Commit and Act: Effective Supervision

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CE Hours available ( How do I get my CE? )
Ellie Kazemi, PhD Author and researcher

About This Course

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Most Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are in positions to provide clinical supervision and oversight to their teams. However, many BCBAs were not formally trained to train others or to provide supervision. Effective supervision is paramount in behavior analytic services because the BCBA often prescribes the treatment plan but rarely is the one implementing it. Therefore, effective patient care requires effective supervision of the individuals implementing the treatment plan to assure that the treatment is carried out as prescribed. However, supervising other individuals to carry out prescribed treatments requires that BCBAs learn not just to carry out treatment plans but to train others to provide it and provide feedback as they monitor treatment integrity. In this webinar, Ellie Kazemi will address some of the common barriers supervisors face and provide 10 practical tips for efficient, effective leadership and supervision of staff.

Commit and Act is a non-governmental organization working to bring psychotherapeutic support to communities in need in Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Liberia. Their goal is to build a renewed sense of trust in the people they work with. To help individuals find the courage to rebuild their lives according to their own vision and values. Their local professional therapists counsel individuals and community groups.

PraxisCET is proud to help support this work. Proceeds from this presentation will go directly to Commit and Act, providing vital funding for the health and education services they provide in Sierra Leone and elsewhere.

Schedule

April 13, 2021, 1 PM—3 PM EDT

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the primary functions of effective supervision.
  2. Explain how to give feedback effectively.
  3. Explain how a supervisor can set clear expectations for performance.

Continuing Education

Please review complete CE and conflict-of-interest disclosure information prior to registering. This course is jointly sponsored by Praxis CET and Institute for Better Health (IBH) and is approved for 2 CE Hours by the following listed below. There was no commercial support for this activity. All the planners/presenters have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Praxis CET maintains responsibility for the program with the CE approvals outlined below:

Behavior Analysts: PraxisCET is an approved BACB ACE Provider # OP-17-2718.

Prerequisites

None

Audience

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (beginner-advanced level)

Recommended Reading

None

References

Kazemi, E., Rice, B., & Adzhyan, P. (2018). Fieldwork and Supervision for Behavior Analysts: A Handbook. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

Stone, D., & Heen, S. (2015). Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback well (even when it is off base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you’re not in the mood). Westminster, LDN: Penguin.

Sleiman, A. A., Sigurjonsdottir, S., Elnes, A., Gage, N. A., & Gravina, N. E. (2020). A Quantitative Review of Performance Feedback in Organizational Settings (1998-2018). Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 1-30.

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