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Clinical Series

Our Trauma Informed Behavior Clinical Series 4 Week Course, Hosted By Saundra Bishop, Is Designed To Help You Create A Treatment Plan For A Client On Your Caseload.

About the Clinical Series

What to expect

2 hours a week asynchronous with recorded content and 1 hour a week synchronous with Saundra Bishop, MS, BCBA, LBA, CCTP and a cohort of up to 12 colleagues.


12 CEUs (including 2 Ethics and 2 Supervision).

You will also receive an electronic copy of the Trauma Informed Behavior Management Handbook (a $100 value)

Upcoming Cohorts

Cohort Name: 7A

Start Date: October 3rd, 2024

Meeting Time: 1PM-2PM EST

Meeting Dates: Thursdays

10/03, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24

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I would like to thank you for this workshop! I learned a great deal and was able to use what I learned to develp a plan for my student that parents, teachers, and administrators all loved! Now to see it in full action after break!

-Sonya H.

Course Schedule

Week 1

Introduction to Trauma

Informed ABA and Behavior Management 


  • Attendees will identify what trauma events setting events (TESEs) are and how they apply to ABA

  • Attendees will discuss the ethical implications of trauma using and not using trauma informed interventions

  • Attendees will set up data collection systems for a client

Week 2

Setting Events


  • Attendees will be able to define how trauma events (TESEs) can function as a setting event

  • Attendees will review and practice the steps of implementing a trauma informed antecedent intervention addressing TESEs

  • Attendees will apply trauma informed TESE antecedent interventions to a real treatment plan

Week 3

Replacement Behaviors

and Consequences


  • Attendees will be able to teach replacement behaviors that target the unique functions that maintain behavior for people who have experienced trauma events (TESEs)

  • Attendees will be able to teach consequence interventions that address the trauma event setting event (TESE)

  • Attendees will apply trauma informed replacement behaviors and consequence interventions to a treatment plan

Week 4

Behavior Plans and Supervision


  • Attendees will be able to identify tools to follow up on implementation of trauma informed skills (ie: field assessments, self report, group check-ins)

  • Attendees will be able to implement a trauma informed support plan if staff need support with implementation of skills

  • Attendees will be able to use the previous sessions to create a trauma informed behavior plan using the template provided

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