PCMA News and Events

New PCM Instructor Certification Course added!



PCMA at ONTABA!



Exciting New Book! Adventures In Special Education

This book is intended to assist behavior analysts, special educators, and other professionals in their treatment of persons with disabilities who exhibit behavior problems in classroom settings. If you’re trying to understand behavior so that you can figure out 1) how you can behave differently, 2) how to change the environment, and 3)how to pick skills to teach, then this book is for you. The book contains 45 minutes of video of Dr. Winston as he introduces each chapter and there is also a bonus embedded PowerPoint presentation on how to reduce/eliminate restraint use.

"Dr. Winston’s book is a great read for all parents, educators and anyone who deals with students with behavioral challenges, whether they have disabilities or no labels at all. The real life examples were both humorous and thought provoking. I believe this book will make a big change in how we all look at labels, reinforcement, and many other things that affect how we treat and educate children. It will make us better practitioners, parents and educators. I would highly recommend this book and I plan to use it for training my own staff.”

- Patty Corrigan


Testimonials
"We have been using PCM at Behavior Services of Brevard since 1998 with great results. The criterion-based training allows us to assess staff performance both during and after crises, facilitating immediate after-incident feedback. Since opening our Intensive-Behavioral ADT in 2003, we have had no known consumer or staff injuries from utilizing PCM in crisis situations, even though we work with some of the most behaviorally-challenged individuals in our county. This has cut our workers compensation costs dramatically. In our experience, the value of PCM far outweighs the nominal cost of training. The peace of mind is free. "

Dr. Karen Wagner
Director




"We have had great success with PCM at our organization. I love the emphasis on prevention and other non-physical strategies. We use applied behavior analysis at our school, so I think it's great that PCM training parallels our own staff training."

Dana Wilson
Resource Specialist