Strengthening the Future of our Field One Supervisee at a Time: Developing a Supervision Experience to Create Competent, Ethical, and Compassionate Behavior Analysts

Strengthening the Future of our Field One Supervisee at a Time: Developing a Supervision Experience to Create Competent, Ethical, and Compassionate Behavior Analysts​
Molly Dubuque, M.A., BCBA, LBA
University of Louisville Autism Center
Thursday, July 13, 2017, 8:00am - 12:00pm & 1:00pm - 5:00pm
8 BACB Type II CEUs (included in the price of registration)

Individuals perusing certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) require supervised experience from a qualified supervisor. In 2015, the BACB increased their minimal standards for behavior analysts serving as supervisors to include the completion of an 8-hour supervision training and an online competency based training module on the BACB experience standards. This training meets the requirements for the 8-hour supervision training and will focus on various aspects of the supervisory experience, including the purpose of supervision, how to evaluate the effects of supervision, and how to support supervisee’s ongoing professional development. Attendees will develop learning objectives tailored to their organization, which will serve as the basis for initiating supervision. This training program is based on the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline but is offered independent of the BACB.

This training program is based on the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline but is offered independent of the BACB.

Molly L. Dubuque, M.A., BCBA, LBA

Molly L. Dubuque received a B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the University of Nevada, Reno. She earned her M.A. in Psychology (with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis) from UNR in 2008. Molly is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Licensed Behavior Analyst, and is a member of the Association of Behavior Analysis International, the Nevada Association of Behavior Analysis, and the Kentucky Association for Behavior Analysis. Molly has over 15 years of experience working with children with developmental disabilities in the United States and overseas. Molly has worked as an assistant director for a day treatment and habilitation program for adults with developmental disabilities and has held various positions in the UNR Early Childhood Autism Program. She has taught master’s level classes at the Jordan Institute of Science and Technology, the first behavior analysis program in the Middle East, and developed behavioral programming for Jordanian children at the Autism Academy of Jordan. As a Behavior Analyst with Advanced Child Behavior Solutions, she provided consultation to parents and teachers of children with and without disabilities, conducted teacher and parent trainings, and managed home-based EIBI services for young children with Autism. Molly currently works as a Behavior Analyst at the University of Louisville Autism Center and serves as the Practicum Director in the University’s M.Ed. in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis Program. She serves as a representative to the Kentucky Association for Behavior Analysis (KYABA) and is an active member of Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT).