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OBM in Health and Human Services Conference; Denver, CO; 2017

CE by Content: Supervision


Invited Paper Session #3
CE Offered: PSY/BACB — 

Effective Supervision and Ethics

Friday, May 26, 2017
11:00 AM–11:50 AM
Hyatt Regency Centennial Ballroom D
Area: OBM; Domain: Service Delivery
Instruction Level: Basic
CE Instructor: Manuel Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Chair: Manuel Rodriguez (ABA Technologies, Inc.)
DONALD HANTULA (Temple University)
Dr. Donald A. Hantula directs the Decision Making laboratory at Temple University. He specializes in organizational behavior and evolutionary behavioral economics. His work combines behavior analytic, economic, and evolutionary theories to explore the ways in which we adapt to a complex and uncertain world.

Supervising providers of behavioral services effectively has both performance management and ethical implications. In a behavioral perspective, supervision is a reciprocal relationship in which each individual’s behavior influences the other. Effective supervision includes careful task analyses, constructive feedback and goalsetting. Ethical supervision includes attention to individual dignity, collaborative problem solving, and correct and current representation of the underlying science.

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Learning Objectives: Pending



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