The Eden II Programs Diagnostic and Outreach Center is offering a FREE workshop on Wednesday, June 20th. All of our workshops are delivered by a live presenter who is a topic area expert with years of experience working with individuals on the spectrum. The live format allows for frequent opportunities to interact with the presenter.
Registration for this workshop is FREE.
This workshop was made possible through a generous grant provided by the New York City Department of Mental Health & Hygiene.
Decreasing Challenging Behaviors in Individuals with Autism
Eric Cruz, MA, LBA
Operations Director of the Eden II Diagnostic & Outreach Center
Eden II Programs
Wednesday, June 20, 2017
from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
at 94 Wright Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10303
Challenging behaviors often are a danger to the physical well-being of an individual and others around them. These behaviors can also inhibit learning and prevent access to new environments.
This workshop will discuss the various underlying factors that lead to challenging behaviors, as well as specialized techniques for identifying common triggers and the most successful approaches for decreasing and eliminating challenging behaviors.
Please contact Eric Cruz to register at
917-830-0330 x1106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All levels (basic concepts will be explained in detail)