February 26, 27, 28
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center
Kansas City, Missouri
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Pre-symposium and Saturday Workshop handouts
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New information available for the 2015 Symposium Keynote, pre-symposium workshops and special Saturday sessions announced. For the 33rd year, the Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders will address cutting-edge issues of interest to professionals working with students with emotional/behavioral disorders and autism spectrum disorders. Our comprehensive, three-day program starts with workshops on Thursday, followed by keynote, breakouts, posters, exhibits and more.
Resistance to Change: Overcoming Limitations Toward Addressing Student's Challenging Behaviors - John W. Maag
Read the Article Managing Resistance by Dr. Maag
Dr. Maag is a Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he specializes in the education and treatment of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. He is a nationally recognized behavioral consultant on best practices for managing resistance and improving relationships with others. Dr. Maag has published over 90 articles and four books. He has won teaching awards including a University wide award for teaching excellence.