Competing Contingencies:

Balancing Your Responsibilities to Clients and Supervisees

The BACB® has articulated specific ethical codes regarding the supervision of other behavior analysts and behavior technicians as well as specific supervisor guidelines for the supervision of RBTs®, BCaBAs®, and aspiring RBTs®, BCaBAs®, and BCBAs®. However, the requirements of training and supervising these individuals often can create competing contingencies with our clinical obligations to our clients. During this workshop, we will review the most recent literature on supervision practices and discuss those recommendations in the context of attendee’s caseloads in order to facilitate each attendee creating an action plan for balancing their supervisory and clinical responsibilities.

November 9th, 2016

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago
7550 W. 183rd St.
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Phone: 630.705.8400

3 BCBA Supervision CEUs are available

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.  

Payment must be received by November 9th, 2016.

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Continuing Education Workshop

BCBA Credits

@ $75.00 ea.

No CEU Credits

@ $75.00 ea.


Jennifer Klapatch Totsch received her Master's degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology in 2007 and her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2013. She has worked in the field in a variety of placements, including foster care, special education, residential centers, and private practice. Jennifer’s clinical practice and research has focused on parent training and family systems support for children with and without disabilities. Currently, she serves as an Adjunct Faculty in the Applied Behavior Analysis Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, is in the process of developing a degree program in ABA for National Louis University, and is President-Elect of the Illinois Association for Behavior Analysis.