Treatment Selection for Inappropriate Sexual Behavior
Presented by Dr. Shane Spiker
Inappropriate sexual behavior (ISB) is a commonly occurring challenge among individuals with ID/DD diagnoses. The breadth of ISB makes it difficult for practitioners to select appropriate treatment methods for the behaviors, resulting in time spent trying to determine next steps. In this webinar, Dr. Shane Spiker reviews a pathway for selecting the most appropriate and effective treatment option for treating challenging ISB behavior as well as some of the factors that might contribute to that decision.
About the Presenter
Dr. Shane Spiker, Director of Training & Dissemination, Positive Behavior Supports Corp. and Vice President, ABAI
Shane Spiker is a BCBA in Ormond Beach, Florida. Shane received his MS of Psychology in 2012 and accidentally received a second one in 2017 in Applied Psychology. In May 2019, he graduated with his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a concentration on instructional design. He has provided behavior analytic services for the last 10 years in a variety of capacities, including working with dangerous problem behavior, sexual behavior, and medically complex individuals. He also enjoys a good cup of coffee. Primarily, Shane serves as the Director of Training and Dissemination at PBS, Corp. Currently, Shane is serving as the Vice President of the Sexual Behavior: Research and Practice SIG through ABAI. Additionally, he serves as a co-instructor at the Florida Institute of Technology and Arizona State University, where he teaches graduate-level coursework.