Behavior Change is pleased to announce that we are now offering supervision for professionals working to obtain their Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) credentials.
Supervision will include: observation (via Skype/zoom or video review) and feedback, phone conferencing, review and discussion of data collection and analysis, functional behavioral assessment and analysis, assistance and feedback related to program development and research review and discussion.
Who is eligible?
Individuals who are enrolled in an approved Applied Behavior Analysis Masters or certification program
Individuals who are employed in an ABA setting or have access to a client that could benefit from ABA services.
What do you need?
Individuals will need to have access to a computer with internet access, webcam, microphone, and video recording device
Written consent from employer or on-site supervisor
Written consent from client to be recorded and observed remotely.
How much supervision do I need?
According to the BACB trainees are required to have 5% of fieldwork hours supervised per month.
Trainees must complete a minimum of 20 hours to a maximum of 130 hours per month of independent fieldwork.
Example: 100 hours of fieldwork will require five (5) hours of supervision.
RBT Competency Assessment
Temporary Allowance due to COVID-19
Following the recommendations for social distancing, the BACB has granted a temporary allowance for RBT assessment through role-playing*
We understand many RBTs are out of work but still need to maintain their certification. Our BCBAs will assist with RBT Competency Assessments following these temporary exception.
*According to recent updates from the BACB, "All RBT competency assessments received (after) April 28, 2020 will allow "with a client" tasks to be fulfilled via "role play."