Assistant Clinical Director Hayley Peck will be a speaker at the Homenetmen Coaches’ Training Seminar in Los Angeles. This interactive training will review simple behavioral strategies that can help create supportive routines and discuss how to implement them. This will include a discussion of how to decrease the likelihood of challenging behaviors and what to do if they do occur.

 

About Homenetmen

The Armenian General Athletic Union and Scouts, referred to as Homenetmen, is a non-profit organization founded in 1918. As a strong believer in the ‘strong mind in a strong body’ concept, Homenetmen strives to develop the moral character of young Armenian-Americans with the intent that each becomes a model citizen in their respective communities.

Homenetmen’s scouting program is affiliated with the Boys Scouts of America. Members are instilled with the characteristic virtues of discipline, teamwork, sacrifice, patriotism, and leadership. The scouting program features weekly team-building, physical, and educational activities, as well as field trips to local attractions and outdoor scouting expeditions.

The athletic division of Homenetmen sponsors local league competitions as well as major regional athletic programs and activities. There are weekly practices in state-of-the-art facilities for various sports, including basketball, soccer, volleyball, and table tennis among others.

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About the Speaker

Hayley Peck is an Assistant Clinical Director at Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) for the Greater Los Angeles area. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Childhood and Adolescence from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Hayley started her career with Autism Spectrum Therapies as a Behavior Interventionist in 2008. In 2011, she became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and is a License Behavior Analyst in the state of Maryland.