Since some students are transitioning to in person learning, Dr. Barthold can also address the concerns associated with heading back to the classroom.
Christine Barthold is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D™) who has a passion for helping people to be their best selves. She has been working with individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages for over 25 years, and received her BCBA in 2007. In addition, Dr. Barthold has worked with organizational behavior change, supervision and management. For the past 7 years, Dr. Barthold has been a faculty member at George Mason University, coordinating teaching courses in the Applied Behavior Analysis program. She believes that a good academic should also practice and stay current in the field. She calls it being “on the ground floor of the Ivory Tower.”
Dr. Barthold's research and clinical interests include the use of Acceptance and Committment Training (ACT) to enhance current Applied Behavior Analysis assessments and programs, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Behavior Analysis, and preventing burnout and compassion fatigue among academics and ABA professionals.
In addition to being a BCBA-D, Dr. Barthold holds certifications as a Personal Trainer and Health Coach from the American Council on Exercise, Compassion Fatigue Professional and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certifications.
This will be an interactive workshop led by a Board Certified professional.
The fee is $25
Wednesday October 28 - 6:30 - 7:30 pm - Distance Learning
Behavior Analyst, Dr. Christine Barthold will lead am interactive workshop on Distance Learning