Intern Supervision
Supervision may begin at any time after you commence the required coursework as mandated by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. A total of 135 classroom hours at a college or university level based on behavior analysis must be completed. In addition, 1000 hours of supervised experience must be obtained, from which 50 hours must be acquired in direct supervision. The remaining supervision hours may be attained either in person, through the use of internet-based technologies, or by phone. Fieldwork hours cannot exceed more than 30 hours a week, but must be at least 10 hours a week for 3 weeks per month. Supervisors are required to observe interns in the natural environment engage in behavior analytic activities once every two weeks minimum and give feedback on his/her performance.




Aside from providing services to the developmentally disabled community, Automaticity, Inc. has developed an internship program for those interested in becoming certified behavior analysts. Currently, the program is composed of enthusiastic and passionate undergraduate students who are trained and supervised by our expert Board Certified Behavior Analysts. Training sessions are developed and conducted by our BCBA staff and focus on meticulously educating interns with the first-rate and up-to-date information of the field.
Structure
Aside from providing services to the developmentally disabled community, Automaticity, Inc. has developed an internship program for those interested in becoming certified behavior analysts. Currently, the program is composed of enthusiastic and passionate undergraduate students who aretrained and supervised by our expert Board Certified Behavior Analysts. Training sessions are developed and conducted by our BCBA staff and fometiculously educating interns with the first-rate and up-to-date information of the field.

Automaticity is qualified to provide supervision hours to all who meet the necessary criteria as designated by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.  We are interested in helping interns become competent and knowledgeable in the field of behavior analysis. Our staff strives to teach the behavior analytic concepts laid out by the BACB Third Edition Task List. These constructs are presented through various activities that offer experience in conducting assessments necessary for creating behavioral interventions, learning how to design, implement, and monitor behavior programs, observing others employing behavior programs, among various other activities that relate to the field of behavior analysis and the work of a behavior analyst. Engaging in these activities will prepare the intern to pass the certification exam and he/she will gain valuable experience that will aid them professionally in the future.
We are always searching for devoted and enthusiastic students to add to our remarkable family here at Automaticity. For more information on BCaBA supervision requirements you may visit the Behavior Analysis Board Certified website at BACB.com
Our Approach
Supervision may begin at any time after you commence the required coursework as mandated by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. A total of 135 classroom hours at a college or university level based on behavior analysis must be completed. In addition, 1000 hours of supervised experience must be obtained, from which 50 hours must be acquired in direct supervision. The remaining supervision hours may be attained either in person, through the use of internet-based technologies, or by phone. Fieldwork hours cannot exceed more than 30 hours a week, but must be at least 10 hours a week for 3 weeks per month. Supervisors are required to observe interns in the natural environment engage in behavior analytic activities once every two weeks minimum and give feedback on his/her performance.  cus on