Practical Approaches for Language Development: Apollo Case Study Series 3

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Dr. Jim Moore returns in the third installment of the increasingly popular Apollo Case Study Series (which by the way, is also Session 192).

In this episode, we cover quite a lot of ground, such as:

  • Jim and his team's practical approach for language intervention
  • How Jim encountered Relational Frame Theory by accident
  • How rigid language repertoires can contribute to problem behavior
  • How one does not need to be dogmatic as it relates to specific camps (i.e., Verbal Behavior vs. RFT; Isolated FA's vs. Synthesized ones, etc...)
  • The "heaviness" of Megadeath and Metallica
  • Deriving or Bi-Directional Naming?
  • Multiple Exemplar Training
  • Is PEAK synonymous with RFT?
  • When Jim uses the VB-MAPP and/or the Essential for Living
  • The Verbal Behavior Conference
  • Apollo CSS 2, CSS 1

I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!

And by the way, this episode is presented to you ad-free by Apollo Behavior. To learn more about them, check out their website, Facebook page, and LinkedIn profile.

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