Contingency maps are a cognitive-behavioral method for helping an individual to understand the consequences of behavioral choices. They are particularly useful for teaching individuals to use functionally equivalent behaviors as alternatives to problem behavior. They also are sometimes referred to as consequence maps and they are essentially graphic organizers for behavior. This product includes several variations of 2 types of contingency maps that can be used with written words or pictures as well as several examples of universal "no" signs to use. It also includes directions on how to use and teach them. For more information about contingency maps and the evidence base behind them, as well as examples, check out my blog post
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Contingency Maps by Christine Reeve copyrighted 2013.
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