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Work in a collaborative setting where high-quality ABA treatment services for people with complicated or severe behavior are prioritized. Oversees all components of the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs, assuring high-quality services for clients and the implementation of evidence-based practice recommendations. Provides quality clinical supervision to behavior therapists and assistant clinical supervisors to ensure clinical and significant changes are being attained.


Under the supervision by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) provides specialized behavior intervention services and program supervision. Conducts assessments, write progress reports and develops programs for assigned cases in collaboration with the BCBA and Behavior Therapists. Focuses on caregiver training and support.


The primary responsibility of a Behavior Therapist is to provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Under the guidance of a BCBA and ACS, implements treatment plans, teaches strategies for skill acquisition as well as reduces challenging behavior. Works in the field to give treatment in a variety of settings, including the home and community. Supports the generalization of learned skills by working directly with families.

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