The Reflective Analyst: Navigating Escape Behaviors with the Trauma-Informed Assent Mastery Kit for Escape Behaviors

CEUs: 3 Ethics and 4 Learning BACB®
Presenter(s): Megan DeLeon (Miller), PhD, BCBA-D, IBA


Original Recording on March 25th,-27th, 2024

Dive into 3 days of deep learning and hands-on exploration with our 6-hour workshop designed to shift paradigms in how we understand and address escape behaviors. Crafted for the reflective practitioner, whether you’re bringing years of experience or new energy to the field, this session is about bridging the gap between traditional approaches and the nuanced, empathetic practices that today’s landscape demands.

Facilitated by seasoned behavior analyst, Dr Megan DeLeon (Miller), this workshop peels back the layers of conventional wisdom to reveal insights from the latest research and the voices of those we serve. It’s a call to action for those of us rooted in the science of behavior analysis but driven by a commitment to do right by our clients in the most respectful, empowering ways possible.

Through the Trauma-Informed Assent Mastery Kit for Escape Behaviors, we’ll delve into strategies that honor individual autonomy. Attendees will learn new techniques and rethink their roles as facilitators of change, guided by principles of assent, trauma-informed care, and a deep respect for neurodiversity.

As we unpack the complexities of “escape” behavior together, you’ll gain practical tools and perspectives to enrich your practice, enhance your collaborations, and truly make a difference in the lives of those you support. This workshop is your opportunity to step into a broader, more inclusive understanding of behavior analysis—one that values each person’s voice, dignity, and right to participate fully in their own journey.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to describe the current literature base on using extinction for escape-maintained behavior
  • Participants will be able to explain at least 1 example of how the literature base interacts with current service delivery in applied behavior analysis
  • Participants will be able to explain each of the 6 areas to assess within the Trauma informed assent based mastery kit for escape behavior
  • Participants will be able to use the mastery kit to comprehensively assess and develop interventions for clients
  • Participants will be able to use the mastery kit to train others on assessing escape behaviors in a comprehensive and empirically supported manner
  • Participants will be able to state at least 3 ethical considerations regarding the traditional methods used to assess and address escape behavior
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Additional information

CEU Amount

>= 5

CEU Type

Learning, Ethics

Product Type

Single On-Demand, Live Online Event


Paid, Not included with membership

Course Presenter

Megan Miller, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA


Escape Behaviors