Greg Hanley discusses Function-Based Treatment on the Behavioral Observations Podcast
By Matthew J. Cicoria MS, BCBA
Host, The Behavioral Observations Podcast

Dr. Greg Hanley returns to the Behavioral Observations Podcast, and in this episode we talk about best practices for functional analyses and function-based treatment. He patiently coaches me on some of my attempts to conduct IISCA-type Functional Analyses and FCT interventions. Finally, we also get into some interesting discussions including how research influences practice (or vice-versa), as well as the proper role of descriptive assessments in our clinical work.

Greg has generously offered to return to the podcast to do some Q & A, so if you have questions about these topics, go to the contact page and let me know what’s on your mind.  For additional resources on these topics, check out Greg’s website, Greg also has an online CE training on these topics, and to learn more about this, check out this post at

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