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Recorded Event: Why Stay Anyway? Behavioral Conceptualization and Treatment of Elopement

Presented by: Peter Sturmey, PhD

2 Type II CEUs

This course is not eligible for NBCC Credit Hours


Elopement refers to running away, bolting, or leaving a designated area without permission of caregivers or attempting to do so. Elopement is highly dangerous and sometimes even fatal. Like other challenging behavior, elopement can be conceptualized and treated within the framework of applied behavior analysis. This webinar will describe extensions of functional assessment and analysis methodologies to elopement and describe behavioral treatment procedures and the evidence that supports their use. The workshop will end with a discussion of clinical issues related to treatment and management of elopement.

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Recorded Event: Why Stay Anyway? Behavioral Conceptualization and Treatment of Elopement

Presented by: Peter Sturmey, PhD

2 Type II CEUs

Not eligible for NBCC hours at this time.


Elopement refers to running away, bolting, or leaving a designated area without permission of caregivers or attempting to do so. Elopement is highly dangerous and sometimes even fatal. Like other challenging behavior, elopement can be conceptualized and treated within the framework of applied behavior analysis. This webinar will describe extensions of functional assessment and analysis methodologies to elopement and describe behavioral treatment procedures and the evidence that supports their use. The workshop will end with a discussion of clinical issues related to treatment and management of elopement.


Learning Objectives

Participants should be able to describe: a) elopement and related behavior and its risks; b) the application of functional assessment and analysis methods to elopement c) evidence-based practices for treatment of elopement; and d) clinical issues in the management of elopement.

You will receive the link to the video in your confirmation receipt.

When you are done viewing the webinar, fill out the confidential evaluation form. Once you are done, you will be taken to the  attendance code submission form and quiz , which you will need to pass to receive your certificate of attendance. You will need to score 80-100% on the quiz to receive the certificate.

If you have any questions or have any difficulty accessing the video or code submission form and quiz please email Adrienne Fitzer, Owner and Managing Director of ABAC, at adrienne@abacnj.com