Current student Zoey Orgel shares the highlights of what she has gained from the EC-SEBRIS Certificate Program:
The EC-SEBRIS Certificate Program has been extremely beneficial to me thus far! I currently work as a behavioral consultant, providing 1:1 therapy for children with autism. I have learned a lot about ways to apply reflective practice skills to work with young children as well as exploring possible approaches to work effectively with the children and families.
I have also learned a great portion of ecobehavioral assessment and intervention, focusing on understanding measurement and structured testing procedures related to socio-behavioral interventions for children in multiple settings.
Lastly, I have been learning about theories and approaches to emotional regulation in childcare settings, studying attachment, interpersonal neurobiology, and other developmental theories with a special emphasis on the applied use in early care and education settings.
All of these classes are interrelated and I have used the knowledge I have gained in each class when working in the field. While I have gained a lot of useful information within the first month of school, I am looking forward to what the rest of the program has to offer! I am extremely excited for next semester's ABA class as I consistently implement this type of therapy throughout my sessions in the field!The EC-SEBRIS Certificate is a program of the San Diego State Department of Child and Family Development. The Dept. of Child and Family Development also offers a Master of Science in Child Development. The Master of Science degree is one of only four child development programs available in the CSU system.
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The EC-SEBRIS program will accept applications for Fall 2015 admission from Oct. 1, 2014 to March 2, 2015.
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