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BICA Training:  S.T.A.R.T.

Social skills Training and Aggression Replacement Techniques


Scheduled Workshops:


 DATE
TIME
LOCATION
COST
REGISTRATION
June 13-14
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
BICA -  Little Canada, MN
$195 (includes book)

EVENT COMPLETED

call (651) 484-5510 


Agenda:


Day One:

  • ​​Introduction to -factors contributing to aggression
  • psychological skills-based interventions
  • social skills training
  • Skillstreaming training and role playing rehearsal
  • Introduction to Anger Management Training


Day Two:

  • ​Anger Management training role playing rehearsal
  • Moral Reasoning Training and role playing rehearsal
  • Putting it Together-Skills Practice
  • Generalization-Transfer and Maintenance
  • Problems with Motivation and Participation
  • Related Curriculum
  • Developing an Implementation Plan
  • Q & A​

Target Audience


Interest Area
  • Education
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Mental Health
  • Families
Expertise Level
  • General
  • Professional
Age Level
  • Adult


This two-day training will examine the scope of youth aggression in schools, homes, the community and institutions. It will provide participants with background and rationale for teaching prosocial skills using the ART®manual. The format includes lecture, demonstration, participation and implementation planning.

Detailed training descriptions & options (pdf - S. Braaten) 

START Workshop promo presentation (pdf - S. Albrecht)

Training Options


Stage 1: Awareness

Keynote
1-2 hour

Stage 2: Application

2 days

Stage 3: Independence

3 days

Trainer-of-Trainers
Please contact us


Graduate Credit & Continuing Education

Graduate credit toward EBD licensure and continuing education clock hours are available.


Custom Workshops

The workshop can be customized based on experience level, particular needs and available workshop time. For more information on developing a custom workshop, please contact us.


Related Resources


S.T.A.R.T. Training

Skill Areas:

Participants will learn:


  • A model for understanding aggression
  • Elements in the ecology of aggression
  • The social skills curriculum
  • Strategies for teaching moral reasoning
  • How to run training groups
  • How to deal with resistance
  • How to enhance generalization of learned skills


Faculty


Sheldon Braaten, Ph.D.
Susan Albrecht, Ed.D.



Social Skills
START
STAIRS

Training Length
up to 1 day
2-3 days
5 days

Text











Skillstreaming Book/CD











ART® Book/CD











The Prepare Curriculum

Topics Included
Social Skills
Choose from:
- Early Childhood
- Elementary
- Adolescent
Adolescent
Adolescent
Anger Control
NO
YesYes
Moral Reasoning
NO
Yes
Yes
Situational Perception
NO
NO
Yes
Problem Solving
NO
NO
Yes
Stress Management
NO
NO
Yes
Recruiting Supportive Models
NO
NO
Yes
Empathy
NO
NO
Yes
Cooperation
NO
NO
Yes
Understanding/Using Groups
NO
NO
Yes