By Susan M. Sheridan
The following, the authors offer a procedural consultant for the perform of conjoint behavioral session (CBC)-reviewing its history, strategies, and merits. This hassle-free guide presents particular guidance and tactics to enforce CBC; explores modern matters surrounding CBC utilizing real-life examples; and provides theoretical and empirical rationales for the CBC tactics defined within the publication. Noteworthy gains comprise corresponding interview courses, case reviews, bankruptcy pursuits, and dialogue questions.
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Setting events refer to temporally or contextually removed stimuli that bear a functional relation to behavior (Wahler & Fox, 198 f). These setting events may be of a physical, social, or affective nature. Behavioral assessment should go beyond immediate conditions and consider a more holistic view of a situation, including ecological considerations and setting events (Lentz & Shapiro, 1986; Wahler & Fox, 1981; Y sseldyke & Christenson, 1987). Conceptual Bases of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation 35 In analyzing a problem situation, environmental context must also be considered (Gresham & Noell, 1993; Gresham & Kendell, 1987).
The focus of traditional behavioral therapy and behavioral consultation has been on the identification, analysis, and remediation of child (client) problems. However, the consultant should consider a broad environmental context. Specifically, behavioral consultants should try to fully address the complex interactions and interdependencies among individual, classroom, culture, family, and community on the educational process (Christenson, Abery, & Weinberg, 1986; Knoff, 1984 ). In this way, a more complete picture of schools and schooling may be obtained than if a limited context is analyzed.
4. State several advantages of conjoint behavioral consultation. 5. List the outcome and process goals of conjoint behavioral consultation. 6. Articulate important issues that consultants must consider when conducting conjoint behavioral consultation. INTRODUCTION Conjoint behavioral consultation represents an expansion of traditional behavioral consultation by promoting a coordinated and cooperative problemsolving relationship between parents and professionals. , behavioral theory, systems theory, and ecological theory), (2) defines conjoint behavioral consultation, and (3) explores various assumptions, advantages, goals, and practical considerations.