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Strategy Session

Precision Measurement
for Precision Decision Making

Becoming a BCBA or a BCaBA is no small achievement, so it is important you receive the support and instruction necessary for success. Our program offers a unique approach to applying behavior analytic principles in a strong measurement framework.  Our instructors have extensive experience using the principles of behavior and Precision Teaching. You can be sure that you will not only receive your supervision hours, but will attain critical skills and education necessary to flourish as a behavior analyst.
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"Supervision with Salvador here at Chartlytics was exceptional. Every aspect of the supervision process, as well as everything I learned about Precision Teaching exceeded my expectations. Meetings were timely and the content was always stimulating. Sal is a knowledgeable and skilled supervisor who is willing to teach and walk his supervisees through any questions or concerns that may come along the way. My supervisory experience with Sal really helped me grow as a professional and prepared me to become a BCBA."

Yeneiri Miro, M.A. BCBA
October 2017 - March 2018


How We Supervise:

Online Video Conference
You and your Supervisor can talk, review documents, and interact from anywhere in the world.

One-on-one and Group
A portion of your supervision will be split between one-on-one meetings with your Supervisor and group sessions with your Supervisor and peers. We find the mixture of personalized and group interactions works best to expose trainees to a rich perspective and knowledge from peers and experts.


What is Involved:

  1. Introduction to the supervision process and assessment of needs and interests
  2. Using empirically validated literature to assist in solving problems and answering questions
  3. Precisely defining behavior using movement cycles, learning channels, and pinpoints
  4. Using the Standard Celeration Chart, line graphs, and bar graphs to make good decisions
  5. Knowing when to make a change
  6. Monitoring behavior interventions
  7. Engaging in group sessions to build a network and learn from each other (when applicable)
  8. Customized experience to maximize your time as a trainee
  9. Troubleshooting issues that occur in practice
  10. Access to a team of behavior analysts that have specialized interests and expertise

Your Supervisors

Cassi Breaux, BCBA, M.S., M.A.

Cassi is an approved BACB Supervisor. She has been a practitioner for five years, working with clients from 2-87 with different developmental needs, learning styles, and abilities. Cassi has worked extensively in public schools and in her private practice with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other diagnoses.

Her background includes working as direct care staff, a science teacher, a behavioral coach, and a behavior specialist. She focuses on measurement, academic skill development, social skills training, the treatment of challenging behavior, and supervision. She is also an instructor for the University of West Florida’s BACB certification course.

Cassi obtained her B.A. in Psychology and Liberal Arts from Northwestern State University, her M.S in Psychology from the University of West Florida, and her M.A. in Special Education.

Jennifer Wertalik, Ph.D., BCBA

Jennifer is an approved BACB Supervisor. She has experience working with individuals ages 3-22 in areas including treating problem behavior and teaching functional academic, daily living, and community-based skills.

Before receiving her Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University, Jennifer worked for 12 years in a public-school setting for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities using the principles of behavior analysis as well as Precision Teaching. Additionally, she provided home program coordination and parent training.

Today, Jennifer is an Assistant Professor at Georgia Southern University. Jennifer’s research focuses on evidence-based instruction for individuals with autism and severe disabilities. She is specifically interested in video-based instruction to promote fluency and automaticity of daily living skills  to improve long-term outcomes and quality of life.