|Your response||Response example|
|Was this response problematic with regard to ethics, professionalism, or the client’s treatment program?||
yes, it is a restraint and does not follow best practice for this situation. It is problematic.
|Yes. Rather than address the motivating operations, the RBT used a restrictive procedure, escape extinction, without an assessment or authorized treatment plan. The response caused a behavioral escalation which included new behaviors in addition to escape. With regard to professionalism, the response supported a belief that ABA is controlling and restrictive.|
|When/how might feedback be delivered by the supervisor?||
Look at the ethics code, talk about professionalism and legal as well as refer back to the behavior plan
|Immediately – this response should not be repeated at the next session. The supervisor can suggest non-contingent breaks and increasing reinforcer delivery for task completion|
|What types of additional training might improve this supervisee’s performance?||
What to do in the case of a new or infrequent behavior. How to keep all safe and how to ask for help in the future.
|Training in options for addressing noncompliance and also options for adapting programs when the client is having an off-day. In general, the supervisee might benefit from an opportunity to analyze motivating operations and come up with options for how to address various MOs.|