Presentations

HCPBS is proud to offer free webinars.  On this page we have archived previous webinars that anyone can access at any time.  In addition, we have video’s shared here on other topics such as a tutorial on how to develop presentations.  Please provide appropriate citations when referencing this material.

Questions?
Molly Dellinger-Wray
mdwray@vcu.edu

Upcoming Webinars

November 18th, 2021

A Critical Setting Event: Healthy Relationships

Presented by Molly Dellinger-Wray

2 BACB Ethics CEUs

Register Here

2021 Webinars

They are not Mutually Exclusive: Integrating PBS with Psychiatric Treatment in Community-Based Care

September 2021

Presented by Stacy Nonnemacher and Michael Murray

May 2021: Person Centered Behavioral Support

Presented by Richard S. Amado

Recorded Webinars

May 2020: Evolution of PBS: Maintaining Integrity to our Core Principles

Presented by Linda Bambara and Meme Hieneman

November 2019: Ethical Decision Making in Positive Behavior Support

Presented by Nancy Rosenberger

August 2019: Psychiatry and Positive Behavior Support

Presented by Peter Miller and Amber Maki

May 2019 Stories from the Field: Using PBS Across the Lifespan in Home, School, and Community

Presented by the HCPBS Leadership Team

April 2018: Trauma-Informed Positive Behavior Support

Presented by Fred Orelove and Molly Dellinger-Wray

December 2017: Lessons Learned from Tele-Behavioral Consultation in Family Homes

Presented by Wendy Machalicek

September 2017: Managing Escalating Behaviors and Practices for Adult Intervention

Presented by Terry Scott

May 2017: Prevention Strategies for Addressing Challenging Behaviors

Presented by Sheldon Loman

September 2016: Mindfulness-Based Positive Behavior Support

Presented by Nirbhay N. Singh

The Family Network on Disabilities recently hosted a conference and has made the recordings of the conference sessions available to all!  Click below to be taken to the FND conference website to watch the keynotes, breakout sessions, and workshops.

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