Supervision Webinar Series: Developing Essential Foundational Repertoires in Supervisees (Module 1)


In this session, our presenter, Dr. Noor Syed, PhD, BCBA-D and subject matter experts, Dr. Jon Bailey, PhD, BCBA-D, Dr. Bobby Newman, PhD, BCBA-D and Jacob Sadovoy, BCBA, discussed the pivotal role supervisors play in maintaining or enhancing the quality of the field of behavior analysis.


CEU: 3 BACB®  Supervision or Type II (Included with purchase)

CEs: 3 QABA® General (Included with purchase)



Critical thinking and problem-solving are “must-have” skills for all successful behavior analysts – some of whom are required to make hundreds of decisions in a single day. Yet, these skills are rarely taught in any coursework or included in the exam to become a BCBA.

This webinar is presented in a Digital Symposium format – a facilitated roundtable discussion format with world-class guest subject matter experts. Participants were introduced to the concept of Minimum Viable Clinician (MVC), a clinician who possesses a minimum set of competencies to be effective clinicians. Our presenter and panelists reviewed the critical skills required to achieve the MVCs status – (1) clinical competency; (2) critical thinking; (3) cultural competency; (4) commitment to ethics; (5) collaboration, and (6) knowledge of how to maximize technology to create leverage and capacity.



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