What is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)?
The Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) awards this credential to individuals who have met coursework, degree, fieldwork and examination requirements. Requirements for the BCBA Certification include:
- A Master’s degree in behavior analysis and approved by the BACB from a fully accredited institution of higher learning
- 225 classroom hours of graduate level coursework in behaviour analysis
- 1500 hours of supervised independent fieldwork in behaviour analysis (including 75 hours of direct supervision) by a BCBA
- Passing score on the comprehensive BCBA exam
BCBA Supervision with CABA
CABA provides supervision to students who are pursuing BCABA and BCBA certification (see Behaviour Analyst Certification Board for complete requirements for becoming a BCABA or a BCBA and be sure that you meet the requirements outlined to begin your supervised fieldwork).
All supervision is tailored to the needs of the student, and is set in accordance with the BACB’s guidelines on supervision, covering all areas of the task list. Supervision hours may include: video review and feedback, phone conferencing, review and discussion of data collection and analysis, feedback related to program development as well as research review and discussion. 1:1 fieldwork supervision is available both on site and also remotely.
If you are interested in receiving BCABA or BCBA supervision, please Contact us!