All workshops are free and open to the public.
- October 2nd, Thursday, 5:30 P.M.: "Why Does My Child Do That? Understanding Challenging Behavior"
- November 6th, Thursday, 5:30 P.M.:"Discipline and Developmental Disabilities."
- December 4th, Thursday, 5:30 P.M.: "Potty Training, Token Systems, and Behavior Charts."
Click the video to learn more about the McNeese Autism Program from the staff, graduate assistants, and family testimonials.
Why Choose the McNeese Autism Program?
- Program focus is on high-quality care.
We maintain fairly small caseloads within the program so that we can develop and deliver specialized, individual treatment for each client that we serve.
- Up to date evidence based treatment delivery.
The McNeese Autism Program is part of the Psychology Department's nationally recognized training program in applied behavior analysis. Close collaboration between the MAP staff, interns, and Department faculty ensure our interventions the very best evidence based practice.
- Treatment conducted by expert treatment teams.
Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts and licensed psychologist have extensive training and experience and are involved in every aspect of the treatment that each client receives.
- Skilled and knowledgeable therapists.
Our therapists are master's degree level interns with extensive training in applied behavior analysis.
- Diagnostic evaluation.
Diagnostic evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorders are conducted by a specifically trained and experienced licensed psychologist.
- ABAI Accredited Graduate Training Program
The program prepares master's level graduates to practice in community settings as applied behavior analysts and has received accreditation from the Association for Behavior Analysis International.
- BACB Approved Graduate Training Program
Students working towards a Master of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis complete coursework approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Graduate students who complete the program requirements are eligible to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst exam.