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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst, (BCBA) is a graduate-level national certification in behavior analysis. BCBAs are independent practitioners who provide and supervise behavior analysis services. BCBAs receive this certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (https://www.bacb.com/) Applied behavioral analysis (ABA) uses scientific and systematic processes to help influence an individual’s behavior. Behavior analysts can work in schools, classrooms, hospitals, clinics, and nonprofits; many analysts specialize in certain areas like autism, developmental disabilities, or mental health issues. At Butterfly Effects, BCBA provide home or center based ABA treatment to children and families affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Clinical Supervisors

The Clinical Supervisor partners with the family unit to implement treatment plans, training, and opportunities in the school, home, and community setting to advance the goals prioritized by the family and Clinical Director. The Clinical Supervisor collaborates with the Clinical Director and Paraprofessional on cases that follow the supervision model. Along with the Clinical Director, the Clinical Supervisor will coordinate and provide for ABA services to exceed the expectations of the family unit, while contributing to the mission and common purpose of the company.

Behavior Technician/
Paraprofessional

Behavior technicians/Paraprofessionals are responsible for assisting behavior analysts to implement behavior reduction and skill acquisition treatment plans. The candidate will assist patients with day to day activities, monitor their behavior, record and collect data on patients’ progress, and communicate with clients. The candidate must complete 40 hours of training and pass a competency-based exam to work with children affected by ASD.

Registered Behavior Technician

An RBT is a Behavior Technician who has completed 40 hours of training in applied behavior analysis including ethics, a background check and completes the RBT Competency Check.