What is BCBA Supervision?

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) credentials practitioners at two levels:

A Board Certified Behavior Analyst ™ (BCBA) is someone who possess a Masters Degree, has 225 hours of specific Graduate-level coursework, has been supervised by someone approved by the BACB for 75 hours, has at least 1500 hours of supervised independent fieldwork, and has passed the comprehensive Behavior Analyst Certification Examination.

A Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst ™ (BCaBA) is someone who possesses a Bachelors Degree, has 135 classroom hours of specific coursework, meets experience requirements, and has passed the comprehensive Assistant Behavior Analyst Certification Examination.

Being a Board Certified Behavior Analyst is one of the highest credentials one can achieve with respect to providing Behavioural Consultation for children diagnosed with Autism. BCBA certificants maintain their credentials by accumulating continuing education credits.

Our Clinical Director and Senior Behaviour Consultants are certified by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board. Family Centred Practices Group provides supervision and mentorship to Senior Behavioural Interventionists/Junior Consultants and Behavioural Consultants working in collaboration with the group.

If you are interested in a position with the Family Centred Practices Group and in receiving BCBA supervision, please contact us.