Margaret O’Flaherty (BCBA)

Margaret O'Flaherty started working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis in 2007 and has been a BCBA since 2014. She has experience working in clinic settings, in-home settings, and group therapy settings. Throughout her years in the field Margaret developed a passion for parent training and for training others in the field of ABA. She has now combined her love of parent training and developing behaviour change programs. She learned how to develop parent-friendly behaviour intervention programs and support parents with implementing them at home for their own children/youth. Over the years, she also discovered her love of creating and facilitating adult training workshops. Margaret is now the Clinical Director, CEO, and Owner of Virtual Behaviour Services Inc. in Ontario Canada where she and her staff offer a variety of supports to children, families, parents, and community partners, virtually and in-person. Margaret has also been actively supervising BCBA Candidates in their field placement hours and teaching in the Autism and Behavioural Sciences Program at St Clair College. 

Courses with Margaret O’Flaherty

Mediator Model to Train New Staff  1 CEU

This training was delivered by Margaret O'Flaherty, BCBA and Clinical Director of Virtual Behaviour Services.  Margaret talks about training your staff effectively using the mediator model approach  Learning objective- Introduction to the mediator model Adult training  Training New Staff Individuals Vs Group Training Formats  Behaviour Skills Trainings

ABCs of Supervision 1CEU

This training was delivered by Margaret O'Flaherty, BCBA and Clinical Director of Virtual Behaviour Services. Margaret explains how to identify antecedents and consequence strategies to support effective learning of your supervise. She also explains how to give effective feedback. The following Learning Objectives are covered: Training and behaviour change Preparing for supervision sessions Using performance checklists Antecedents to supervision sessions Treatment integrity Consequences to supervision sessions Types of feedback Consequences to supervision sessions  Types of feedback Consequences of supervision Using feedback as an antecedent and consequence Use this link to undertake this course for free without CEU Click Add to Cart to do this course with CEU.

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