2 BACB Learning or Supervision CEU
2 QABA CEUs
We will identify the minimum pre-requisite competencies and personal characteristics Supervisors must possess as a Minimal Viable Clinician (MVC) and… as a “great” supervisor. We will introduce the concept of Minimum Viable Clinician (MVC)… a clinician with the skills and knowledge to be able to effectively deliver quality ABA services across different settings – and how to develop those competencies in order to help shape their supervisees to enable them to reach a level of competence sufficient to credibly and effectively maintain the integrity of the field of behavior analysis.
As of July 2019, the field has nearly 100,000 BACB certificants in the world. Of those, 62,000+ are RBTs who require 5% of their hours supervised by a BCBA (or BCaBA and BCBA-D). Due to the explosive growth we’ve seen in the field of behavior analysis, we are experiencing unintended consequences, some of which are leading to degradation in the quality of supervision. It is critical that supervisors shape their behaviors now to maintain the integrity of the field.
- List the pros and cons of an augmenting field
- Identify a supervision framework to shape ethical and qualified practitioners
- Design a holistic and effective supervision program
QABA Approved CE Provider
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