CYSPC
KINGSTON, FRONTENAC, LENNOX & ADDINGTON Children and Youth Services Planning Committee

AIM Training Workshop – Jan 26/27

This training provides an overview of AIM’s theoretical background, and teaches participants to implement an ACT-based intervention system.  Register here

AIM Poster

AIM developer Dr. Dana Paliliunas will lead your training experience.

​She has expertise in:

-Behavior Analysis

-Teaching and Learning

-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Instruction will be tailored to meet the needs of attendees, including those who work in:

-School settings

-Clinic settings

-In-home settings

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Structure of the Training

THEORETICAL AND SCIENTIFIC OVERVIEW

Learn the basics of mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis:

-Theoretical foundations

-Empirical basis

-Clinical applications

HANDS ON EXPERIENCE

Practice the components of AIM from various perspectives:

-Practice mindfulness during your training

-Lead mindfulness activities with a group

-Complete ACT exercises designed for you

-Role play ACT lessons implementation with a group

-Learn how to complete various AIM forms and data sheets

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​Planning to implement AIM in your service setting?

-Learn how AIM can be individualized and adapted to your students or clients

-Obtain support in designing your AIM implementation plan

-Collaborate with other trainees

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