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Master of Arts (MA)
Department of Graduate Psychology
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often receive a multitude of treatment services. Among those services are speech language pathology, occupational therapy services, and applied behavior analysis. This study will focus on developing the skill sets of the three disciplines among graduate clinicians through training and coaching procedures. One graduate student from the applied behavior analysis track trained three graduate student clinicians, one from each discipline, on the individual goals of each discipline. These trainings occurred within the framework of a systematic multiple baseline design. After the mastery criterion was met through training, a bug-in-ear audio communication system was used to deliver coaching in a 5-minute session proceeding the regular therapy session, which was coded for performance of the merged discipline techniques.
Powers, Courtney E., "Training graduate clinicians to implement speech language pathology, occupational therapy and applied behavior analysis goals in their treatment sessions" (2015). Masters Theses. 16.