Supervision for effective, ethical and culturally sensitive behaviour analytic practice: why credentialing matters

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk


In this webinar, the speakers will define effective supervision from a behaviour analytic viewpoint and will present strategies that facilitate supervisee goal achievement. To meet the need for using evidence-based strategies when supervising trainee behaviour analysts, we will present a number of measurement systems that allow supervisors to assess their effectiveness on an ongoing basis. Examples of best practice including how to be culturally sensitive, ethical and caring will be presented and the audience will have the chance to discuss specific issues pertaining to their practice. Given the need for developing new national and international credentialing systems for behaviour analysts, the EuroBA project will be presented with details on what needs to happen in relation to national recognition for behaviour analysts, with the overarching aim to achieve mobility for EuroBAs.

Learning Outcomes
• Define effective supervision
• Identify strategies used by effective supervisors to achieve supervisee goals
• Design and use a variety of measurement systems to monitor supervision effectiveness
• Understand the need for credentialing behaviour analysts in Europe and the scope of the EuroBA project
Period16 Nov 2022
Held atPane e Cioccolata, Italy
Degree of RecognitionNational