Self-Reporting to the BACB

Self-Reporting to the BACB

By the BACB

This video breaks down the who, what, when, why, and how of self-reporting to the BACB. The examples provided in this video are not exhaustive. For more information about the self-reporting requirements, please review the November 2016 and April 2017 BACB Newsletters; the RBT, BCaBA, and BCBA Handbooks; and the Considerations for Self-Reporting document.

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Helpful Ethics Resources

Inside the BACB: Episode 22

Helpful Ethics ResourcesIn this episode of Inside the BACB, the BACB’s Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers and Ethics Educational Manager Dr. Sarah Lichtenberger discuss two new, helpful resources for certificants: the Continuity of Services toolkit and a video that covers the nuts-and-bolts of self-reporting to the BACB. Listen now for more information.

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Episode 22: Helpful Ethics Resources

In this episode of Inside the BACB, the BACB’s Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers and Ethics Educational Manager Dr. Sarah Lichtenberger discuss two new, helpful resources for certificants: the Continuity of Services toolkit and a video that covers the nuts-and-bolts of self-reporting to the BACB. Listen now for more information.

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For a transcribed version of this episode, please watch the episode on our YouTube channel with closed captions.

New Ethics Resources

The BACB just released two informative ethics resources:

Self-Reporting to the BACB Video
Helpful Ethics Resources Podcast Episode

For guidance on meeting important ethics standards, watch the Self-Reporting to the BACB video, which provides information about the who, what, when, why, and how of self-reporting to the BACB.

Tune in to this episode of Inside the BACB for a breakdown of our newest ethics-related tools and tips, including the first-ever ethics toolkit, which focuses on continuity of services.

We hope that these resources assist you in meeting important BACB ethics standards!

Introducing the Ethics Toolkits

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We are happy to introduce our new ethics toolkits. These hands-on resources offer guidance to help individuals and organizations ensure that their practices and processes comply with BACB ethics requirements.

Check out our debut toolkit, which focuses on continuity of services. This toolkit offers considerations for designing and evaluating processes that help manage service interruptions, transitions, and discontinuations. It even includes interactive resources that can be shared, modified, and used in your practice.

In addition, the Continuity of Services: Reminders for RBTs document is a companion to the Continuity of Services toolkit that provides additional guidance for RBTs as they navigate changes or interruptions in their ability to provide services. View them both now.

New Episode of Inside the BACB: Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees

Tune in to the next episode of our podcast series, The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, for an overview of Section 4—Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees. This episode digs deep into the revised standards that help facilitate high-quality supervision.

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Episode 21: The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees

In this episode of The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers dive into Section 4 of the revised ethics code to discuss the standards that help facilitate high-quality supervision.

Resources:

For a transcribed version of this episode, please watch the episode on our YouTube channel with closed captions.

Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees

Inside the BACB: Episode 21

Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Supervisees and TraineesIn this episode of The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers dive into Section 4 of the revised ethics code to discuss the standards that help facilitate high-quality supervision.

You can find all of the BACB’s videos on our YouTube channel.

Episode 19: The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Clients and Stakeholders

In this episode of the BACB’s Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, join Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers and Ethics Educational Manager Dr. Sarah Lichtenberger as they discuss what’s missing, what’s new, and what has changed in Section 3 of the revised ethics code for BCBAs and BCaBAs: Responsibility to Clients and Stakeholders.

Resources:

For a transcribed version of this episode, please watch the episode on our YouTube channel with closed captions.

Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Clients and Stakeholders

Inside the BACB: Episode 19

Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Clients and StakeholdersIn this episode of the BACB’s Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, join Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers and Ethics Educational Manager Dr. Sarah Lichtenberger as they discuss what’s missing, what’s new, and what has changed in Section 3 of the revised ethics code for BCBAs and BCaBAs: Responsibility to Clients and Stakeholders.

You can find all of the BACB’s videos on our YouTube channel.