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At Beautiful Minds of Princeton, we teach, reach, and expand potential with individuals with special needs and those who support them. We provide educational interventions, behavior management and assessment, and social skills instruction.
We have locations all over and offer the chance of free BCBA supervision and professional advancement.
Please email as soon as possible at if you are interested in working with our organization. Please send your resume, references, case locations of interest, and salary requirements in your reply. If you know of someone else who may be qualified and available for either of these cases, please feel free to forward this info as well.
Beautiful Minds BCBA Supervision Guidelines
All applicants to the Beautiful Minds of Princeton supervision program are expected to review and understand, the Supervised Experience guidelines (BACB, June 2006) required by Behavior Analysis Certification Board and the 3rd Editon BCBA Task List (BACB, 2002-2010). Per BCBA guidelines, Independent Fieldwork hours must be at least 10 hours per week, but not more than 30 hours per week, for a minimum of 3 weeks per month (BACB, June 2006).
Supervised Experience Guidelines (BACB, June 2006)
Activities must adhere to the dimensions of applied behavior analysis identified by Baer, Wolf, and Risley (1968) in the article Some Current Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Appropriate experience activities include:
•  Conducting assessment activities related to the need for behavioral interventions,
•  Designing, implementing, and monitoring behavior analysis programs for clients,
•  Overseeing the implementation of behavior analysis programs by others,
•  Other activities normally performed by a behavior analyst that are directly related to behavior analysis such as attending planning meetings regarding the behavior analysis program, researching the literature related to the program, talking to individuals about the program; plus any additional activities related to oversight of behavioral programming such as behavior analyst supervision issues, or evaluation of behavior analysts' performance. The supervisor will determine if activities qualify.
Examples of activities that are not appropriate as experience include:
•  Attending meetings with little or no behavior analytic content,
•  Providing interventions that are not based in behavior analysis,
•  Doing non-behavior analytic administrative activities,
•  Any other activities that are not directly related to behavior analysis.
Clients may be any persons for whom behavior analysis services are appropriate. However, the applicant may not be related to the client or the client’s primary caretaker. Applicants must work with multiple clients during the experience period.
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