Supervision through a DM–answering your most common supervision questions #recorded


Instructor: Marissa Ayala, M.Ed., BCBA

Duration: 102 minutes of instruction, self-paced

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



**This course will provide the participant with 2 Supervision Learning Type BACB® CEU**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: Have supervision questions you’re just dying to have answered? Have you DMed a pro, but are still waiting for a response? Well, you are in the right place! This course provides an opportunity for you (our students) to ask your questions via social media. Marissa will be doing a deep dive to break down your questions and have them make sense! During this class, we are going to be breaking down your most common supervision-type questions and Marissa will be answering them from her experience. Trust me you do not want to miss this CEU! Note: for the recorded option of this event, we will not be collecting new responses past the live event date, but you still will get all of the #juicy details, and answers to the most common questions asked before the live event.

About the Instructor: 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: Anyone who is a supervisor or is interested in supervision or how to improve their supervision practice.

Learning Objectives: As a result of this course participants will be able to …

  • Identify appropriate ways to collaborate between supervisors and supervisees.
  • Identify appropriate examples of client contact.
  • Identify and describe BACB supervision guidelines and discriminate between appropriate and inappropriate activities for client contact, remote supervision, and restricted and unrestricted hours.