**This course will provide the participant with 1.5 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: Social media can be an overwhelming place when it comes to exercise and fitness. You’ll either log on to find Instagram models posting their most recent leg workout, or you may find the body positivity movement telling you it’s OK to stay the way you are. So, what do you do? In this CEU, we discuss the social validity and overall importance of exercise and physical activity along with its benefits, compare and contrast how fitness and behavioral assessments are similar, and ultimately combine both and many other tools to create an FBA. This time, you’re the client! In this course, you’ll be challenged to use your behavioral skills to brainstorm achievable ways to affect the socially significant behavior that is physical activity. This class is packed with #evidence, #data, and #resources.

About the Instructor: Rosangela, A.K.A Rosie, better known as @Behaviorfy, is a BCBA and NY licensed behavior analyst. Rosie has been in the field since 2016. Recently, Rosie has also begun professionally pursuing fitness as a career! In 2021, Behaviorfy was born with a mission to bring quality training to RBTs and slowly grew as a source of material prep for aspiring professionals in the field, including BCBAs. Additionally, Behaviorfy also heavily focuses on sparking conversations about essential issues in the field, ranging from neurodiversity and client dignity, ethical behavior, supervisory practices, and other controversial issues, such as private practice ABA. You can find Rosie on Instagram @behaviorfy, and check out her website, www.behaviorfy.net, for study resources, freebies, and other services!

Target Audience: BCBA® Supervisors & Trainers, BCaBAs®, RBTs®

Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course, participants will be able to …

  • Assess the social validity of exercise and physical activity.
  • Identify similarities between fitness assessments & behavioral assessments.
  • Create short (process) and long (outcome) term goals as pertain to their physical activity.
  • Utilize existing behavior and new integrated knowledge to create meaningful interventions leading to exercise adherence.
  • Identify helpful supports to sustain the behavior modification goals they set for themselves.
  • Identify antecedent and consequence interventions to support their own fitness goals.
  • Explore ways to gather and analyze meaningful fitness data.

To earn credit, you will be required to watch all video portions and pass a quiz about it with a score of 100% or higher. You can retake the quiz as many times as needed, but you may not receive exactly the same questions each time.

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Course Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • 5 Quizzes