Since Taylor, Leblanc, and Nosik’s (2018) call for compassion as well as the addition of “treat[ing] others with compassion” as one of the core foundational principles that behavior analysts use to interpret and apply the standards in the code (BACB, 2020), greater emphasis is being placed on fostering such practices in Applied Behavior Analytic settings. Now that compassionate care is garnering greater attention in the field (Leblanc et al., 2020; Rohrer et al., 2021; Sadavoy & Zube, 2021; Slim & Reuter Yuill, 2021), it is essential that we continue to focus on this increasingly relevant perspective. To maintain momentum in moving toward more compassionate contexts, we must identify components of practices that function as such, consider how to implement suggested strategies, and continue to innovate and shape effective approaches. This panel will speak to some of the recent work that assumes a compassionate perspective including the Practical Functional Assessment and Skill-Based Treatment (Whelan et al., 2021) as well as how this technology supports practitioners to continue building rapport and therapeutic alliance while empowering learners by teaching skills (Rajaraman et al., 2021; Staubitz et al., 2022). The panel will also discuss how to structure written programs, data collection systems, and Functional Behavior Assessments in a manner that supports compassionate behavior and practice. Further, the panel will review self-compassion practices from a behavior analytic, function-based perspective as a tool for facilitating compassionate therapeutic relationships and for maintaining compassionate contexts.