Supervising in Clinical Settings

Krista Clancy


BCBA CEUs: 1 Total CEU | 1 Supervision CEU

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) presents complex challenges requiring coordinated care from multiple stakeholders. As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), you play a central role in coordinating interventions, especially in cases with intricate medical and behavioral issues. This involves navigating interprofessional interactions and overseeing treatment while managing staff, student, and parent activities, demanding strong organizational and time management skills. This presentation from the 2023 Michigan Autism Conference aims to guide BCBAs in utilizing performance measures across various domains to enhance care and staff oversight in complex clinical settings.

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ASD is a complex neurological disorder. There are many individuals involved in the care of clients with ASD. The more complex the medical and behavioral issues are with the client, the more stakeholders are involved. As the BCBA, you are often at the center of care coordination based on the amount and type of intervention ABA provides. It is necessary to consider the interprofessional interactions amongst you and other stakeholders and what your role is in the oversight of the client’s treatment including the care coordination that is needed to achieve successful outcomes. This complicates supervision and training of staff, student, and parent activities related to the case. This level of complexity within the system requires highly developed skills in time management and organization. This presentation will guide attendees in the utilization of performance measures for a variety of skills from treatment implementation to professionalism to assist in the development and monitoring of a multitude of skills assisting the BCBA with providing effective care and staff oversight within complex clinical settings.

About the Speaker

Dr. Krista Clancy earned her undergraduate at Western Michigan University in 1997, her masters at Eastern Michigan University in 2000, and her Ph D at Wayne State University in 2017. She has a licensed in psychologist and behavior analyst. She has been practicing in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and autism for the last 25 years. Dr. Clancy is the program coordinator for the ABA program at WSU where she oversees curriculum, staff and students in the program. She also consults with ABA agencies on training, program development, and clinical oversight of clients and staff. Prior to that she held a director position at a major ABA provider in the metro Detroit area. Areas of interests include supervision, interprofessional training, coordination of care, and parent involvement and include serving as the PI on grants and finical awards from Michigan Dept of Health and Human Services, Michigan Health Endowment Fund, and Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute.

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