Who We are Looking for
Precision Measurement for Precision Decision Making
What is Involved:
Introduction to the supervision process and assessment of needs and interests
Using empirically validated literature to assist in solving problems and answering questions
Precisely defining behavior using movement cycles, learning channels, and pinpoints
Using the Standard Celeration Chart, line graphs, and bar graphs to make good decisions
Knowing when to make a change
Monitoring behavior interventions
Engaging in group sessions to build a network and learn from each other*
Customized experience to maximize your time as a supervisee
Troubleshooting issues that occur in practice
Access to a team of behavior analysts that have specialized interests and expertise
How We Supervise:
You and your BCBA can talk, review documents, and interact from anywhere in the world.
One-on-one and Group
A portion of your supervision will be split between one-on-one meetings with your BCBA supervisor and group sessions with your supervisor and peers. We find the mixture of personalized and group interactions works best to expose supervisees to a rich perspective and knowledge from peers and experts.
Private Cohort Forums
You and your peers will be given exclusive access to a private forum. Here you can discuss what you are learning, ask for help, share discoveries, coordinate study groups, ask questions, and more.
Our goal is to ensure you get the support and supervision you need to work with all types of learners. We want to be there for the people like yourself who are passionate and focused on changing learners’ lives. From online supervision to training on the latest tools, we are always working to give you the best the industry has to offer. By the time you're done here, you will not only receive your required supervision hours, but you will be equipped to handle the work that comes with being a BCBA.
Founder of Radical Behaviorism
Sal@chartlytics for more information or to schedule an appointment to talk.
Salvador “Sal” Ruiz is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been practitioner using the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) for six years. Sal has worked with students from ages 5-27, including typically developing and learners with developmental disabilities. Sal has worked in public schools and in the homeschool setting using the principles of Behavior Analysis and Precision Teaching.
Sal’s background includes working as a paraprofessional, direct care staff, and behavior specialist. Sal obtained a B.A. from William Paterson University in Sociology and worked as a paraprofessional in a self-contained high school for students with developmental disabilities. While earning his certificate in behavior analysis from The Pennsylvania State University, he was working as a Behavior Specialist in North Jersey public schools. After earning his Masters in Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology he began preparing to apply for a Ph.D. in Special education at The Pennsylvania State University. Working as a research assistant for Dr. Kubina he has conducted research in the areas of challenging behavior and skill building. He has also presented his work at a variety of local and national conference.
Sal applied his training in Precision Teaching and Behavior Analysis to treat challenging behavior in the public school setting. His work led him to pursue a Ph.D. to contribute to the literature in Behavior Analysis. He currently supervises those seeking BACB certification and conducts research at The Pennsylvania State University.
Sal is a Ph.D. holder, and works for Chartlytics. Sal has been supervising those pursuing BACB certification and conducting research in the areas of visual analysis, and decision-making. Sal is an active member of the Standard Celeration Society and the International Association for Behavior Analysis.
Sal’s career focuses on measurement, visual analysis, the treatment of challenging behavior, and supervision. His current interests are the Functional Analysis Celeration Chart, challenging behavior, sub-types of functions of behavior, organizational behavior management, and training.