Top Behavior Analyst Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Behavior Analyst. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Behavior Analyst resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.9% of Behavior Analyst resumes contained Behavior Analysis as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Behavior Analyst actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Behavior Analyst resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Behavior Analysis

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Here's how Behavior Analysis is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provided applied behavior analysis and behavioral health consulting for individuals diagnosed with developmental delay issues, disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.
  • Demonstrated problem behavior reductions, and adaptive skill acquisition, for assigned individuals that were receiving applied behavior analysis services.
  • Oversee Behavior Certified Behavior Analyst supervision hours for Master's Degree students and follow Behavior Analysis Certification Board standards.
  • Provided specialized behavior analysis services to targeted student populations on the Autism Spectrum and those with behavioral disabilities.
  • Keep abreast of new and developing information in the field of behavior analysis by regularly attending professional conferences.
  • Train community provider staff, professionals, and parents to implement applied behavior analysis based procedures.
  • Performed consumer behavior analysis and organized retail data as a service offering to Fortune 500 organizations.
  • Coordinate and implement intervention to individuals, children and their families utilizing applied behavior analysis.
  • Educated and trained family members to collect data and use appropriate applied behavior analysis procedures.
  • Educated community about behavior analysis and crisis management services in the state of Indiana.
  • Applied a comprehensive, individualized treatment program to children with Autism using Behavior Analysis.
  • Developed curriculum and provide training to community provider agencies in Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Provided training in basic behavior analysis, staff management and supervision skills.
  • Implemented individual programs utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis with children with Autism.
  • Utilize applied behavior analysis for students at various levels of development.
  • Provide educational and business consulting utilizing applied behavior analysis.
  • Supervised student of Applied Behavior Analysis weekly.
  • Experience with functional behavior assessment/functional behavior analysis.
  • Presented a poster on research on reinforcement and preference in older adults at Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis's annual conference.
  • Work to improve the behavioral aspects of the children diagnosed on the autistic spectrum by employing techniques of applied behavior analysis.

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2. ABA

high Demand
Here's how ABA is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Facilitated intensive in-home ABA services to children with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
  • Provided ABA services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
  • Provide weekly ABA program coordination in client/students home/classroom.
  • Supervised ABA Therapist staff in behavior plan implementation.
  • Develop behavior support plans, complete Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), train ABA Therapist, and complete quarterly reports.
  • Provided direct delivery of ABA services to children, teens, and their families in the home and school settings.
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst within home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program for individuals with Autism and related disorders.
  • Maintain up to date credentials and continuous knowledge in the field of ABA and behavior through research and training.
  • Provide consumer and family with home based ABA therapy and interventions for children and young adults on autism spectrum.
  • Evidence-based instruction and support in the community based upon the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).
  • Provided bi- weekly in-home therapy based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Provided therapy designed to target applied behavior analysis goals (ABA) such as anger management and self-regulation.
  • Keep daily and weekly data, paperwork and graphs over all students' behaviors and ABA instruction.
  • Utilize concepts and principles in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to address individual and group deficits.
  • Supervised students for provisional period of 6 months providing coaching and training on ABA principles and techniques.
  • Created detailed charts and graphs of each child's program in case files within a statistical database.
  • Collected and interpreted data of the success or setbacks of students, in compliance with ABA standards.
  • Provide ABA services to clients by running discrete trials, taking data, & training the parents.
  • Collaborate with families and other professionals to tailor ABA programs to each client's specific needs.
  • Attend IEP meetings while providing support for parents and promoting collaboration between school and in-home ABA.

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3. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provide technical assistance and consultation regarding behavioral issues to build more effective behavior support environments.
  • Develop programs to address behavioral issues that interfere with clients transitioning back to the community.
  • Work independently with children aged 3-5 with behavioral issues in their school setting.
  • Identified and addressed behavioral issues related with negative behaviors with workable solutions for recurring problems between teacher and student.
  • Identified and addressed behavioral issues related with negative behaviors with workable solutions for recurring problems between teacher and student.
  • Provided supervision, guidance, and training for cognitively impaired individuals that exhibited behavioral issues.

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4. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Designed, implemented, and supervised implementation of individualized behavior management plans, skill acquisition programs, and data collection.
  • Developed data collection systems for individuals and classrooms and provided training to staff for implementation of data systems.
  • Designed treatment fidelity checklists and data collection system to improve overall quality of patient care unit-wide.
  • Developed data collection methods and presented data and behavioral programs to the Behavior Management Committees.
  • Completed functional assessment interviews; established and trained staff in baseline data collection procedures.
  • Maintain accurate data collection and monthly supervision reports using Catalyst Data Collection Systems.
  • Conducted psychological assessments, interviews, data collection and reviewed prepared staff reports.
  • Monitor implementation of behavioral interventions including data collection, implementation, and materials.
  • Collaborated with team members to develop data collection systems and behavioral treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with team members to develop system-wide training programs and data collection systems.
  • Develop procedures for data collection and analysis of behavior change.
  • Trained and supervised staff in program implementation and data collection.
  • Monitored the implementation of programs and data collection.
  • Provide inter-observer data collection for colleagues.
  • Developed interventions and data collection systems.
  • Monitored data collection and graphing.
  • Develop and implement in-service training for intervention programs, including procedure and data collection, and provide necessary staff training.
  • Maintain appropriate data collection systems and analyze data for psychotropic medication reviews, treatment team meetings, and service planning.
  • Implement frequent reliability and fidelity checks to ensure that behavior plans are being implemented correctly and data collection is valid.
  • Train clinic staff and families in implementation of behavior plans, skill acquisition plans, and data collection.

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5. Behavior Support Plans

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Here's how Behavior Support Plans is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Conduct functional behavioral assessments, develop and seek approval of positive behavior support plans.
  • Monitored programs and positive behavior support plans for implementation and carry through.
  • Developed and trained staff in implementation of effective behavior support plans.
  • Develop Positive Behavior Support Plans based on Functional Behavior Assessment.
  • Research and develop behavior support plans for duly diagnosed individuals.
  • Develop and implement positive behavior support plans.
  • Write curriculum/program, implement behavior support plans
  • Develop individual behavior support plans for use at the community level (home, support services, and schools).
  • Carried a caseload of 30 - 36 individuals with the responsibility for the development of all Behavior Support Plans.
  • Submit behavior support plans to the Behavior Support Committee and/or Human Rights Committee for review, as needed.
  • Collect and compile data on internalizing and externalizing behaviors to create positive behavior support plans for at-risk youth.
  • Supervised staff goal and behavior support plan implementation, provided feedback and trained staff on behavior support plans.
  • Chair the Peer Review Committee to review all Behavior Support Plans and assessment prior to implementation.
  • Develop and implement behavior support plans, behavior maintenance plans, or crisis plans.
  • Developed and implemented behavior support plans for clients; trained caregivers and staff.
  • Direct hours with clients to observe implementation of behavior support plans and programming.
  • Develop behavior support plans based on FBA and needs of consumer and family.
  • Work with the psychologist with keeping Behavior Support Plans and Psychological Evaluations current.
  • Conduct parent and staff training on behavior support plans and skill acquisition plans.
  • Develop and implement behavior support plans and strategies for individuals with dual diagnoses.

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6. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Participated in interdisciplinary treatment teams consisting of teachers, caregivers, and medical practitioners to develop treatment plans and goals.
  • Support clients with their individual treatment plans and make necessary referrals for substance abuse, psychological assessments and individual/family therapy.
  • Developed treatment plans, with individualized procedures for use by family/staff, to reduce challenging behavior and increase appropriate behavior.
  • Develop comprehensive treatment plans focused on accurate diagnosis and behavioral treatment according to each individual's personalized goal.
  • Completed Developmental Assessments, Functional Behavior Assessments, and treatment plans utilizing industry standard assessment tools.
  • Summarize and analyze data to determine efficacy of Positive Behavior Treatment Plans.
  • Develop and implement individualized treatment plans as authorized by client insurance policies.
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans focused on accurate diagnosis and behavioral treatment.
  • Participated in peer review meetings to monitor assessments and behavioral treatment plans
  • Analyzed data for behavior intervention/treatment plans.
  • Develop and implement individualized behavior/treatment plans which reflect the individual needs of each child and the dynamics of the school setting.
  • Contribute and collaborate with team members in developing and writing individualized behavior support plans, treatment plans and goals and objectives.
  • Instructed caregivers, teachers and other relevant personnel in Tools for Positive Behavior Change to assist them in implementing treatment plans.
  • Developed and implemented individual behavior/treatment plans for 25 clients with a primary diagnosis of mental illness (acute and chronic).
  • Develop treatment plans, train parents and caregivers to implement treatment plans, behavior maintenance plans, and safety plans.
  • Assist the teacher and behavior therapist in the classroom with each students daily milieu, goals, and treatment plans.
  • Assist with team members in the development, implementation, and evaluation of treatment plans and instructional protocols for clients/students.
  • Developed person centered treatment plans and designated the implementation of treatment plan interventions on a system wide basis.
  • Chaired, coordinated, and participated in the Regional Office Behavior Support Committee to review Behavior Treatment Plans.
  • Develop skill acquisition treatment plans and plan for the generalization of learned skills to the natural environment.

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7. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Incorporated technology into student learning activities for varied academic disciplines and communication.
  • Collect and analyze student data to assure progress and developments; Provide needed accommodations for student learning when required.
  • Work closely with parents to optimize student learning.
  • Recognized and analyzed trends of student learning.

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8. Functional Behavior Assessments

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Here's how Functional Behavior Assessments is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Assist teams in conducting functional behavior assessments and in the development, and implementation of comprehensive behavior intervention plans.
  • Conduct skills assessments and functional behavior assessments across a wide array of behaviors and individuals receiving services.
  • Conduct Functional Analysis Assessments, Functional Behavior Assessments, and complete initial behavior service referrals.
  • Use functional behavior assessments and functional behavior analysis to determine functions of behaviors.
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments and Functional Analyses to develop individualized Behavior Support Plans.
  • Conducted Functional Behavior Assessments and created Behavior Support Plans.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments and develop behavior plans.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments and functional analyses.
  • Developed Functional Behavior Assessments on various cases.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments/brief functional analyses.
  • Conducted functional behavior assessments and created behavior support plans and goals from information obtained from the assessments.
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) and develop Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP).
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments for consumers living in a variety of settings.
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments for each assigned student.
  • Completed individual Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA).
  • Conducted functional behavior assessments (FBA).
  • Conducted functional behavior assessments Designed behavior and reinforcement programs and trained parents to implement in the home.
  • Conduct functional Behavior Assessments and implement maladaptive behavior plans with collaboration with a Licensed Psychologist.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments, design behavior change plans, track and monitor changes in behavior.
  • Conduct formalized Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA's) to provide baseline data for BIPs.

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9. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Perform Assessments to determine current functioning levels of individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities receiving Title XIX Waiver benefits.
  • Worked with students and school personnel in creating behavior management systems for students with varying developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor behavior support plans for individuals with developmental disabilities in family and community support settings.
  • Designed and implemented behavior management plans for patients with Developmental Disabilities in the Area Mental Health Partial Hospitalization program.
  • Provide in home behavior analytic services to children diagnosed with autism, developmental disabilities and co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
  • Conduct behavioral assessments and developed intervention plans for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their caretakers.
  • Provide behavior support to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities and mental health disorders.
  • Provided community and home based behavior supports for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health disorders.
  • Conduct behavioral assessments and develop Behavior Support Plans for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Delivered behavioral and academic interventions to students with developmental disabilities in a special purpose school.
  • Provide support, educational/training, and supervision of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Create and manage individualized treatment programs for children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Delivered functional behavior assessment-based behavior analysis services for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide direct supervision to Behavior Technicians working with children diagnosed with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
  • Conducted functional assessments and wrote behavioral support plans for adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Created and implemented Individualized Behavior Management Programs for individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Designed and implemented behavior modification procedures for children with developmental disabilities.
  • Complete Functional Behavior Assessments for children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Established community-based Adult Day Training facility for consumers with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide direct care for individuals with various cognitive developmental disabilities.

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10. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Develop Behavior Support Plans and Behavior Intervention Plans collaboratively with IEP teams.
  • Collaborate with members of the treatment team in ITT and IEP meetings as well as family therapy sessions facilitated by clinician.
  • Attended IEP meetings and conducted in class observations giving recommendations to school staff on how to better manage student's behavior.
  • Experienced with designing, implementing and training staff to insure programs are meeting the needs and IEP objectives of the student.
  • Recorded and reported child's behaviors, progress and worked directly with his school on his IEP development and implementation.
  • Provide individual counseling to students for a minimum of 30 minutes per week, or as designated in the IEP.
  • Collaborated with parents and school staff on a regular basis (including attending IEP and various other school meetings).
  • Attend IEP meetings to discuss student's progress and interventions to reduce problem behavior and increase desired behaviors.
  • Created, monitored, and modified behavior plans to ensure objectives taught were consistent with IEP goals.
  • Collaborated with case manager in the formation of students' Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Assisted with child's implementation and development of his IEP through the Clark County School District.
  • Evaluate the performance of students regarding IEP goals and makes necessary provisions to meet learning needs.
  • Attend and provide valuable input at IEP and Behavior Intervention Plan meetings pertaining to at-risk youth.
  • Consult with IEP team on a regular basis regarding student's progress and ongoing needs.
  • Attend, contribute, and consult IEP meetings, educational curriculum meetings and transitional meetings.
  • Represent the company during IEP meetings and provides data regarding student behavior when necessary.
  • Attended IEP and other meetings regarding the individuals on my caseload whenever needed.
  • Support parents and students via IEP meeting attendance and in-school student observations.
  • Develop, implement and monitor individualized education programs (IEP).
  • Developed IFSP and IEP goals as part of a team.

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11. Bcba

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Here's how Bcba is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Implement individualized behavior plan and programming designed by BCBA Clinical Supervisor, utilizing ABA principles.
  • Develop and conduct Functional Behavior Assessments upon BCBA supervision.
  • Supervised two candidates pursuing BCBA certification.
  • Collaborated with BCBA to develop new goals for each client and monitor progress, and submitted progress reports to insurance companies.
  • Work with BCBA on all cases and assist in conducting the functional assessment in the office or in home.
  • Collaborate weekly with a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) for continuing education and to receive expert feedback.
  • Applied individualized treatment plans with our clients under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
  • Delivered 1:1 individualized ABA therapy to children in home and community settings under the supervision of a BCBA.
  • Consult and collaborate with Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, BCBA's and Clinical staff.
  • Provide ABA Supervision and training to teachers, assistant teachers, BCBA and RBT candidates
  • Provide BCBA supervision to staff working towards certification in Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Meet with parents along with BCBA to discuss goals and progression.
  • Worked as the in-house BCBA for the Greenfield Public Schools.
  • Assist with developing BCBA training manual for the division clinicians.
  • Incorporate feedback as instructed by the BCBA.
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
  • Follow intervention plan developed by the BCBA.
  • Provided BCBA supervision to staff completing coursework.
  • Supervised by Patricia Marshall, MSW BCBA
  • Collect data as specified by BCBA.

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12. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provided training to school personnel and parents regarding county approved Nonviolent Crisis Intervention techniques as well as behavior management skills.
  • Prepared and conducted hospital wide training in non-violent crisis intervention.
  • Provide therapeutic crisis intervention training and conduct Functional Behavior Assessments.
  • Designed crisis intervention plans utilizing state guidelines.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support for consumer, staff, and family members.
  • Provide crisis intervention support in the event of an escalation of undesirable behavior.
  • Offered behavior interventions, counseling, staff training and crisis intervention.
  • Remain certified as a trainer in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention.
  • Trained and certified in Crisis Intervention for Families.
  • Completed the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program with Crisis Prevention Institute CANS Certified
  • Provide crisis intervention and physical restraint training to district staff.

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13. Train Staff

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Here's how Train Staff is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Train staff on implementing behavior plans and conduct behavioral assessments and direct observations.
  • Conduct functional assessment interviews and observations and train staff on implementing interventions.
  • Train staff and caregivers on the functions of behavior as well as the proper implementation of behavior change strategies.
  • Train staff, write assessments and behavior plans, consult with staff, and assist with psychological clinical support.
  • Conduct functional assessments, develop Behavior Support Plans, train staff and monitor implementation of Behavior Support Plans.
  • Train staff and other behavior analysts on agency approved crisis management strategies (certified Safety Care trainer)
  • Train staff on how to implement the plan, complete treatment integrity checks and ongoing training.
  • Develop treatment plans, train staff, parents and other involved service providers.
  • Train staff in Positive Behavior Supports, Behavior Support Plans and Data collection.
  • Train staff on implementation of teaching programs and behavior reduction programs.
  • Develop, implement, train staff and monitor behavior plans.
  • Train staff and supervise the implementation of plan.
  • Train staff members in effective behavior management techniques.
  • Design and train staff on data collection methodology.
  • Input programming in data collection database (Catalyst) Train staff in ABA and data collection.

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14. Skill Acquisition Programs

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Here's how Skill Acquisition Programs is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Developed skill acquisition programs for the purposes of increasing independence in adaptive and vocational skills.
  • Run behavioral intervention and skill acquisition programs with children/adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  • Supervised behavior modification and skill acquisition programs for children with disabilities.
  • Developed & monitored skill acquisition programs & behavior plans including early intervention, school and home- based.
  • Train colleagues on how to write behavioral programs and skill acquisition programs.
  • Write behavioral and skill acquisition programs for clients.
  • Create skill acquisition programs based on assessment results.
  • Develop and provide skill acquisition programs.

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15. Behavior Data

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Here's how Behavior Data is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Collected and graphed acquisition and reductive target behavior data.
  • Completed comparative analyses of incident target behavior data.
  • Interviewed client's primary caregivers to gather historical behavior data, relevant family history, and client's medical history.
  • Collect behavior data in order to distinguish patterns in behavior, and develop new strategies to eliminate problem behaviors.
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret behavior data to create research based and statistically supported Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Assist teachers with understanding their students' behavior data (in consultation with school administration).
  • Collect behavior data, tally targeted behaviors, and write monthly psychological notes for psychologist.
  • Record skill acquisition and behavior data during each session.
  • Collect and present target behavior data.

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16. Parent Training

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Here's how Parent Training is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Home-based consultation and parent training.
  • Conduct home visits on an as needed and limited basis in order to facilitate parent training and/or generalization of skills.
  • Provide staff and parent training and on-site support in the area of applied behavior analysis for families and providers.
  • Job duties include providing direct services to the client and family, data collection, parent training and support.
  • Participate in family/parent training sessions on a variety of topics involving the use of positive behavior supports and strategies.
  • Experience creating and developing Learning Videos, Reinforcement Programs and Individualized Behavioral Plans, Experience within home Parent Training.
  • Organize PTS (Parent Training and Support) activities for students and their sibling once a month.
  • Provide support to special education teachers and parent training on topics related to age appropriate child development.
  • Provided both initial and ongoing staff and parent training in individualized plans and ABA methods.
  • Practice, demonstrate and conduct Positive Behavior Support within clients' homes for parent training.
  • Conduct parent training with caregivers, as well as staff training with community providers.
  • Developed and provided parent training workshops for parents of children diagnosed with ASD.
  • Provide intensive Parent Training, utilizing the Secrets of Modern Parenting curriculum.
  • Provided in--home, classroom consultation, and parent training services.
  • Conduct parent training classes and orientations as assigned by the Program Manager.
  • Provided 1:1 in-home and in-school behavioral therapy and parent training.
  • Conduct parent training and monitor progress through data collection.
  • Conducted staff and teacher/parent training.
  • Conducted staff and parent training to facilitate child transition back to a less restrictive environment and ensure success in the residence.
  • Assist with RBT training and supervision Provide parent training and assistance in the outreach department

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17. Functional Analysis

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Here's how Functional Analysis is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Developed behavior analysis plans based on both direct assessment including Functional analysis, when appropriate, and indirect assessment.
  • Planned, prepared and participated in informal assessments, formal skill assessments and functional analysis.
  • Conduct functional analysis and functional behavioral assessments to write research-based behavior intervention plans.
  • Collaborated with team leaders in functional analysis and assessment of children.
  • Participated in analog functional analysis and trial-based functional analysis curriculum.
  • Implemented functional analysis methodology to determine environmental influences on behavior.
  • Conducted and completed functional assessment and functional analysis.
  • Experience using Functional Analysis of Behavior to determine the function of a behavior and the best interventions approach.
  • Skilled in conducting Functional Analysis, DTT, VB-MAPP, and PRT programs.

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18. Vb-Mapp

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Here's how Vb-Mapp is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Review VB-MAPP's to determine children's current skill levels and create goals based on the assessment.
  • Collected and analyzed data through functional behavior analysis and other assessment tools (VB-MAPP, ABLLS).
  • Conducted VB-MAPP and necessary assessments to determine goals and plans for each child.
  • Conduct ABLLS assessment and VB-MAPP.
  • Communicate session outcome w/parents and caregivers Conduct VB-MAPP Assessments along with other evaluations.
  • Perform preference assessments and assist in administering VB-MAPP assessment.

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19. Behavior Programs

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Here's how Behavior Programs is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Developed reduction-based and acquisition-based behavior programs.
  • Developed and implemented individualized behavior programs, provided reports within the agency and presented to the court in dependency hearings.
  • Designed, implemented and evaluated behavior programs for individuals diagnosed with a developmental disability in the client's foster home.
  • Trained staff on basic principles of applied behavior analysis and appropriate implementation of individualized behavior programs.
  • Designed and implemented behavior programs, analyzed data and engaged in client assessments.
  • Initiated positive reinforcements through the implementation of Applied Behavior programs.
  • Ensured that the responsibilities of supervisors, assistants, and staff, relative to client-specific behavior programs, were executed appropriately.
  • Assure provider competence by providing training, instruction and support to staff engaged in the administration of individual behavior programs.
  • Trained parents, caregivers, HCS group home staff and school personnel to mastery on individual Behavior Programs.
  • Trained foster families on the implementation of behavior programs.
  • Monitored effectiveness of behavior programs and psychotropic medications in order to assist the psychiatrist in developing appropriate titration plans.
  • Developed and implemented behavior programs and collected corresponding behavior/progress data Conducted functional behavioral assessments and skills assessments.
  • provided me with experience in applied behavior analysis, occupational therapy, crisis prevention, and writing and practicing behavior programs.
  • Design behavior programs and attend all weekly staff meetings while adhering to all Nemours policies and procedures.

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20. Discrete Trial Training

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Here's how Discrete Trial Training is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Performed discrete trial training, which is a method of teaching in simplified and structured steps.
  • Work with students 1:1 implementing discrete trial training, natural environment training, and reading/language programs.
  • Utilized the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) and discrete trial training.
  • Utilize evidence based interventions and teaching techniques including Discrete Trial Training and PECS.
  • Developed discrete trial training programs.
  • Utilized a number of scientifically based methodologies following the behavior intervention plan including discrete trial training and natural environment teaching.

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21. Analyze Data

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Here's how Analyze Data is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Conduct applied behavior analysis with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders; collect and analyze data related to behavioral trials.
  • Create function based interventions and analyze data to determine effect of environmental changes.
  • Perform functional analysis, formulate hypothesis, collect and analyze data.
  • Analyze data and ensure timely completion of all required documentation.
  • Analyze data collected by case staff to determine progress and future programming for each case on an individual level.
  • Collect and analyze data in the classroom and work with the teacher to develop instructional programs for the students.
  • Conduct functional behavior analysis, collect and analyze data, create and evaluate graphs and create behavioral support plans.
  • Conduct behavior assessments, collect and analyze data, and develop Positive Behavior Support plans.
  • Collect and analyze data to evaluate the effectiveness of BSP and other services.
  • Collect, maintain, and analyze data to determine effectiveness of interventions.
  • Analyze data, develop graphs, and complete monthly clinical summaries.
  • Provided 1:1 services, analyze data, and design/interpret graphs.
  • Analyze data to determine progress and trends in behavior.
  • Analyze data for programming and behavior plan changes.
  • Collect and analyze data on a daily basis.
  • Graph and analyze data and update programming accordingly.

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22. Group Homes

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Here's how Group Homes is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provided community consultation and staff training for outpatients living in group homes and trained community providers on patient discharge treatment recommendations.
  • Trained and monitored direct care staff on implementing behavioral support plans for consumers in group homes Professional Crisis Management.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments and develop comprehensive behavior support plans for adults in group homes and adult day training facilities.
  • Worked in various settings including foster homes, group homes, adoptive homes, schools, and family homes.
  • Provide Behavior Analyst Services for 5 group homes for adults with special needs.
  • Conduct oversight for 2 behavior focus group homes.
  • Provide training to direct support professionals and families in family homes, adult day training facilities, and group homes.
  • Assess and provide provide/coordinate behavioral therapy for individuals living in group homes, family homes, and foster homes.

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23. Verbal Behavior

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Here's how Verbal Behavior is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provided individualized in home therapy utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis on verbal behavior therapy.
  • Provided individualized Applied Behavior Analysis therapy using verbal behavior therapy.
  • Design verbal behavior programs for young children with autism.
  • Direct a four-year-old child on Autism Spectrum Disorder through Applied Behavior Analysis/Verbal Behavior therapy and assist in developing daily functional skills.
  • Applied functional communication methods to train verbal behavior.
  • Attend Applied Behavior Analysis/Verbal Behavior workshop

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24. Behavior Technicians

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Here's how Behavior Technicians is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Conduct quarterly reassessments and reports, supervised behavior technicians and conducted annual reviews.
  • Mentor behavior technicians to become Registered Behavior Technicians or Board Certified Behavior Analysts.
  • Trained and supervised behavior technicians working directly with children.
  • Provide all-staff training and 1:1 training to behavior technicians, caregivers, paraprofessional aids, and teachers.
  • Supervised behavior technicians, provided feedback in order to improve services.

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25. Direct Care Staff

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Here's how Direct Care Staff is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Trained and monitored direct care staff and other professionals in behavioral plans and intervention strategies implementation.
  • Provided direct care staff with crisis management techniques for consumers living in residential settings and working in Adult Day Training facilities.
  • Coordinate meetings including guardians, regional management, case management, behavioral analysts, direct care staff and an RN.
  • Conducted weekly training sessions with direct care staff on behavioral techniques, program implementation, and therapeutic rapport.
  • Trained and monitored direct care staff on the implementation of behavior intervention plans and skill acquisition programs.
  • Supervised, trained, and managed 24 direct care staff employees on implementation of behavior intervention plans
  • Meet with and personally instruct direct care staff on how to implement Behavior protocols
  • Initiated the development of a system wide training curriculum for direct care staff.
  • Completed all 45 day and annual Performance Evaluations for Direct Care staff.
  • Provided training and oversight to behavior technicians and direct care staff.
  • Assist the Behavioral Service Coordinator and direct reports in providing pre-service and in-service training for direct care staff.
  • Trained therapists, direct care staff, and family members instructing how to implement behavior protocols.
  • Developed and presented training material to direct care staff and parents on Errorless Teaching and Prompting.
  • Create and provide trainings and supervision to direct care staff.

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26. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provide data analysis and oversight on the identification of target behavior patterns and implement corrective actions as necessary to reduce occurrences.
  • Completed data analysis and consulted with families and other professionals.
  • Performed quarterly progress summaries and monthly data analysis.
  • Present Behavior Plans and data analysis to Local review Committee for approval.
  • Establish or review data collection systems and perform data analysis.
  • Complete data analysis and graph data.

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27. Ablls-R

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Here's how Ablls-R is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Developed programming and behavior intervention plans based on Functional Behavior Assessment, ABLLS-R, and VB-MAPP.
  • Conduct Assessments (Functional Behavior Assessment, Preference Assessments, ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP).
  • Completed assessments (ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP) and wrote behavior intervention plans and reports.
  • Completed assessments including: VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, SISS-R, AFLS, and Vineland assessments.
  • Conduct assessments including Vineland, VB-MAPP, and ABLLS-R.
  • Create individual programs per the special need, using the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS-R).

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28. Program Development

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Here's how Program Development is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Managed all aspects of providing applied behavior analysis therapy from assessment through program development to implementation.
  • Conducted direct and indirect assessments and descriptive analyses to assist with program development and/or modifications.
  • Provided behavior and marketing analysis to measure the effectiveness of standards for program development.
  • Conducted Child Assessments, Reviewing assigned cases and performing all program development with their supervisor.
  • Collaborated with the department head on outreach and program development.
  • Trained on different assessment procedures, program development, data management, report writing, behavioral procedures, and environmental observations.

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29. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Delivered clinical supervision to fourteen staff members.
  • Provided training and support to families, schools, program and other staff members.
  • Provided training and supervised staff members providing services to students in their homes.
  • Provided feedback and reinforcement to staff members for appropriate and timely cleaning behavior.
  • Supervised therapeutic staff members, duties included scheduling assigned daily work loads.
  • Assisted staff members in implement and fostering the behavior management plans.
  • Conducted and created behavior analytic trainings for 100+ staff members to maintain compliance with state and federal standards of service delivery.

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30. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • BoardCertified Behavioral Analyst & LCSW; oversight of behavioral programming and mental health services.
  • Maintain daily, weekly, and monthly paperwork as required by mental health services.

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31. Community Settings

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Here's how Community Settings is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Implement positive behavioral intervention strategies and supports for referred clients and their caregivers in their living, educational and community settings.
  • Implement behavioral interventions in school and community settings and collect data, modify treatment to ensure effectiveness.
  • Develop individualized behavior support plans to be used in the home and community settings.
  • Provide social skills training, and generalization of skills into school and community settings.
  • Served children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the home or community settings.
  • Addressed family and client needs within community settings.

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32. Afls

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Here's how Afls is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Completed assessments including the ABLLS, AFLS, VB-MAPP, and the Vineland.

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33. Preference Assessments

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Here's how Preference Assessments is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Continue motivation to promote learning through preference assessments.
  • Practice of reinforcement, differential reinforcement, coping management skills, preference assessments, Functional Behavioral Assessments, and discrete trial.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments (FBA), functional analysis (FA), skills assessments, and preference assessments.
  • Perform direct and indirect preference assessments and reinforcer assessments to identify the function(s) of individual and group behavior.
  • Describe the behavior and environment in observable and measurable terms and conduct preference assessments with individualized and functional assessment procedures.
  • Motivate children by using various reinforcement techniques during preference assessments.

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34. Positive Reinforcement Method

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Assisted children in developing skills using Applied Verbal Behavior and positive reinforcement methods.
  • Assisted in the management and shaping of student behavior through the implementation of positive reinforcement methodologies.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Used positive reinforcement method during transitions while slowly fading reinforcement when appropriate behaviors were increasing.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.

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35. ABC

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Here's how ABC is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Assessed each individual with various tools such as functional assessments, ABC Sheets, and Motivational Assessment survey's.
  • Record observations: Information will be recorded in the form of scatter plotter and ABC format.
  • Collect data (time sampling, frequency, latency, duration, ABC, etc.)
  • Conducted ABC behavior measurement - Conducted FBA behavior analysis
  • Completed required paperwork (ABC chart, monthly behavioral progress chart, daily notes, etc.)
  • Use ABC (antecedent, behavior, consequence) model to determine the function of the behavior.

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36. Data Sheets

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Here's how Data Sheets is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Managed all paperwork associated with each child's case (goals, treatment recommendations, and data sheets).
  • Developed a library of data sheets and feedback forms retained as the standard in various treatment programs.
  • Create data sheets to accurately collect data on target behaviors and BIP goals.
  • Design data sheets and graph all data.
  • Develop IEP goals as related to problematic behavior and develop corresponding data sheets to monitor progress.
  • Observed/Notated behavior of students Collected data using data sheets Sorted/Organized student behavior reports Observed/Implemented Differential Reinforcement Schedules such as DRA and DRO

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37. ISP

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Here's how ISP is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Maintain records, including ISP, confidential records, records of services provided, and behavioral data.
  • Teach functional replacement behaviors in collaboration with the ISP team and the individual.
  • Assist with developing goals for the individuals and attending ISP meetings.
  • Identify person or persons displaying signs of deceptions in their behavior.
  • Instruct and assist staff implementing the ISP goal methods.
  • Use appropriate data display: such as equal interval graphs and standard celeration chart.

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38. DTT

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Here's how DTT is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provided in-home sessions with children using DTT, NET, Stimulus-stimulus pairing, as well as negative behavior reducing practices.
  • Provided individualized in-home therapy for children with autism through Pivotal Response Training, Play Therapy, and DTT.
  • Implemented ABA techniques, such as DTT, to help developmentally challenged clients meet their full potential.
  • Assisted in completing all necessary reports, records, and programs (DTT).
  • Use ABA techniques and DTT programs based off needs and goals of individual child.
  • Performed Discrete Trial Training (DTT).

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39. Direct Observation

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Here's how Direct Observation is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provide direct observation, measurement, and functional analysis of the relations between environment and behavior.
  • Conducted behavior assessments and devised appropriate behavior plans based from Functional Behavior Assessments, VB-MAPP and Direct Observation.
  • Take direct observations of individual and group behavior(s); make inferences based on observations.
  • Conduct direct observations and assessments of individual's in their home, school and community environments.
  • Direct observation of behavior, things, events and social context.
  • Assisted in writing and provided direct observation for treatment programs.
  • Collected and analyzed direct observation data to determine data-based interventions to increase healthy, adaptive behavior and to reduce problematic behavior.

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40. RBT

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Here's how RBT is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Participate in hiring process for RBTs, staff trainers and supervisors.
  • Provided trainings for RBTs and providers as needed throughout the year.
  • Completed RBT Competency Assessment and maintain certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
  • Maintained RBT certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) to uphold ethical and therapeutic excellence.
  • Received Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
  • Worked with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder in a school setting as a Paraprofessional/RBT.

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41. Graph Data

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Here's how Graph Data is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Graph data for reports in a standardized format.
  • Examine, evaluate and graph data.
  • Graph data and write progress notes; and contribute to group meetings and trainings.
  • Observe behaviors, plan client s schedule, write data, and graph data in client s binder.
  • Take, calculate, and graph data based upon client s performance and development within programs.
  • Collect data daily for each program and graph data daily in client book

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42. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Trained in Aggression Control Techniques, Behavior Modification techniques and CPR.
  • Certified in CPR, First Aid & child safety training.
  • Serve as instructor for CPR and First Aid orientation classes.
  • Certified in Safe Crisis Management and CPR.
  • Trained to teach CPR/ First Aid as well as the state forensic services curriculum for personal safety techniques.
  • Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT Certified) - First Aid & CPR certified through the American Red Cross
  • Follow meal plans Cpr certified Take to work/workshop Physical restraint training

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43. Fbas

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Here's how Fbas is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Called to assist on other cases on a regular bases to assist with FBAs.

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44. Special Needs

low Demand
Here's how Special Needs is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Provide behavioral modification interventions for clients with special needs and disabilities.
  • Service Assisting in the care and education of special needs children, Participant in the Shadow Program, Para Professional Certified
  • Provided oversight to Lead Teachers in case management and application of early intervention services to students with special needs.
  • Provide behavioral support in the school setting for Pre-K through 12th grade general education and special needs students.
  • Trained parents of special needs adults and children in various behavioral techniques to manage serious problems behaviors.
  • Acted as the Executive Director for an inclusive preschool for children with special needs.
  • Support classroom activity and retrieve critical learning data for children with special needs.
  • Develop, train and monitor individualized programs for youth with additional special needs.
  • Assist children with special needs with the development of independent life skills.
  • Position working with children whom have special needs and/or diagnosed with autism.
  • Worked with and took data on children with special needs
  • Applied Behavior Analysis Provide 1:1 behavioral intervention services to students with autism and other special needs.

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45. New Clients

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Here's how New Clients is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Observe new clients and conduct functional behavioral assessments to guide treatment through individualized behavior support plans.
  • Participate in admission and transfer assessments and providing oversight and assistance with new clients.

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46. Monthly Reports

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Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Behavior Analyst jobs:
  • Submitted monthly reports outlining the progress of current behavior treatment plans and daily analysis of incident reports.
  • Interpret data and prepare clinical service monthly reports for staff, administrators, and parents/conservators.
  • Maintained literature collection, annual calendar, monthly reports and managed branch monthly budget.
  • Prepare thorough monthly reports for the purposes of reporting progress and billing insurance.
  • Create session notes and monthly reports which include a monthly graph of progress.
  • Create monthly reports summarizing data collected during implementation of client's BTP.
  • Complete quarterly progress updates and monthly reports.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Behavior Analyst

Behavior Analysis9.6%
ABA9.6%
Behavioral Issues8.6%
Data Collection7.2%
Behavior Support Plans6.7%
Treatment Plans6.1%
Student Learning6.1%
Functional Behavior Assessments6.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Behavior Analyst

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Behavior Analysis
Behavior Analysis
7.9%
7.9%
2
2
ABA
ABA
7.9%
7.9%
3
3
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
Data Collection
Data Collection
5.9%
5.9%
5
5
Behavior Support Plans
Behavior Support Plans
5.5%
5.5%
6
6
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
5%
5%
7
7
Student Learning
Student Learning
5%
5%
8
8
Functional Behavior Assessments
Functional Behavior Assessments
5%
5%
9
9
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
4.2%
4.2%
10
10
IEP
IEP
3.6%
3.6%
11
11
Bcba
Bcba
3.5%
3.5%
12
12
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
3.3%
3.3%
13
13
Train Staff
Train Staff
2.8%
2.8%
14
14
Skill Acquisition Programs
Skill Acquisition Programs
2.6%
2.6%
15
15
Behavior Data
Behavior Data
2.3%
2.3%
16
16
Parent Training
Parent Training
2.3%
2.3%
17
17
Functional Analysis
Functional Analysis
2.2%
2.2%
18
18
Vb-Mapp
Vb-Mapp
2.2%
2.2%
19
19
Behavior Programs
Behavior Programs
2.2%
2.2%
20
20
Discrete Trial Training
Discrete Trial Training
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Analyze Data
Analyze Data
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Group Homes
Group Homes
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Verbal Behavior
Verbal Behavior
1%
1%
24
24
Behavior Technicians
Behavior Technicians
1%
1%
25
25
Direct Care Staff
Direct Care Staff
1%
1%
26
26
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
1%
1%
27
27
Ablls-R
Ablls-R
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Program Development
Program Development
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Community Settings
Community Settings
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Afls
Afls
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Preference Assessments
Preference Assessments
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Positive Reinforcement Method
Positive Reinforcement Method
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
ABC
ABC
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Data Sheets
Data Sheets
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
ISP
ISP
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
DTT
DTT
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Direct Observation
Direct Observation
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
RBT
RBT
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Graph Data
Graph Data
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
CPR
CPR
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Fbas
Fbas
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
New Clients
New Clients
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.4%
0.4%

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