Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Posted 3 years ago

Main purpose of: To practice as an independent clinician, participate as a part of a collaborative team, help grow and develop BPIA, and to serve in a supervisory role


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establish and maintain rapport with children, families, and school staff
  • Develop and implement behavior programs
  • Provide psychoeducation to children, families, and school staff
  • Participate in scheduled collaborative meetings and supervision
  • Accurately collect and graph behavior data
  • Monitor the implementation of behavior intervention plans in school settings via procedural integrity checks.
  • Conduct comprehensive functional behavior assessments and develop individualized behavior intervention plans
  • Administer criterion-referenced skills tracking assessments (e.g., VB-MAPP) to develop discrete trial training programming and/or essential skills for independence.
  • Provide ongoing trainings and support to families and the treatment team
  • Collaborate with family and treatment team to provide treatment/intervention feedback effectively
  • Assist with making visuals and supports for treatment
  • Provide in-home therapy services to target problem behavior and skill acquisition
  • Develop summer programming
  • Provide community outreach services such as sibling groups and/or parenting groups
  • Provide trainings in the community setting
  • Develop family outreach programs (e.g., parent coffees, sibling groups)
  • Market BPIA and services offered
  • Write a newsletter to be posted on social media and/or sent to families and school staff 



  • Master’s Degree
  • BCBA


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