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What is "Mentorship versus Supervision?"

Mentorship is designed for established BCBA’s who feel they need more support in a certain area. This may be guidance on general ACT training, or feedback on a specific client. It is customized to fit your individual needs!
 
Supervision is designed for individuals seeking BCBA supervision who are in need of BACB approved experience hours. Our Supervisors are available for a Full Supervision Package (for those who don’t have a contracted Supervisor) or a Partial Package (for those who want to expand upon their current supervision experience).
 
Each Mentor has their own unique set of expertise and experience. While all of our Mentors are trained in ACT, we also provide Mentorship for other areas of ABA. Please see the Area of Focus below to find the perfect Mentor for your needs!

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Ashton is a Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst with over ten years of experience supporting individuals and organizations to meet their optimal potential through the application of behavior science.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Adolescents, Advocacy, Adult, Autism, Behavioral Disorders, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, FBA/FA, Goal Development, Mental Health, Mindfulness, OBM, Parent Training, RBT Training/Supervision, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior
Beth works internationally supporting sustainable humane practices in behavior analysis and contextual science. She has over 20 years of experience in the field. Beth has appeared on national & international podcasts, she has presented in US & China. Beth is committed to life long learning & facilitating societal change through the humane application of the science of human behavior.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Assessment, Caregiver Coaching/Training, Client Programming, Consulting, Data Analysis, Implementation Science, Instructional Design, Precision Teaching, RFT, Supervision
Brian is a human. He is a human who experiences life. Part of his experience is as an autistic. Brian also happens to be a former special education teacher and a practicing BCBA. But most importantly, Brian is human and loves the human experience. He wishes to help others understand the wonders of this experience. Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. We learn and grow together.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Adolescents, Adult, Autism, Teens, Trauma Informed Care
Eric is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) who received a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas Arlington.
Areas of Focus: Business Development, OBM
Erin started out her career as a special education teacher working in early childhood classrooms utilizing Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior as her primary approach to teaching. Erin received her board certification in behavior analysis in 2010 and has been working in homes and schools ever since.
Areas of Focus: ACT
Haja Jallow has a M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Spalding University. She’s been a BCBA for 7 years, 9 years in the field of ABA and 12 years experience with individuals with Autism. Haja is currently a doctoral student of ABA at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Autism
Jenilee is the founder of Mindful Behavior. She has over twelve years of experience in ABA. She has worked in a wide variety of settings, across a multitude of diagnoses, and with a large range of age groups. Jenilee is passionate about merging ACT, Accessibility, and Reform with ABA. Jenilee is also part of the neurodivergent community.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Adolescents, Advocacy, Adult, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, IISCA/PFA/SBT, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Parent Training, Reform, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior
Jenny Hayes uses she/her and they/them pronouns. They are neurodivergent and this has helped them connect with the people they work with immensely. They have been a BCBA for one year and in the ABA field for 6 years. Their entire work experience, starting with their first job in high school, has been within the realm of disabilities and Autism.
Areas of Focus: Advocacy, Adult, Autism, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Goal Development, Reform, Social Skills, Staff Development
Kerrin earned her Master in Psychology with a concentration in Applied behavioral analysis and obtained her B.C.B.A. – Board Certified Behavior Analyst to pursue her passion to work with disabled children.
Areas of Focus: Adolescents, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Parent Training, RBT Training/Supervision, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development
Maria Ucan was born in Pasadena, California, where she spent much of her childhood. She moved to Mexico as a pre-teen and returned to the states, in her early 20’s, to finish her undergrad degree at Louisiana State University. Maria continued her education at Southern Illinois Universtiy-Carbondale, where she received her MS in Behavior Analysis and Therapy.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Addiction, Adolescents, Adult, Behavioral Disorders, Goal Development, Mental Health, Mindfulness, OBM, RFT, Social Skills, Teens
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