Strategies of Behavior Adjustment Course

استراتيجيات تعديل السلوك

USD 106
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02:37:41 hours

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Lifetime

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Language
Arabic

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( General - Specialized )

USD 106
USD 64

About the instructor

Dr. Saleh Abdel-Karim
PhD in Psychology
  • PhD in Clinical Psychology - Ain Shams University
  • International Trainer and Lecturer in Education and Psychology
  • President of the Egyptian Center for Educational Guidance and Training in Cairo
  • Presenter of the "Art of Education" program on Al Rahma TV
  • Author of a number of educational books
  • Author of the Encyclopedia of Attention and Concentration Development (the first practical encyclopedia in the Arab world)
  • Author of the Encyclopedia of Memory and Recall Development (the first practical encyclopedia in the Arab world)
  • Presented a number of courses in the field of education and psychology in Egypt and Arab countries

A variety of behavior modification strategies can be used individually or in combination, including:

  • Positive reinforcement: Offering an individual something desirable after desirable behavior. For example, a child may receive a reward or praise after following parental instructions.
  • Negative reinforcement: The removal of an unwanted object to an individual after desirable behavior. For example, a child may be stopped from watching television after completing schoolwork.
  • Punishment is the act of offering an individual something undesirable after unwanted behavior. For example, a child may receive a reprimand after beating a brother.
  • Ignoring: Inattention to unwanted behavior. For example, parents may ignore a child crying out for their attention.
  • Behavior formation: Gradual behavior through small steps. For example, a child may be taught how to dress by helping parents at each step at first, then gradually letting the child do more on his or her own.
  • Time out: Prevents an individual from engaging in pleasurable activities after unwanted behavior. For example, a child may be asked to sit in a quiet place for two minutes after screaming.

In choosing a behavior modification strategy, it's important to consider the following factors:

  • Age and maturity of the individual: Some strategies may be more effective with younger individuals, while others may be more effective with older individuals.
  • Targeted behavior: Some strategies may be more effective at modifying certain behaviors than others.
  • Environment: Some strategies may be more effective in some environments than others. It's also important to use strategies consistently and consistently to ensure their effectiveness.

You Will Learn

  • Training in the application of the interview form with parents and children
  • Training on applying practical steps and procedures to modify behavior
  • The practical application of modifying children's behavior through multiple models of children's behavioral problems

Targeted Students

  • Psychologists
  • Social workers and family counselors
  • psychiatrists
  • Parents, teachers, educators, and kindergarten teachers
  • Those who are about to get married
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Strategies of Behavior Adjustment Course

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