When Treatment Plans Don’t Work, Now What?

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Bobby Newman BCBA Conference

Monday 25th September 2017, 9am to 5pm

Edinburgh training and conference venue

16 St Mary’s Street, EH1 1SU

Content of conference:

  1. Proper behavior management must be done in keeping with a good functional behavior assessment (FBA)/analysis.
  2. Anyone who says they can provide a treatment plan without first doing an FBA is selling something.
  3. It is possible for treatment plans to backfire if one does not first conduct a good FBA. Treatment plans that are carried out incorrectly, even if the plan is appropriate, may lead to behavioural problems being exacerbated.

The current talk will look at some of the most common ways that behaviour treatment plans are inadvertently undermined and misapplied, with suggestions regarding how to fix these.

This conference is open to both parents and professionals.

Registration starts at 8:30am and refreshments (teas, coffees and lunch) are included in the price of your ticket.

Early bird tickets available from now until the end of July

Early bird ticket for parents/grandparents: £95

Early bird ticket for professionals: £120


Standard price after 31st July:

parents/grandparents: £110

professionals: £135


Contact details for more information:

Gemma Gilmour

Keys for Learning

Keys for Learning

Call: 07706 892 957



About the Speakers

Bobby Newman is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Licensed Psychologist. Affectionately known as the Dark Overlord of ABA, Bobby is the first author on eleven books regarding behavior therapy, the philosophy of behaviorism, the autism spectrum disorders, and utopian literature. He has published over two dozen articles in professional journals, as well as numerous popular magazine articles and has hosted two series of radio call-in shows. Bobby is the Past-President of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment and the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis.


Daniel is an expert in autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, and learning disabilities with 20+ years of goal-oriented, professional consultation as a licensed psychologist and behavior analyst. He is a well published treatment researcher and psychological test developer, university level instructor, and popular public speaker on intervention and support for persons with developmental disabilities.


UCLA PEERS for Adolescents Certified Training

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UCLA PEERS for Adolescents Certified Training


Blue Sky Autism Project is delighted to be hosting Dr Elizabeth Laugeson, founder of the evidence based UCLA PEERS for Adolescents certified 3 day training programme.

Course Description
The PEERS® for Adolescents Certified Training Seminar is designed exclusively for mental health professionals, educators, medical professionals, speech and language pathologists, occupational and recreational therapists, researchers, and other professionals who work with youth with social challenges. PEERS® is the ONLY available evidence-based social skills program for adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder, and is used clinically for adolescents with ADHD, anxiety, depression and other social challenges. Attendees will obtain 24 hours of training in the implementation of Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental and Autism Spectrum Disorders, The PEERS® Treatment Manual (Laugeson & Frankel, 2010) and the research behind the program. This training will enable providers to implement PEERS® in clinical or educational settings as PEERS® Certified Providers.


  • Anyone is welcome to attend the training and receive instruction on this type of intervention. However, all attendees seeking certification MUST be a professional or graduate student in the mental health professional, medical, or education field with the following minimum level of training: A degree in the field of psychology or a related mental health field, including, but not limited to: B.C.B.A., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., M.A., M.S., M.F.T., M.D., R.N., L.V.N., Ph.D., Psy.D., Ed.D., M.P.H
  • Teachers
  • Speech, Occupational or Physical Therapists
  • Graduate students in a mental health or education related field pursuing a master’s degree or higher

Attendee qualifications must be submitted to and approved by Blue Sky Autism Project at most 14 days prior to the training in order to ensure certification.

Attendees who DO NOT meet these qualifications may purchase a ‘non-certification’ place and receive of certificate of training, but will not be PEERS® Certified Providers.



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