Wilmington, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 15, 2017
The COEBO Code or Code of Ethics for Behavioral Organizations is used to ensure that organizations develop and maintain ethical administrative supports to guide their employees toward ethical clinical and educational practices. The COEBO Code began originally as a seven item document created by Jon S. Bailey, PhD, BCBA-D that served as an attestation that all organizations that provide behavior analysis services would agree to follow. Over time the document became a movement rallying behavior analysts from around the world to help spread the word about a Code of Ethics for Behavioral Organizations (COEBO Code).
Berth Behavior Consultation is located in the State of North Carolina and was formed in August of 2015. Its founding mission was: To provide behavior consultative services for adults with IDD/Autism to promote safety, independence, and improved quality of life in the least restrictive environment possible using an ethical, evidence-based, collaborative approach.
Berth Behavior Consultation employs certified (BCBA) and licensed (LP/LPA) professionals who oversee the process of providing behavior consultative services beginning with the initial referral and intake, to assessment, treatment planning, training, and monitoring of implementation of a treatment evaluation (Behavior Support Plan). Berth Behavior Consultation currently focuses on serving the adult population in home and community-based settings such as family or group homes, day programs, volunteer, or employment sites, and other locations in the New Hanover and Pender County area.
There is not a central office location as field work occurs in community settings. Berth Behavior Consultation’s mailing address is P.O. Box 10540 Wilmington, NC 28404. Phone contact: (919) 606-7106. Email Diane Berth, MA, LPA, BCBA at dianeberth50(at)gmail.com.
For more information about Berth Behavior Consolation, call or e-mail them today!
The Credentialing of Ethical Behavioral Organizations (COEBO) is a corporation established to set and maintain the standards of ethical practice for behavioral organizations set forth in The Code of Ethics for Behavioral Organizations (The COEBO Code). The COEBO meets these standards by certifying worthy organizations through a multi-level credentialing program. The COEBO Code was designed by behavior analysts, for behavioral organizations. Our mission is to establish a standard of ethics for behavioral organizations.
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