8+ Hour Supervision Course #recorded

$99.00

Instructors: Liat Sacks, M.Ed., BCBA, Jordan Litt, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA (NYS), Casey McDaniel, M.S., BCBA, Nicole Williams, M.S., BCBA, Danielle Stevens, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, Angie Pickering, M.Ed, BCBA, LBA, & Marissa Ayala, M.Ed., BCBA, IBA

Duration: 527 minutes of instruction, self-paced

10.5 Supervision Learning Type BACB® CEUs provided upon course completion – full course description below

This CEU is designed to meet the requirement for the 8-hour supervision training 2.0 requirements put forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This training program is based on the BACB®, Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) but is offered independent of the BACB®.

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Description

**This course will provide the participant with 10.5 Supervision Learning Type BACB® CEUs**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: This CEU is designed to meet the requirement for the 8-hour supervision training 2.0 requirements put forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This training program is based on the BACB®, Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) but is offered independent of the BACB®. Welcome to CEUs by Study Notes ABA’s BACB® 8-Hour Supervision Requirement Course! Forget everything you know about your typical 8-hour CEU session—this is a whole new vibe. We’re bringing you an engaging, fun, and comprehensive experience that will totally change your perspective on supervision. And because we love to go above and beyond, you’ll earn 10.5 Supervision CEUs instead of just 8! This course isn’t just about sitting through lectures. We’ve got handouts, interactive activities, and lively discussions to keep things exciting. We’re not just here to teach you supervision but to transform how you approach it. Expect hands-on activities and group discussions that make learning fun and unforgettable. Plus, we’ve brought in experts from all over the US to share their diverse perspectives on supervision. You’ll be learning from the absolute best! You’ll get detailed handouts that you’ll actually want to keep and refer to long after the course ends. Discover a fresh way of thinking about supervision with practical techniques you can start using right away. At CEUs by Study Notes ABA, we’re all about making continuing education not just a requirement, but something you look forward to. By joining this course, you’re not just ticking off your BACB® supervision requirement—you’re gaining valuable skills that will seriously level up your professional game. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn from top experts, dive into innovative content, and earn extra CEUs!

About the Instructors:

  • Liat Sacks, M.Ed., BCBA®: Liat is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), she completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Special Education at the University of Maryland before enrolling in FIT’s ABA Program. After graduation health sh** happened (#adultingproblems), and Liat found herself having to start from square one. Liat’s background spans from special education classrooms to clinics to potty training in homes to reading Cooper and studying for the past four years. Liat is most well known for creating drool-worthy (and hilarious) study notes, for teaching (and creating) a behavior analytic study method that doesn’t #suck. She utilizes the principles of ABA in a very unique way to make sure people really grasp the material by making it real, raw, and relatable and also applies the principles across all of her businesses #OBM. Liat is passionate about sharing our science and making it accessible to anyone whether it regards needing to shape a friend’s post-breakup ice cream eating behavior or manipulating the environment to get a pal more likes on the gram. Basically, she takes the APPLIED part of our science very seriously. This is why she is the perfect person to teach a CEU on the dissemination of our Science! Liat is also the co-creator of CEUS by Study Notes ABA, the Study Notes ABA App. When it comes to the dissemination of ABA across a variety of tools, this chick does it all.
  • Jordan Litt, M.Ed., BCBA®, LBA (NYS): Jordan is a BCBA, LBA-NYS and the ACE Coordinator and Co-Founder of CEUs by Study Notes ABA. My start in our “world” wasn’t a straight shot to learning. In the beginning, I really struggled to find my footing until the day I was introduced to Verbal Behavior (the approach and book by B.F. Skinner). From then on, I’ve worked each and every day to cultivate my skills and knowledge of the science of behavior analysis. I’ve worked in a variety of environments that have taught me the true value of generalization. What truly lights me up is helping other people understand more from “simple” to advanced concepts, because I think that’s also one of the barriers to being a good BCBA. Accepting the fact that concepts/ideas are advanced for a reason means that, I’m going to have to study it, it’s not going to be cut and dry, there will always be things I don’t quite understand, and so I must keep on learning. This is the hard part. But it’s also the fun part! The Behavior Bootcamp Series is my labor of love to all of those that are in the same, or similar situation I was. You want to learn, you want to do better, but maybe don’t know where to start. So, I invite you to join me, and let’s learn together! On the rare occasions when I’m not doing all things CEUs by SNABA related, you can find me hanging out with my baby Moose.
  • Casey McDaniel, M.S., BCBA®: Casey is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Co-Teacher of our own Study Notes ABA Collective (i.e., weekly test prep sessions), and Co-Host of the Behavior Bitches Podcast. Casey went to the University of New Hampshire for her undergrad and got her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis from Antioch University. Before joining the Study Notes ABA (SNABA) team, Casey spent 6 years working with Autistic Adults in center-based and community-based settings. Her passion is in seeing her clients learning skills to increase independence within their respective communities, and most importantly living their best and most authentic lives. At SNABA, Casey has used this passion to best support and help students to learn the tasklist and pass the test! She loves to tie in the importance of understanding the social significance and how it can impact specific clients in the short and long (until adulthood) term when it comes to task-list-related information. Casey lives in the beautiful state of New Hampshire (ask her about her tattoo to show her devotion to this state). She has a “wicked” strong New England accent that we constantly correct her on, but nothing seems to help. You can find Casey floating along a river, ocean, pool, glacier, lake, swamp, or puddle. If there is water, this girl will find it.
  • Nicole Williams, M.S., BCBA®: Nicole Williams is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and adjunct professor at Eastern Connecticut State University’s Psychology department. She has worked with parents and their children with developmental, behavioral, and social skills concerns for nine years. She continues to work directly with families part-time, while her main focus is mentoring and guiding the future educators of our field. In all settings, she is an educator, taking pride in a gentle approach to learning, allowing the learner to navigate their learning experience and develop critical thinking and autonomy (for both children and adult learners). Her passion is sharing the benefits of science with everyone.
  • Danielle Stevens, M.Ed., BCBA®, LBA: Danielle is a dedicated Board Certified Behavior Analyst with extensive experience in public education. In addition to her role as a co-teacher at Study NotesABA and a tutor for board exams, Danielle draws from over seven years as a former special education teacher. Her fervent commitment lies in advancing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) within public education, aiming to empower students and staff for success. Recognizing the challenges of the public school environment, Danielle’s passion is to bridge understanding of our science, making it accessible and impactful for all involved.
  • Angie Pickering, M.Ed, BCBA®, LBA: Angie Pickering is a BCBA based in Portland, Oregon. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences from Oregon State University and a Master of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis and Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University, and completed a post-graduate fellowship at Oregon Health and Sciences University, specializing in assessment and interdisciplinary collaboration within neuropsychological teams. Angie’s career in ABA began in 2006, culminating in her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2019. Angie has specialized training in naturalistic developmental behavior interventions such as Pivot Response Training (PRT) from Stanford University and the U.C. Davis Early Start Denver Model, both of which she is certified. She has held pivotal roles within ABA agencies, including Training Director and BCBA in Early Intervention Clinics and Intensive Behavior Units. Currently, Angie owns her practice, she provides consultation for clinics nationwide, on PRT and Supervision. She also teaches as a graduate-level instructor at Portland State University. She is passionate about high-quality supervision and created Tracker! To support students in tracking their fieldwork hours. Outside of work, Angie enjoys gardening, particularly cultivating dahlias, green beans, and raspberries. She also finds joy in spending quality time with her family, indulging in a good cup of coffee, and exploring Portland’s scenic bike trails.
  • Marissa Ayala, M.Ed., BCBA®, IBA: My name is Marissa Ayala, M.Ed, BCBA, and I am a Latina I own my own remote supervision company, Local ABA. Where we specialize in helping individuals obtain their unrestricted hours in unique and creative ways! My area of focus is supervision and I love storytelling and teaching! I am striving to build a community of competent, culturally responsive, and well-rounded future analysts that encourage their supervisees to ask questions and build meaningful change in our ABA community. You can catch Marissa on the gram @marissalocalaba.

Target Audience:BCBAs® This CEU is designed to meet the requirement for the 8-hour supervision training 2.0 requirements put forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This training program is based on the BACB®, Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) but is offered independent of the BACB®.

Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course Participants will be able to meet the criteria based on the BACB®, Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) (but is offered independent of the BACB®), in addition to …

  • Identify and give examples of the eight purposes of behavior-analytic supervision.
  • Practice responding to the question, “What is the purpose of supervision?” from a potential supervisee or trainee.
  • Develop a set of tools and templates to apply to their future supervision practice.
  • Identify organizational structure within a given organization
  • State-specific supervision requirements of RBT®s
  • Identify, use, and locate resources related to supervision, competency assessment, and RBT® renewal
  • Be able to determine skill set, make goals, and organize a supervision session
  • Discuss the effective use of BST (behavior skills training) within supervision
  • State and describe the role of a BCaBA®
  • State and understand the BACB®’s guidelines for supervising BCaBA®s
  • Identify and describe tasks to assign to BCaBA®s
  • Design supervision sessions with BCaBA®s
  • Understand and describe documentation procedures for ongoing supervision with BCaBA®s
  • Identify requirements specific to acquiring fieldwork for BCaBA®/BCBA® credentials
  • Understand and identify the difference between restricted and unrestricted hours
  • Navigate and know the requirements for documentation including the Monthly Verification and Final Verification Forms
  • Understand the purpose and content of supervision in regards to Field work hours
  • Objectively define soft skills related to effective mentorship and supervision relationship building.
  • Generate an ethical professional development plan for their first year as a supervisor.
  • Continue to accrue a set of tools and templates to apply to their future supervision practice.