Therapeutic Alliance, LLC ABA Technician in Amherst, Virginia
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Therapeutic Alliance LLC is a private mental health agency offering professional mental health counseling throughout Virginia for the past 10 years. We strive to provide culturally sensitive counseling services to children, adults and their families in several languages. Clients comprise all cultural, racial and economic backgrounds, including individuals with different sexual orientations.
The Therapeutic Alliance staff possess educational and clinical training that allows us to address mental health, substance abuse and behavioral issues using evidence-based methods. We provide extensive supervision to each and every case as a means to ensure a sound therapeutic approach. Our goal is to truly know our clients and to use this knowledge to guide, support, and motivate them as they make necessary life changes.
Therapeutic Alliance is a licensed provider of Intensive-In-Home(IIH), Mental Health Skill Building (MHSS) and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).
We are offering:
Flexible Spending Account
Unpaid Extended Leave
Paid Time Off
Paid training time
Travel Time reimbursement
RBT Certification support
QMHP certification support
Staff recognition program
Competitive Salary Structure
Staff referral bonus program
Bilingual pay bonus
We are looking for a sharp, energetic ABA Technician that can provide therapeutic services to individuals in their care. We strive to deliver a sense of professional pride and accomplishment to each member of our staff ? and, most importantly, pledge to continue providing only the very finest home-based sensitive services to our clients. Our organization fosters initiative, self-directed work, ownership and teamwork to help one another accomplish our business goals. As an ABA Technician within our organization, you would be making a difference in the lives of our clients on a daily basis.
Responsibilities and Duties
Work directly with clients on your caseload to create and manage individualized service plans (ISP) that cater to each individual?s needs, as recognised by the BCBA.
Create and implement interventions that meet the recognized goals of each client.
Build rapport and foster positive relationships with those on your caseload.
Assist in recommending and obtaining any/all wrap-around services that are relevant for your clients.
Be a resource and provide others to individuals and their families on your caseload
This position reports to the Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA)
Qualifications and Skills
High School Diploma required; College Degree in psychology, social work, counseling or a related field from an accredited college or university/Master?s preferred.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification is a significant plus.
At least one year of proven mental health experience working with children with developmental disabilities.
Hard working with strong interpersonal skills and high attention to detail, you?ll demonstrate a passion for exceeding expectations.
Effective communication skills.
Open availability and flexibility to work nights and weekends, to meet the needs of our clients.
Valid driver?s license and access to a reliable source of transportation.
Grow professionally while making positive impact: free clinical supervision
We provide our staff members a chance to improve their knowledge, working practices and clinical skill development
We offer free supervision towards becoming Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT), Board Certified Assistant Behavioral Analyst (BCaBA) and Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA).
Apply with us to make a difference!