Supervision is a critical component to our field as Behavior Analysts. Whether serving future BCBAs or clients and families, building rapport is a skillset that is often neglected, overlooked, or simply ignored due to our adherence to datas based decision making. Yet, this "soft skill," is just as important before any services can be provided. To maximize the potential of supervisees and to receive high level involvement and engagement from your clients, building rapport is an essential component to effective and humane treatment. Dr. Harrison's talk will focus on the importance of building rapport as a supervisor with clients and supervisees, while teaching supervisees such a skill; understanding yourself as a leader; and strategies to build and enhance rapport.

Learning Objectives

  1. Recognize the importance of rapport building with clients and supervisees
  2. Implement effective rapport building strategies 
  3. Question and evaluate your leadership and supervision abilities 

About the Presenter

Antonio Harrison
Dr. Antonio Harrison is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Doctorate level (BCBA-D) and has a MA and Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis. Much of his work focuses on Health, Sports, and Fitness, Leadership & Diversity, OBM, and Self-Management. He is a graduate school professor, consultant, keynote speaker, fitness coach in a Virtual Reality app called Supernatural, podcast host, and has coached varsity high school football for sixteen years. Dr. Harrison is a husband and father of 3 boys. He was born and raised in Pasadena, CA.

Course information

  • Title: My Supervisor Doesn't Know Me
  • Presenter: Antonio Harrison Ph.D., BCBA-D
  • Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • Customer Rating: (299)

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