Remote Fieldwork Supervision for BCBA® Trainees prepares BCBAs for supervising certification candidates, providing structure, scope, and sequence for supervision, as well as tactical recommendations for providing independent fieldwork supervision in a distance context. The book helps to resolve common challenges in supervision arrangements, such as maintaining professional behaviour and encouraging practitioner self-care.
The book follows the Behavior Analyst Certification Boards Fourth Edition Task List and then goes beyond the required 8-hour supervision training to teach important clinical skills like ACT, RFT, Executive Function skills, OBM, and Curriculum-Based Measures.
- Outlines the systems required for the supervision process
- Examines fundamental elements of behaviour change
- Emphasizes interpersonal skills such as positive reinforcement
- Covers ethical issues in remote supervision
- Includes additional supports and resources for networking and brainstorming
2. The Logistics of Supervision
3. Identification of the Problem
5. Experimental Design
6. Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change
9. Implementation, Management, and Supervision
10. Beyond the Task List
11. Interpersonal Skills
12. Ethics in Supervision
Dr. Lisa Britton's current interests revolve around the delivery of quality supervision for BCBA/BCaBA candidates and ethics within the field of behavior analysis. She obtained her B.S. from the University of North Dakota. She then completed her graduate training at the University of Nevada, Reno under the direction of Dr. James Carr. Upon graduating, she worked at Spectrum Center Schools and Programs for over 15 years where she focused on supporting the Senior Behavior Analysts who provided behavioral supports to students with Special Education needs in their educational environment. In 2015 Dr. Britton launched Britton Behavioral Consulting, a company designed to provide fieldwork supervision for people working to become a BCBA/BCaBA. Her primary focus is on the delivery of remote supervision for those who are unable to obtain quality supervision in their immediate community. Concurrently, Dr. Britton is an adjunct faculty for Touro University and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She teaches a variety of courses for master's students seeking to meet the requirements to sit for the BCBA exam as well as Ph.D. students through The Chicago School. With 17 years as a BCBA, nine publications, and two decades in the field, Dr. Britton has a clear understanding of the skills necessary to be a successful behavior analyst.
Cicoria, Matthew J.
Matt Cicoria is a behavioral and educational consultant in private practice, providing services to school and community settings in New Hampshire and Vermont. Matt earned his B.A. in Psychology at the University of New Hampshire, and then his M.S. in Psychology at Auburn University under the supervision of Dr. Jim Johnston. After graduate school, Matt went to work in the field of Developmental Disabilities, with tenures at large organizations such as AdvoServ and the Institute of Professional Practice. In 2002, Matt earned his BCBA certificate, and in 2007, he started his independent consulting practice, Positive Behavioral Outcomes, LLC. As a dissemination project, Matt created The Behavioral Observations Podcast, in February of 2016. The podcast publishes long-form interviews with leading behavior analysts, in which current topics in the field are discussed in a casual format. Since its inception, the show has been downloaded over 400,000 times, and has reached audiences in over 100 countries.