The supervision of professionals within the field of behavior analysis is multifaceted. With the recent and continued increase of BACB certificates (BCBA/BCaBA), the need for high-quality supervision has never been greater. Supervision has always been part of the field of ABA in different forms. In recent years, practitioners have recognized the importance of identifying a supervision model that fits both the supervisor and supervisee. While there is no one size fits all model; however, the goal for practitioners should always remain to provide high-quality clinical care and supervision for everyone we serve.  



 Learning Objectives 

  1. Participants will identify the most common supervision models utilized within behavior analysis 
  2. Participants will evaluate best practices in supervision and performance feedback systems. 
  3. Participants will develop a supervision model that supports best practices and clinical demands

About the Presenter

Shawn Capell
Shawn Thomas Capell, MS., BCBA, LBA holds a Master of Science degree in psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and is currently working towards a Ph.D. within the same field. In addition to his current full-time position Mr. Capell is the Owner and Executive Director of Covenant 15:16 LLC, an agency with the mission to ensure all families, regardless of socioeconomic status receive the highest quality ABA care possible. Mr. Capell’s clinical and research interests include parent/staff training, multicultural and diversity issues within the field of ABA, and physical aggression within adult learners. With a love and passion for the field of ABA Mr. Capell has adopted as his personal/professional mission to increase the presence and impact of minority professionals within the field of ABA

Course information

  • Title: Practical Applications Towards Effective Supervision
  • Presenter: Shawn Capell MS, BCBA, LBA
  • Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes
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