Join us for one or both of our Fall 2018 ABA Supervision Seminars with Dr. Karen Wagner, Ph.D. Not only will you earn up to 11 CEUs in these compatible training seminars, you'll walk away with a greater understanding on what it takes to be a top notch ABA supervisor.
Register now to secure your spot!
Supervision Workshop (all day) | Friday, Sept 21
8:30am-5:00pm Earn 8 Supervision Type II CEUs
(includes 30 minute break for attendees to pick up lunch)
For those new to providing supervision or interested in a thorough, interactive supervision training
Early bird registration (now-Sept 9)............$80 Late registration (Sept 10-20)............$120
Supervision/Ethics Best Practice Session | Saturday, Sept 22
9am-12pm Earn 3 Supervision Type II CEUs
Best practice supervision methods & qualifying for supervisor recertification OR ethics CEUs
Early bird registration (now-Sept 9)............$30 Late registration (Sept 10-20)............$45
Sign up for both sessions to earn all 11 CEUs and save! $100 for early bird, $150 for late registrants.
Learn more about our guest lecturer
Dr. Karen R. Wagner, Ph.D.
Originally certified as a “Florida Behavior Analyst” in 1993, Dr. Wagner became nationally certified by the BACB in 2001. She holds a Ph.D. in Education with a focus in special education and applied behavior analysis from the University of Central Florida. Throughout her career, Dr. Wagner:
-Founded Behavior Services of Brevard, providing in-home ABA services.
-Established and ran an Intensive-Behavioral Adult Day Training program for over a decade.
-Opened the Behavior Education Center school in 2013.
-Engaged on local peer review committees in the state of Florida.
-Served on the board of directors for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (2014-2017).
Currently, Dr. Wagner is a Trustee for the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies as well as the Vice President of the ABAI History of Behavior Analysis SIG. She is a former board member and past-president of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, and still remains very active state-wide in matters relating to behavior analysis in legislation and practice. Dr. Wagner has also been an instructor for the UMASS Lowell Interventions in Autism online program since 2008. She has combined her love of history and education with her ongoing project, The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis, interviewing over 80 individuals who have made contributions to the science of behavior.
As a practiced speaker at professional conferences all over the world, we're excited to have Dr. Wagner share her incredible wealth of experience and knowledge on supervision in these 2 unique sessions.