Learning and Behavioral Center provides continuous support and professional training to RBTs, Program Managers and BCBAs. Through our unique model, LBC provides graduate students pursuing their BCBA an opportunity to work under the mentorship and guidance of BCBAs and other professionals. With the mentorship provided, we assist in developing BCBAs that excel in assessment, parent education and natural environment teaching. These skills are developed through hands-on teaching, use of behavioral skills training and 1:1 weekly meetings with supervisors. RBTs receive initial training, but are continuously supported by our clinical supervisors through weekly supervision sessions.  Consistent training, feedback and mentorship improves our RBTs ability to implement ABA concepts with treatment integrity. 

Note: Grad students are provided with support based on the guidelines established by the BACB Task List: https://www.bacb.com/bcba/


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