What is Distance Supervision?
The BACB allows supervision to be in various formats such as one-on-one, in a small group, or by video observation. The Board requires that a supervisor see you implementing ABA with clients in the natural environment every few weeks, allowing
that this observation can be conducted by video review or web camera. Rethink o_ers distance supervision by means of video observation. We provide specific feedback on your performance during these video reviews or web camera observations and do not need to be physically present with you. Well-designed distance consultation feels personal, similar to discussing your work with a knowledgeable and trusted colleague in person. We strive to make your supervision both personal and professionally rewarding.
The BCBA also allows for half of supervision to be conducted in a group format. This provides you an engaging and supportive cohort of peers with whom to discuss your interests, ideas, and issues. The process is very, very simple and you can participate
from anywhere. With the use of a web camera, you can see and hear everyone in the meeting, and have experience that is enjoyable, interactive, and very personal. The remainder of your supervision will be direct contact with a supervisor, conducted by video chat or telephone.