MANAGEMENT SUPPORTS FOR POSITIVE & RIGHTS BASED APPROACHES TO DUAL DIAGNOSIS SERVICE (June 2 - 6, 2014)
Dr. Robert L. Schalock
Dr. Dennis H. Reid
Panel Discussion with Dr. Barbara Vyrostko, Kevin Berswick, Céline Parent, Dr. Laura Mullins, Linda Morrice
This course is not eligible as an ABA Elective/Discretionary credit towards BACB certification.
SEVERE & CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR OF PERSONS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES OR AUTISM: Supporting Individuals in the Community (June 9 - 13, 2014)
Dr. Dorothy Griffiths
Dr. Rosemary Condillac
Dr. V. Mark Durand
Dr. Timothy Vollmer
This course is eligible as an ABA Elective/Discretionary credit towards BACB certification.
All students must register through the portal first AND then through this website.
Students must register (as above) by MAY 15, 2014.
Register in the appropriate ADST course/section, as advised, when web registration opens.
After the web registration is submitted, complete the Dual Diagnosis registration form on the left (DD online registration will be available after web registration opens).
Students will receive confirmation and all other relevant course information via email to their BrockU account.
If you have not received confirmation, you have not been registered and you should contact Brandy Sokoloski before May 15, 2014.
Course runs from 8:30am - 4:30pm each day.
Students must attend each and every day.
Every effort is made to end early on Friday but is NOT guaranteed.
Students will have additional readings and course assignments to fulfill the graduate requirements. Students should also note the course work will run well beyond the week of attendance in class.
CADS students are not permitted to audit courses as per CADS policy.
Accommodations are not the responsibility of the programme.
Courses are of limited enrolment. We reserve the right to cancel any course for which there is insufficient enrolment.
The International Certificate Programme in Dual Diagnosis