Free Event: Enhancing Accountability in Supervision of Registered Behavior Technicians® (RBTs®) - August 15, 2024

Join GGABA virtually for a presentation by Drs. Tyra Sellers and Sarah Lichtenberger on August 15, 2024 at 6:00 pm ET.
Abstract: Effective supervision is crucial for the safe and effective delivery of services and the professional development of Registered Behavior Technicians® (RBTs®). Supervisors hold full accountability for all facets of the supervisory relationship, including ensuring compliance with supervision requirements and meticulous documentation. Additionally, supervisors must educate their supervisees about these requirements, instruct them on proper documentation practices, and empower them to advocate for themselves if their supervisory needs are unmet. This knowledge and skill set is especially critical for RBTs, who may lack prior experience with these processes because the power dynamic inherent in the supervisory relationship may be a barrier to self-advocacy. This presentation explores the ethical dimensions of supervisory accountability, strategies for meeting supervision requirements, and best practices for documenting supervision, fostering a robust and ethical supervisory framework. This presentation will also provide some strategies for rapport-building and power-sharing to promote a healthy, bi-directional relationship.
CEUs: 1 Supervision BACB® Learn CEU
Learning Objectives:
1. Attendees will identify three steps they can take to ensure they are familiar with supervision requirements.
2. Attendees will describe documentation best practices for creating, updating, and maintaining documentation.
3. Attendees will describe strategies for approaching conversations with supervisors when supervision requirements are not met. 
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