**This course will provide the participant with 1 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs**
Description of Learning Type CE Event: Relationships are ever-changing, with more and more people choosing to define their relationships out of what we’ve been taught are “societal norms.” Polyamorism and non-monogamy have been around for centuries, with communities and individuals embracing the beauty of compersion. Together, we will learn what compersion is and how it can be achieved through behavior-analytic practices, all while decreasing occurrences of jealousy.
About the Instructor: Rachel Benson (she/her) is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has been working with the neurodivergent population for over ten years in various settings, including school, home, and clinic locations and water therapy. Rachel is currently under practicum for her Sexual Educator Certificate. Her current work is focused on sexual health, safety, relationships, and empowerment with both neurodivergent and neurotypical populations. Her philosophy is grounded in access to sexual health and sexuality for all and being able to obtain a comprehensive and inclusive sexual education.
Target Audience: Anyone!
Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course, participants will be able to …
- Define terms associated with Polyamory, Non-Monogamy, and Compersion. (C-1)
- Identify establishing and abolishing operations related to jealousy and two different ways to modify them. (G-2)
- Provide a minimum of two examples of differential reinforcement that can reduce jealousy and increase compersion. (G-14)
- Explain how non contingent reinforcement creates an environment for compersion and reduces jealousy. (B-5)
Disclaimer: Always remember that taking a CEU, even a multi-hour CEU is NOT enough to demonstrate competency in the content related to the CEU. It is YOUR responsibility to seek out supervision/consultation with the presenter and/or a subject matter expert (SME). The CBS/CBS-C certification is a SUB-field certification designed for the sub-field of SBA it does NOT lead to licensure of its own. Thus to practice with this certification, you’d have to be a BCBA® or BCaBA® via the BACB® and/or certified in your particular state as a Licensed Behavior Analyst.