The Path to Effective Supervision

Instructor Connie Wong, Ph.D., BCBA-D (1-12-10019)
Date and Time Online 8 hours
Location Online - contact Dr. Connie Wong for access
Number of Units 8 hours of supervision training
Course Description

Participants will gain skills needed to be an overall effective supervisor, focusing on developing an effective supervisory relationship, ethical considerations within the supervisory relationship, and the analysis and problem solving of supervision barriers. This training is designed to cover the Nature of Supervision as described by the BACB and is designed for those supervising staff obtaining supervised experience hours, BCaBAs, and RBTs, as well as those wanting to increase their skills as an effective supervisor.  This training is based on the Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline from the BACB, but is offered independent of the BACB. 

Target Audience This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees




 

Generalization to the Verbal Community: Level 5

Instructor Casey Holton, BCBA (1-12-11821)
Date and Time April 1, 2019; 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Location Walnut Creek, CA
Number of Units 1 unit
Course Description

Generalization is a skill to be targeted in and of itself for the Autism population. Due to the deficits in social skills for this population, ABA programs may lack lessons that target generalization to the verbal community as this requires the individual in treatment to become their own speaker and listener, and adapt their behavior based off the ever-changing social world. This training addresses how to teach generalization at this advanced level, including identification of opportunities to target generalization to the verbal community. 

Target Audience This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an advance level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees




 

Representing Yourself as a Professional Behavior Analyst

Instructor Kerry Solliday, BCBA (1-14-9584)
Date and Time March 25, 2019; 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location Newhall, CA
Number of Units 5 units
Course Description

This training will focus on improving clinical supervision and professional development in order to be more effective behavior analysts. Topics include: advanced leadership training using behavioral principles, becoming a more effective supervisor based on the vision and mission of the organization utilizing the science of behavior analysis, and an introduction to Acceptance Commitment Therapy and how to utilize this as a supervisor. 

Target Audience This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees




 

The Importance of Assessment in Developing Effective Intervention

Instructor Kerry Solliday, BCBA (1-14-9584)
Date and Time March 26, 2019; 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location Newhall, CA
Number of Units 5 units
Course Description

This training will focus on improving the effectiveness of a behavioral assessment and how this drives ABA programing across functional environments. Topics include: assessment of the client’s skill deficits and programming including assessment of verbal behavior, environmental contingencies and their impact on skill acquisition, and how to assess reinforcement effectiveness with respect to behavior change. Participants will identify and troubleshoot programming issues in order to enhance the quality and effectiveness of all behavioral programs. 

Target Audience This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only free. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees




 

Effectively Managing Behavior Problems: behavior Analytic Training

Instructor Mari Ueda-Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573)
Date and Time March 27, 2019; 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location Newhall, CA
Number of Units 4 units
Course Description

This course offers a practical, applied approach to effectively managing behavior problems including a hands on demonstration of conditions of functional analyses, guidance to collecting and analyzing descriptive analysis data, and motivating operations interventions. The focus is on positive programming, whereby participants will learn to control environmental contingencies by having functional interventions which staff and parents are able to readily implement. Finally, the behavior cycle is reviewed and data analysis is practiced in order to reduce problem behaviors,which occur in a cycle. 

Target Audience This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees