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|A Behavior Clinician will provide behavior support services to individuals with developmental disabilities in designated agency programs, as well as in Waiver services. The Behavior Clinician will assess behavioral strengths/needs of individuals served and write behavior support plans. The Behavior Clinician is responsible to train staff on implementation of the plan, assess implementation of the plan, monitor ongoing individual behavioral issues, and coordinate behavioral training/needs assessments. This is a great career opportunity to make an impact in the lives of others.|
|Roles & Responsibilities|
|WHAT YOU’LL DO:
• Behavioral Clinician can observe person served in home, day program, vocational setting, etc. Candidate may interview staff, conduct group meetings, attend group outings, talk with other vendors, doctor’s appointments, etc. In what ever fashion they desire to gather needed information to cultivate or modify plans as they desire.
SKILLS CRUCIAL TO SUCCESS IN THIS ROLE:
• Outgoing, positive and fun team spirited individual
|To be approved to provide behavioral support services as a Level 2 clinician, an applicant shall meet the following requirements:
Either: have a Master’s Degree in:
• Be a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist licensed under IC 25-23
• Have a Master’s Degree in a Human Services field and be able to demonstrate to the BDDS behavior management committee that the individual has either coursework in or five (5) years of experience in devising, implementing, and monitoring behavior support plans
* This position must maintain annually 10 hours of continuing education hours related to the practice of behavioral support.
|Additional Information (optional)|
Role has flexibility of where you start and flex your schedule