WHAT TO EXPECT
Supervisees receive individualized competency and skill-based supervision and professional development and are challenged to practice in a consciousness way. Supervisees will review tasks list items, receive tasks to increase skills and accrue unrestricted hours, as well as engage in meaningful activities and discussions to increase readiness to enter the field.
Supervision from a humanistic perspective that will allow you to work with multiple populations
Structured activities to help develop your skills to become a competent BCBA
Activities that will work towards unrestricted hours ( example- mock assessments and reports, trainings, etc.).
WHAT YOU NEED TO
PARTICIPATE IN SUPERVISION
Abide by BACB Fieldwork Requirements
Have a place to accrue experience hours
Access to clients or individuals
Access a device and internet to connect to supervision
** Clients: Any person (or group of people) for whom behavior-analytic services are appropriate may be a client. However, the trainee may not be related to the client, be the client’s primary caregiver, or be related to the client’s primary caregiver. Trainees must work with, be observed by, and receive feedback from their supervisor with multiple clients during the experience.