If you have met or are working toward the academic requirements to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) you will need field hours supervised by qualified professionals. Directors and staff of BCSNA can provide the supervision required by the BACB.
Please visit the BACB’s website at bacb.com to obtain the most up-to-date standards regarding individual and group supervision.
BCSNA supervision can be provided in two ways:
- Direct face-to-face: on-site, local or statewide throughout Arizona
- Distance: from anywhere using audio and video/web conferencing.
BCSNA provides individualized supervision plans for supervisees, with a focus on evidence-based practices and assessments. Our quality supervisors are active BCBA’s with diverse backgrounds and years of experience working with children and adults across many settings (i.e. clinics, homes, schools, and community). Individuals working for BCSNA will be provided with supervision as part of their employment benefits.