Teacher Helping a Student

How It Got Started

All three founders have separately taken an interest in best supervision practices from a variety of lenses.  Initially, the plan had been to use this framework to create research demonstrating the effectiveness of the model first. In March 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all non-BCBA level staff were furloughed.  The founders of Supervision Reimagined continued to feel strongly about the model they had developed, and decided to continues the work after hours.  Dissemination plays a critical and often undervalued role in the field of ABA and development of qualified providers.  Through all those familiar virtual tools, they have been able to build a model that generates humane and scientific behavior analysts that can practice independently within their competency.  

 

Team

Get to Know Us

 
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Nicole Stewart, MSEd, BCBA, LBA-NY

Co-founder

Nicole has been working with people with special needs and different abilities most of her life.  She has been working in ABA settings for 15 years and has worked in a variety of settings ranging from general education classrooms to more restrictive clinical settings.   Nicole received her Masters in Education: Severe Special Needs from Simmons College and pursued an advanced certificate in ABA to become both a certified teacher and board certified behavior analyst (BCBA).  Over her career, Nicole has mentored and supervised over 100 professionals in the teaching and ABA fields.  This vast experience has given Nicole a comprehensive understanding of the needs of supervision and where the field rests today.  In addition to working with private clients and providing educational consultant, Nicole is also an adjunct professor in the Hunter College ABA program.  Nicole’s research interests consist of supervision, mentorship and leadership behaviors; applications of ABA to non-autism disorders and educational advocacy.