Possibilities ABA Agency recently accepted a new learner for home-based sessions. Nisha, a BCBA, has been assigned supervisory responsibilities. In reviewing the details of the case, Nisha learns that the family indicated their religion as a strong factor in their lives. They asked that any staff members who join their child’s team consider faith-based integration within their practice or be considerate of the family’s beliefs. The family has also endorsed a preference for male staff members but noted if female staff are included on the team, asked that they wear modest clothing that covers their shoulders when entering the family’s home. Nisha identifies that, because of the religious preferences of the family, she does not feel comfortable providing supervision. She considers telling her employer that she will not work with the new learner but instead decides that she will keep the family on her caseload. She plans to conduct all supervision through remote platforms and by gathering