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CFS Faculty Author Five Chapters in Book Focused on Supports for Students with Problem Behaviors
A second edition of Individualized Supports for Students with Problem Behaviors: Designing Positive Behavior Plans will be released April 15, 2021, and out of the 14 chapters, 5 of them are co-authored by CFS faculty. (See list below.)
The book serves as a guide to provide everything needed to develop individualized positive behavior support (PBS) plans for students with pervasive behavioral challenges. Revised and expanded to reflect 15 years of changes in the field, the book walks practitioners through the PBS process, emphasizing a team-based approach and presenting assessment procedures, intervention strategies, and guiding questions. Detailed case examples are provided.
CFS Authors from top to bottom are: Professor Heather Peshak-George, Professor Lise Fox, Research Assistant Professor Laura Kern, Professor Donald Kincaid, Professor Ray Miltenberger, Research Associate Shelley Clark, and ABA doctoral student Jennifer Cook.