Are You Training Analysts or Interventionists? Providing Effective and Ethical BACB Supervision – Group
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board provides guidelines to Board Certified Behavior Analysts for provision of effective supervision. However, discussions on social media forums such as Facebook raise concerns about the quality of supervision received by students in the field of Behavior Analysis. This webinar focuses on discussing key components in providing effective supervision, teaching supervisees to engage in problem solving using the evidence based practice framework, and how to promote behavior analytic skills over solely implementing interventions. The webinar provides information to attendees about how to provide effective supervision to supervisees in accordance with BACB® guidelines for supervision and the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code. A large focus is placed on teaching supervisees to problem solve, which is a required topic in the BACB® supervision curriculum.
- Explain the difference between an analyst and interventionist
- Explain the 3 prongs of the Evidence-Based Practice Model
- Identify how the EBP model is different from empirically supported treatments.
- Explain how the BACB® PECC supports the use of the three pronged EBP model
- Train others to apply the 3 pronged EBP model
- Identify evidence-based methods for teaching problem solving
Megan Miller, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA
Megan Miller, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA (pronouns she/her/hers) is Chief Clinical Officer of DoBetter Collective. Megan earned her Ph.D. in Special Education and Behavior Analysis at The Ohio State University in 2015. Dr. Miller’s early training in behavior analysis occurred at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism as a volunteer/intern in 2003. Since that time, she has provided services to over 100 children diagnosed with autism and other disabilities. Dr. Miller has taught courses in behavior analysis and special education as an adjunct professor for several universities. She has co-authored journal articles published in the Journal of Developmental Physical Disability, Behavior Analysis in Practice, and Teaching Exceptional Children. She also co-authored “The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control” with Robert Schramm, BCBA. Megan has provided over 40 presentations to numerous professional organizations around the globe. In 2018, Dr. Miller started the #dobetter professional development movement to improve access to training in best practices in the field of behavior analysis via a free online community, webinars, and a podcast.