G. Identification of the Problem

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G-01: Review records and available data at the outset of the case.
G-02: Consider biological/medical variables that may be affecting the client.
G-03: Conduct a preliminary assessment of the client in order to identify the referral problem.
G-04: Explain behavioral concepts using nontechnical language.
G-05: Describe and explain behavior, including private events, in behavior-analytic (nonmentalistic) terms.
G-06: Provide behavior-analytic services in collaboration with others who support and/or provide services to one’s clients.
G-07: Practice within one’s limits of professional competence in applied behavior analysis, and obtain consultation, supervision, and training, or make referrals as necessary.
G-08: Identify and make environmental changes that reduce the need for behavior analysis services.

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