Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) Online Course

The Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) Online Course was created to provide training to parents of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) interested in applying PRT in their daily interactions. Course participants will learn how to help children with ASD improve verbal communication, social initiations, and other pivotal social communication skills by utilizing PRT in their own environments.  

Registered participants may view the training materials and lectures at their own pace, through recorded audio-visual aids that cover each topic in a remote teaching format. This course is currently taught by Stanford University School of Medicine faculty and staff. 

How to Register

Register now at our introductory rate of $50, and you will have an opportunity to provide feedback supporting the course's development!

New sessions of the PRT Online Course typically start on the 1st and 15th of each month. To be part of our next cohort, click HERE or on the button below to start the registration process.  You will receive an email from Canvas (our online learning platform) within 1-2 weeks giving you full access to the course.

Tuition covers access to all course content for 3 months, as well as written feedback on a 10-minute video of PRT implementation. Please note, feedback cannot be provided on videos submitted more than 3 months after initial enrollment.

Questions?

For questions related to the PRT Online Course, please email PRTcourse@stanford.edu

If you are experiencing technical difficulties in accessing LearnMed or Canvas after registration, please contact medcanvas@stanford.edu

For general information about Stanford Autism Center programs and resources, please visit https://med.stanford.edu/autismcenter.html

Course developed by Grace Gengoux, PhD, BCBA-D and Maria Estefania Millan, MS

Many thanks to Dr. Antonio Hardan, Dr. Mendy Minjarez, Drs. Robert and Lynn Koegel, and Katherine Paszek for their contributions to the course content.