Panel Discussion: Community of Practice, Collaboration, and “What We Wish We Knew As a New BCBA”

We are excited to share our upcoming panel discussion event: Community of Practice, Collaboration, and “What We Wish We Knew As a New BCBA”

Supervision, mentorship, and leaning on others for support do not end when you earn your certification – it’s a career long journey! Whether you have been practicing as a BCBA for 6 months or 20 years, building a community of colleagues and “checking yourself” is constantly important as you develop and evolve in your knowledge and practice.

Meet our Panelists

Renai Sveinson
Renai has been providing services to individuals with various neuro-developmental diagnoses since 2009, and has been a BCBA since 2016. Having worked in centres, homes, schools, and community settings, Renai has collaborated with numerous professionals during her career and has had to learn to adapt to the surroundings. Renai currently works in private practice, managing multiple different contracts.

Erin Diana
Erin is a BCBA and a Registered Psychologist based in Calgary. She is the co-owner of Achievements Unlimited Therapy Services and has over 20 years of experience working with children and youth in many capacities and settings.

Laura Tardi
Laura is a recently certified BCBA who has worked in Ontario and Alberta in various capacities including research, autism intervention, and in school settings. Laura provides the perspective of someone who is newly certified who has experienced ABA services in Ontario as well as here in Alberta. Laura is excited to share insight into what she wished she knew before becoming a BCBA and other information that she has learned since moving into the private sector in Edmonton and rural areas.

A recording of this event is available for member viewing on the For Members page.