Reducing self-injurious behaviours in a school setting
2nd February 2022
Andy Swartfigure BCBA (Director of Services) interviews returning podcaster; Amy Sarrasin BCBA (ABA Supervisor).
In this episode we explore the impact of self-injurious behaviour, and how practitioners have to find the balance between; safety, functional assessment and increasing repertoires.
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