**This course will provide the participant with 1.5 Supervision Type BACB CEU**
Description of Learning Type CE Event: In an age where mental health is receiving so much awareness, we’re now being presented with language to interpret all walks of life: From the way we’re attached to our partners, to our childhood trauma, to our trauma bonding with others, and our parenting styles. But how can we, as behavior analysts, interpret this information to better our behavior? And most importantly, how do we find value in this so-called “mentalistic” world that we can apply to improve our own practice? In this CEU class, you will learn invaluable skills regarding the four parenting styles to make you a well-rounded professional, and you will also learn how these skills can be applied not just to children but to supervisees. Understanding the supervision cycle, which can be #toxic, reflecting on your own “upbringing” in the field, and thinking about your current practice, you will unlearn maladaptive behaviors while acquiring new adaptive skills to make you the best supervisor your therapists could ask for.
About the Instructor: Rosangela, A.K.A Rosie, better known as @Behaviorfy, is a BCBA and NY licensed behavior analyst. Rosie has been in the field since 2016. In 2021, Behaviorfy was born with a mission to bring quality training to RBTs and slowly grew as a source of material prep for aspiring professionals in the field, including BCBAs. Behaviorfy also heavily focuses on sparking conversations about essential issues in the field, ranging from neurodiversity and client dignity, ethical behavior, supervisory practices, and other controversial issues, such as private practice ABA. You can find Rosie on Instagram @behaviorfy, and check out her website, behaviorfy.net, for study resources, freebies, and other services!
Target Audience: BCBA® Supervisors & Trainers
Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course …
- Participants will understand the different parenting styles.
- Participants will connect parenting styles to the field of ABA & current practices.
- Participants will be able to self-assess which "Parenting" style fits them as a supervisor.
- Participants will identify characteristics that make an effective BCBA Supervisor.
- Participants will Identify strategies to improve supervisory practice.
- Participants will understand the importance of appropriate supervision #GenerationalTrauma.
- Participants will be able to self-assess their own contingencies & behavioral changes that you can make #Baseline.
To earn credit, you will be required to watch all video portions and pass a quiz about it with a score of 80% or higher. You can retake the quiz as many times as needed, but you may not receive exactly the same questions each time.