Instructor

Jenny Silver

Jenny received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of California, Davis and a Master of Science in Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has been working with children for over 10 years and has a passion for developing creative interventions to best suit every client’s unique learning style and capitalize on their strengths. Eager to join a team committed to improving the lives of clients’ and their families while prioritizing research and continuing education, Jenny joined IEBI in the spring of 2016. Jenny is constantly inspired by the amazing success that hard work and a team approach can bring and looks forward to continued growth and celebration of client success. She serves as IEBI's Director of Quality Assurance, Training, and Development.

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Overview

This training covers an introduction to applied behavior analysis (ABA), the use of ABA as a treatment for children with developmental disabilities, and the teaching procedures used to run effective therapy sessions. 

This course is self-paced with quizzes and videos throughout. Fill out the provided study guides as you go through the modules. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions that come up as you navigate through the material!

Please go through the Power Point in SLIDESHOW mode.

This training is intended for employees of IEBI only. Use of this material in any other context is strictly prohibited. 

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