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Effective training is essential when taking on a supervisee. Training on client interactions, data collection, running preference, and prompting procedures are some examples of the necessary skills to teach your supervisees.
Onboarding staff is important in all job settings, both inside and outside the field of behavior analysis. Gaps in training can stem from several issues. Perhaps training for an entry-level position includes training videos, but no real-life component, or perhaps supervisors teach the necessary skills once and do not ensure that these skills are mastered.
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Our comprehensive, 8-hour supervision training prepares practicing behavior analysts to supervise BCBA, BCaBA, and RBT® candidates. This training fulfills the seven content areas of the BACB’s Supervisor Curriculum Training Outline 2.0. Expert instructors bring their personal and professional histories to the table and introduce tools and techniques to help make the most of the supervision experience.
We are pleased to offer an updated and improved 8-hour supervision course for behavior analysts based on the BACB’s newest Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline 2.0. The new outline goes into effect in November 2019. With a team of seven dynamite behavior analysts, the 21st Century Supervision Course Series presents a comprehensive account of tried-and-true tools for effectively supervising RBTs, BCaBAs, and BCBAs.
“Establish yourself as a conditioned reinforcer. Just be nice, please.” Stacie Neff, MS, BCBA
Important: This course fulfills the 8-hour training requirement and is based on the B
The 21st Century Supervision Course Series is based on the BACB’s Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline 2.0, released in December 2018. Per the BACB, this new curriculum is “revised, enhanced, and reorganized to emphasize content relevant to the ongoing supervision of RBTs and BCaBAs, and the supervision of trainees.” All incoming supervisors are required to complete an updated training course beginning November 2019.
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There is often training that is required to be given. Byron Wine, PhD, BCBA-D
Within certain areas of healthcare, it has been documented that treating clients with compassion and empathy can have important benefits, such as increasing patient satisfaction, enhancing treatment adherence, and improving clinical outcomes. Additionally, areas of psychology and mental health treatment have long recognized the value of the therapeutic relationship in treatment success. Behavior analysts have recently begun to articulate the importance of attending to relationships in our clinical work. For example, Taylor, LeBlanc, and Nosik (2019) proposed that engaging in compassionate and empathic responses with caregivers may enhance clients' clinical outcomes. Leblanc, Taylor, & Marchese (2019) proposed graduate programs incorporate training in these skills. This dynamic six-part webinar series will focus on emerging research in behavior analysis in building therapeutic relationships with caregivers, the skills to build these relationships, and strategies to strengthen these relationships over time. Video examples and activities will illustrate practical strategies for empathic, collaborative relationships with caregivers.