treatment programs across settings. 3. , famtly members, school personnel, and the child-client). 4. Monitor behavioral contrast and side effects systematically via cross-setting treatment agents. 5. Enhance generalization and maintenance of treatment effects via consistent programming across sources and settings.