Teaching Perspective Taking to Individuals with Autism: An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory, Research, and Practical Strategies
On Wednesday, November 6th, 2013, Autism Research Group hosted a continuing education workshop entitled, “Teaching Perspective Taking to Individuals with Autism: An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory, Research, and Practical Strategies”, at the beautiful Westlake Village Inn in Westlake Village, California. The presentations included “Introduction to Relational Frame Theory” by Autism Research Group’s executive director Jonathan Tarbox, PhD, BCBA-D; “A Relational Frame Theory Approach to Perspective Taking and the Research So Far” by CSU Fresno’s Marianne Jackson, PhD, BCBA-D; and “Behavioral Research and Practical Strategies Related to Teaching Perspective Taking” by Skills®’s Director of Dissemination and Research Adel Najdowski, PhD, BCBA-D. Following the presentations, attendees were invited to participate by posing any and all questions and concerns to the presenters. Autism Research Group is grateful for all who contributed to making this seminar a success. We hope that you visit us again for future workshop dates and locations!