Presentation Title

The PersonBrain Model for Supporting Individuals with Challenging Behavior

Brief Biography

Paul W. Baker, PhD LLC The PersonBrain Model P.O. Box 5264 Canton Georgia 301114 770-403-4101, Phone 678-880-0705, Fax drpaulwbaker4@gmail.com

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

PhD

Presentation Abstract

The PersonBrain Model is a strength-based NeuroRelational approach that incorporates practical neuroscience within a positive, person-centered behavioral framework. The comprehensive model supports a wide-range of behavioral challenges from basic moment-to-moment interactions to moments of intense crisis. PersonBrain participants gain critical skills in managing a variety of behavioral brain states and selecting appropriate restorative interventions. Information is provided on how the brain processes experience, translates it into emotion and produces adaptive behaviors. Participants will be introduced to the A.C.T. Q.U.I.C.K. Behavioral Support System and the NeuroRelational Treatment Model for Therapeutic Planning, both of which can be used as part of a comprehensive functional behavior assessment (FBA) process.

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The PersonBrain Model for Supporting Individuals with Challenging Behavior

University Center 460/465

The PersonBrain Model is a strength-based NeuroRelational approach that incorporates practical neuroscience within a positive, person-centered behavioral framework. The comprehensive model supports a wide-range of behavioral challenges from basic moment-to-moment interactions to moments of intense crisis. PersonBrain participants gain critical skills in managing a variety of behavioral brain states and selecting appropriate restorative interventions. Information is provided on how the brain processes experience, translates it into emotion and produces adaptive behaviors. Participants will be introduced to the A.C.T. Q.U.I.C.K. Behavioral Support System and the NeuroRelational Treatment Model for Therapeutic Planning, both of which can be used as part of a comprehensive functional behavior assessment (FBA) process.