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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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Jennifer is a neurodivergent BCBA with 17 years working in the field of ABA. She has worked in schools and home based environments with children and young adults aged 2-21. Jennifer is a graduate of the Brock University M.ADS program with a specialization in ABA.
Areas of Focus: Advocacy, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, FBA/FA, Goal Development, Neurodiversity Affirming, RBT Training/Supervision, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Verbal Behavior
Summer Mingo (she/her/they) is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst serving in Georgia. She is passionate about creating systems of support around those she works for and also employs. She has experience in PFA/SBT, CPS, Programming for Assent, Early Intervention, Caretaker and Professional Collaboration utilizing ACT, DNA-V, and Neurodiversity Affirming Alignment in Practice.
Areas of Focus: ACT, IISCA/PFA/SBT, Neurodiversity Affirming, Supervision
Armando Bernal (he/him) is an experienced and neurodiverse Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Spring, Texas who works primarily with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder aged 2-10 years-old. Armando is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University where he earned his master’s in special education in 2019.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Advocacy, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Business Development, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, Goal Development, Mindfulness, Neurodiversity Affirming, OBM, RBT Training/Supervision, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development
Katelyn E. Kendrick (they/them) is a neurodiversity-affirming Board Certified Behavior Analyst/senior clinician for an early-intervention, pediatric developmental therapy clinic in the north Denver-Metro region. In 2015, they received a B.A. in History with a concentration in US History and a minor in Education from The University of California, Riverside.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Addiction, Adolescents, Advocacy, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, Goal Development, LGBTQIA+, Mental Health, Neurodiversity Affirming, RBT Training/Supervision, Research, RFT, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior
Sarah Alford Hart (she/her) is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst in Virginia who has worked in the ABA field for over a decade. Autistic and disabled herself, she is passionate about advocating for others who are autistic and/or disabled regarding their rights to live happy, safe, autonomous, and autistic/disabled lives.
Areas of Focus: Advocacy, Autism, Neurodiversity Affirming, Social Skills, Teens
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, Neurodiversity Affirming, 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, Neurodiversity Affirming, OBM
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, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, IISCA/PFA/SBT, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Neurodiversity Affirming, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior
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
Meredith Rush-Inglis is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who provides services across the region of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She holds her BCBA certification and has over 15 years of experience working with individuals, across the life span, who have developmental disabilities as well as mental health diagnoses or related concerns.
Areas of Focus: ACT, Adolescents, Advocacy, Adult, Autism, Behavioral Disorders, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, FBA/FA, Goal Development, Mental Health, RBT Training/Supervision, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior
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