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The following posts are not affiliated with Florida Tech, but are only job posting opportunities for BCBAs and BCaBAs.
1/30/17 - BCBAs Needed in AZ
1/30/17 - BCBAs Needed in FL
1/30/17 - BCBAs Needed in AK
1/30/17 - BCBA-Ds, BCBAs, & BCaBAs needed in CT
2/3/17 - BCaBAs Needed in FL
2/3/17 - BCBAs & BCaBAs Needed in Melbourne, FL
2/10/17 - BCBAs & BCaBAs Needed in Orlando, FL
2/10/17 - BCBAs Needed in South Florida
2/17/17 - BCBA Needed in NJ
2/17/17 - BCBA Needed in CA
2/17/17 - BCBA Needed in CA
2/24/17 - BCBA Needed in FL
2/24/17 - BCBA Needed in TX
3/9/17 - BCBAs Needed in FL & TX
3/10/17 - BCABAs Needed in NJ
3/16/17 - BCBAs Needed in MA
3/28/17 - BCBAs, BCaBAs and RBTs Needed in FL
3/28/17-BCBAs Needed in PA
3/28/17 - BCBA Needed in FL
The following individuals and agencies have asked that we list them as offering supervision services, as defined and outlined by the BACB. This supervision may be provided in immediate physical proximity with the supervisee, from a distance via audio/visual electronic communication, or both.
Some of the listed individuals may provide instruction or other services through the Florida Tech ABA Online program, but the services offered herein have no relation whatsoever with Florida Tech or ABA Technologies, Inc. By listing the names below, Florida Tech and ABA Technologies are offering no information, opinion or validation of the scope, quality, immediacy of availability or continuity of supervision offered by the listed individual. Supervision services are not provided either directly through or in partnership with Florida Tech or ABA Technologies.
Anyone interested in obtaining ABA-based supervision from one of the individuals listed below should contact that individual directly, determine whether the individual meets their supervision needs, and thereafter maintain future contact outside of the auspices of the Florida Tech continuing education program. All financial arrangements are to be made between the interested parties and have no relationship whatsoever with either Florida Tech or ABA Technologies.
Florida Tech and ABA Technologies bear no liability for any action resulting from any supervisory relationship or other contacts resulting from the use of this list by any party.
This listing is provided strictly as an informal service to our students and should not be considered as an endorsement of any kind.
Alice M. Walkup
Alice believes that in order to make the most out of supervision, one must experience a variety of environments, clients and behavior change procedures that challenge clinical skills while having appropriate support and mentorship. She began working with preschool children with autism in 2004, using ABA-based strategies. She continued her work using ABA-based interventions in private homes, community, and public and private school settings. Alice has worked with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, anxiety/school refusal, visual and hearing impairments, oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, bipolar disorder, and Down syndrome, among others. As a clinical supervisor, she has performed assessments, developed intervention plans and trained parents, teachers and staff.
This experience has shaped her approach to implementing evidence-based interventions in real-world settings. She is particularly passionate about applied research on early intensive behavior intervention, social skills, communication and ethical practice. Alice volunteers her time with organizations emphasizing evidence-based practice, and has presented her research at a number of national conferences. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
M.Ed., BCBA - Footprints Therapy LLC
Dorothy Ranew, M.Ed., BCBA and founder of Footprints Therapy LLC, is a behavior analyst providing both remote and on-site BCBA supervision. With ten years’ experience in the field of special needs, Dorothy is qualified to implement individual therapy settings and provide in-home therapy services. An award-winning clinic specialist for the Marcus Autism Center's early intervention program (Atlanta, Ga.), Dorothy has successfully developed behavior programs for children with severe autism while helping young adults make the transition from a clinical setting into the wider community. “My goal is to provide supervision to others by using the knowledge I have gained through my experiences.” Dorothy Ranew, M.Ed., BCBA. To contact Footprints Therapy, call (404) 671-8565 or visit www.footprintstherapy.org.
Easter Seals, South Florida
Easter Seals South Florida provides supervision to individuals seeking board certification in behavior analysis (BCBA or BCaBA). This is an exciting opportunity to be part of our behavior team, providing behavioral support for children, students, families and staff.For more information, contact:
Camila Rocha, Director of Education
Call: (305) 547-4727 | Email: crocha@SFL.easterseals.com
Global Autism Project
Looking for a unique supervision experience? Want to find out more about behavior analysis around the world? The Global Autism Project provides distance supervision to those seeking board certification in behavior analysis (BCBA or BCaBA). This exciting endeavor complements our organization's mission: to build local capacity in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder in underserved communities worldwide. Our certification program includes individual sessions focused on the specific needs of the students, as well as group meetings in which supervisees will have the opportunity to learn with and from our service partners working in countries such as Malaysia and Kenya. Many of these service partners are working in areas where awareness is minimal and services scarce. You will have the opportunity to gain a uniquely culturally sensitive experience with those affecting the availability of services on a global scale. If you would like to find out more about our program, you can check our website www.globalautismproject.org/bcba-supervision or email us at email@example.com.
Han-Leong Goh (Han)
Han-Leong Goh (Han), Ph.D., BCBA-D, is available to provide supervision to fulfill supervision requirements of the BACB. Han received his Ph.D. in psychology (applied behavior analysis) from the University of Florida, working with Dr. Brian Iwata. He spent a year under a postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, working with Dr. Cathleen Piazza. He has been a practicing behavior analyst for over 20 years with interests in functional analysis and function-based treatment of behavior disorders and has worked with children and adults presenting with a wide variety of challenging diagnoses. Han has 14 publications in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis , including four first-author publications, and has served as guest reviewer since 1994. Currently, his practice includes assessment and treatment of behavior disorders among adults and children diagnosed with autism and other developmental delays. Han also provides skills acquisition training via ABLLS-R and VB-MAPP for children diagnosed with autism. He also has experience providing BACB supervision. Han can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The key to your success as a future behavior analyst is effective supervision. IBT Supervision is a distance supervision experience that provides over twenty years of experience to cultivate the best candidates to become behavior analysts.
At the highest ethical standards and extensive years of experience, IBT offers you a special individualized or group session supervision experience with one of their 65 BCBAs around the country. Discuss your specific cases or topics on the BACB task list with your IBT supervisor to cover the requirements to be eligible for the BACB exam.
The benefit of choosing IBT as your primary supervision provider is the ease of guiding you through your requirements online or at one of their 20 national or international locations. Added to your individualized supervision, IBT also offers supervisees added curriculum tools free during supervision that come with progress tracking and analytics with a real time analytics. An excellent supervision experience just became affordable.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or call (858) 278-6603, ext. 31.
Lisa Britton is a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level (BCBA-D). She obtained her M.A. in 1998 and Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of Nevada, Reno, under the direction of James Carr. Lisa’s primary focus is on providing behavioral supports to students with special education needs in their educational environment.
Britton Behavioral Consulting provides BCBA and BCaBA supervision remotely and in person (within the San Francisco Bay area). Supervision consists of observing behavior analytic activities conducted with clients (in-vivo or through recordings) and reviewing graphs, reports, behavior intervention plans, skill acquisition plans, etc. We deliver feedback on these videos and specific work products in addition to ongoing discussion of cases the supervisee has.
Details are available at http://www.brittonbehavioralconsulting.com/
Contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 812-8353.
Melissa Druskis, M.S., BCBA, is offering distance supervision to BCaBA and BCBA students. Melissa has a bachelor’s degree in speech language pathology and a master’s degree in applied cognition and neuroscience, including 2 years of research and published work in neural plasticity and working memory. She also completed the BCBA certification program with Florida Institute of Technology. Melissa has worked as pediatric therapist since 2010 in the fields of speech language pathology and ABA. She is currently a supervising BCBA for a home health company in Dallas, Texas. Her experience includes working with clients with autism, emotional disturbance, ADHD, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, severe challenging behaviors, social skill deficits and behavior-related feeding problems. As a BCBA supervisor, Melissa develops and implements behavioral and skill acquisition programs, conducts parent and teacher training, provides functional behavior assessments and skill/daily living assessments and supervises and trains RBTs and BCaBA and BCBA students.For more information, visit www.abcbehaviortx.com or contact Melissa at email@example.com. Flexible days and times are available for supervision.
Michael E. Kelley
Michael E. Kelley, Ph.D., BCBA-D is available to provide online supervision for those pursuing supervised hours toward the BCaBA and the BCBA certifications. He is an associate professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and director of the Severe Behavior Disorders program. Dr. Kelley serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. His research interests include assessment and treatment of severe behavior problems, early intervention and translational research. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Behavioral Care, California
National Behavioral Care is a leading organization in treatment and care of individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Our success in the field of behavior analysis is founded on the principles of teamwork and state-of-the-art practices. Accordingly, we are looking for team-oriented and dedicated individuals who are seeking exceptional supervision for the BCBA or BCaBA certification. Supervised candidates will have the opportunity to interact with leading behaviorists with a track record. BACB-approved BCBA and BCaBA supervision is offered completely free to eligible candidates.To learn more about our supervision opportunities:
Call (888) 603-7779, ext. 5
Email Employment@NatBCare.com or Avi@NatBCare.com
M.Ed., BCBA - Accessing Abilities, LLC
Rachel Torrance and Accessing Abilities, LLC, provide local and remote independent supervision. Rachel is a BCBA and special education teacher who has received direct training from many leaders in the field, to include Drs. Cooper, Heron, Heward, and LaVigna. She received her undergraduate and M.Ed. degrees in special education in 1997 and 1998. Following that, she taught special education across the continuum of services. Rachel has also obtained 60-plus hours of post master’s graduate school training. Since 2011, she has been providing consultative services for school-age students as a behavior and curriculum intervention specialist with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, a DD agency in northeast Ohio. Rachel is often seen presenting, collaborating with professionals, consulting across settings, supervising and participating as an active board member with Milestones Autism Resources in Ohio. As a supervisor, she creates a welcoming and individualized learning environment. Many resources are provided to build the supervisees’ level of competency and ability to apply their understanding of the current task list and behavior analysis concepts and principles. Applying data-driven methodologies, evidence based practices and positive supports programming, supervisees become fluent in behavior analysis--as well as their own practice in the field--and ready for the exam.Contact Rachel at Rachel@AccessingAbilities.com or (216) 469-8398
Details and curriculum vitae are available at www.AccessingAbilities.com.
Sarah Bertrand-Zelaya, M.Ed., BCBA, is the owner and founder of Putting the Pieces Together Behavioral Therapy, LLC, located in Naples, Fla. Sarah completed her BCBA coursework through Florida Tech’s certification program in 2011. Sarah has 12 years of experience in ABA and special education beginning as an early intervention ABA therapist for children with autism spectrum disabilities and other developmental disabilities. Since beginning in the field, Sarah has worked in multiple settings including in-home, day cares, community settings, and public and private schools. She has worked with children ages 18 months to 18 years; however, the majority of her experience is with elementary ages. Sarah has recently expanded her knowledge and expertise to provide therapy and treatment for children with emotional-behavioral disabilities. Sarah has successfully developed and implemented behavior programs and plans, as well as skill acquisition protocols. In addition to working directly with children with special needs, over the past two years Sarah has begun providing supervision for BCaBAs and students currently enrolled in ABA coursework seeking certification. Sarah provides direct face-to-face supervision in southwest Florida as well as online supervision around the globe. Please email Sarah at SarahBZ2010@hotmail.com for further information.
William "Tim" Courtney
William "Tim" Courtney, M.S., BCBA, is the research and training director for Little Star Center (LSC), a clinic-based ABA setting providing therapy to individuals diagnosed with autism. Tim Courtney is also a co-instructor for FIT’s professional development program in ABA and a Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University. Tim has six years of experience providing direct and remote supervision to help professionals meet BACB standards and achieve BCBA or BCaBA certification. Tim’s approach to supervision is to work with supervisees to develop a portfolio consisting of several work products directly related to acceleration and deceleration programming for individuals with autism. Tim only takes one supervisee per year. If you are interested in supervision by Tim, he can be reached at email@example.com. Tim Courtney offers these supervision services through his company only, and is not affiliated with Florida Tech.