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BCBA/BCaBA Supervision

LOOKING FOR SUPERVISION?

We provide high quality and affordable supervision services to BCBA and BCaBA candidates that supports supervisees to become effective practitioners. Supervision will teach BCBA and BCaBA candidates necessary skills to pass their certification exam and most importantly to work in the field as a behavior analyst.  

Are you ready to grow professionally while getting the necessary training, support, and encouragement?

WHO IS THIS FOR?

BCBA or BCaBA candidates who meet the following requirements:

  • Eligible for supervision per BACB Experience Standards (including enrollment in an approved ABA Masters or certification program)

  • Employment or placement in an ABA setting or access to a client that could benefit from ABA services with necessary consents:

    • Consent from employer or on-site supervisor

    • Consent from client to be recorded and observed remotely by me

  • Complete 20-130 fieldwork hours per month

  • Access to a computer with internet access, webcam, microphone, and video recording device

HOW DOES IT WORK?

ENROLLMENT & PRE-WORK

We will meet to discuss the overview of the supervision program, curriculum, requirements and customize your individual experience. Review and sign the required supervision contract and schedule your first set of supervision meetings.

WEEKLY SUPERVISION MEETINGS

We will meet online weekly at a designated time. Meetings will consist of terminology review, ABA history, and concepts according to the BACB Task List. Discussion & review of research articles. Discussion, review, and feedback of assignments and videotaped sessions.

VIDEO REVIEWS

Candidate will provide video samples of work implementation. These videos will be reviewed at least 2 times per month (in order to meet BACB requirements of 2 supervisor observations per month).

WHAT DOES IT COST?

The hourly rate for supervision is $60 per hour, however packages for 6.5 hours per month are $350.

 

Per the BACB, for supervised independent fieldwork, you need a total of 2,000 hours fieldwork hours, 100 of which are meeting directly with your supervisor.  If you gain all hours possible per month, this will equal 1.5-2 hours per week (for 30 fieldwork hours), which would be a total of 6.5 hours per month (for 130 fieldwork hours).

*BACB requires supervision equal to at least 5% of your fieldwork hours each month*

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