TIRR Memorial Hermann

Strategies for Managing Challenging Behaviors in Children with Brain Injury by M. Cullen Gibbs, Ph.D.

Strategies for Managing Challenging Behaviors in Children with Brain Injury:

This presentation will include an introduction to basic behavioral principles that support effective behavior modification strategies. Participants will learn fundamental principles for behavior management including models of behavioral reinforcement and differential attention. The presentation will emphasize learning how to use behavioral strategies within everyday situations. Instruction will include case studies, videos, and other interactive activities.

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About M. Cullen Gibbs, Ph.D.:

For the past 11 years Dr. Gibbs has worked at TIRR Memorial Hermann performing neuropsychological evaluations, cognitive rehabilitation, and clinical research with persons who have brain injury. He received an award for an investigation of progressive cardiovascular intervention for the treatment of persistent physical and neurocognitive symptoms in adolescents with sports concussion. He is Pediatric Service Line Leader for outpatient rehabilitation. Dr. Gibbs has been an investigator on two NIH funded studies. His clinical and research interests include cognitive rehabilitation and the neurocognitive and neurobehavioral correlates of traumatic brain injury, stroke, sports concussion, and neurodevelopmental disorders.


Contact Information:

Email- jMichael.Gibbs@memorialhermann.org

Website- memorialhermann.org


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