Does the following sound like you?

You’re a competent BCBA who’s worked with children on the autistic spectrum.


You enjoy your work, but you’d love something more.

You’d love to expand your repertoire  and add some variety to your workload.



Or maybe trauma is a field that interests you and you wish you can get clarity on how to heal trauma through ABA.



If any of the above resonated, then this course is for YOU.


  • Explore a whole new area of research aside from what you’ve learned in your BCBA education. 

  • Open your eyes to a whole new way of looking at emotions

  • Learn useful and practical strategies in the treatment of trauma.




Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome!

    • Slide Deck Download

  • 2

    Videos

    • Video 1/2

    • Video 2/2

    • Code Words

  • 3

    Next Steps

    • Completion Survey

Objectives

Users of this course will identify:

  • An overview of the theory including biologically prepared stimuli, respondent conditioning and fear extinction

  • Third wave CBT including in depth looks at FAP, ACT and SE/SP

  • Practical applications of the above protocols

Instructor

Timothy Folley

BCBA

Tim was born in NH, grew up in MA, met his wife in VT, and they're raising their 3 boys in ME. He earned his Masters in Ed Psych from the University of Southern Maine in 2014. Tim worked mostly with children who were diagnosed with Autism but presented more like Trauma and Attachment Disorders. In 2017 he was diagnosed with PTSD as a result of childhood trauma. Tim had the opportunity to work through his PTSD symptoms from a Behavior Analytic perspective. There were LOTS of questions about how the process worked. In 2019 he moved into working with the Brain Injury population and realized that this Trauma and Attachment stuff was very relevant in Brain Injury. Tim looks forward to sharing his experiences with other Behavior Analysts in an effort to inform their practices with a different lens.

BCBAs are raving about this course!

5 star rating

Interesting and Engaging

Interesting content presented in an engaging manner. The presenter is confident in his delivery and fluent in this topic.

Interesting content presented in an engaging manner. The presenter is confident in his delivery and fluent in this topic.

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Itzel Arteaga

5 star rating

Great Course

Very informative, and a great new way to look at trauma informed care.

Very informative, and a great new way to look at trauma informed care.

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Kiara Pond

Reviews

from "Trauma and Attachment Lens"

5 star rating

Fabulous Course!

This course was great! Easily understood. Examples were clear and helpful as they brought the lessons together cohesively. What I was able to take from the lessons was the kind of insights I feel I need.

This course was great! Easily understood. Examples were clear and helpful as they brought the lessons together cohesively. What I was able to take from the lessons was the kind of insights I feel I need.

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Pamela Nunes

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