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Mental Health Peer Support Specialist
Goochland Powhatan Community Services
Goochland Powhatan Community Services (GPCS) is seeking a Mental Health Peer Support
Specialist. This position will be responsible for providing a variety of services to clients in several
CSB programs including Case Management and Outpatient services. The position will have both
administrative and direct consumer responsibilities, with emphasis on consumer recovery and
advocacy. This position relies on a recovery-based approach to meaningfully engage with consumers while helping consumers achieve their goals. This position requires collaboration between other members of the clinical team to ensure coordination of care among consumers. The incumbent will receive direct supervision from the Program Manager. Knowledge of mental health and substance use disorders is required as well as a strong recovery focus. Computer literacy and organizational skills are necessary as timely and accurate documentation is essential. The incumbent must either be Certified and registered with the Board of Counseling as a Peer Recovery Specialist or have completed DBHDS Training and need 500 hours of supervised practice which can be completed at GPCS as part of the position duties.
The GPCS application is required and available at under Employment Salary based on Certification status and experience. Salary range is $42,640 - $58,870. GPCS also has a generous benefit package. Open Until filled. EEO
Link: None
Behavior Consultant/BCBA/LBA
Old Town ABA
Therapeutic consultation aims to consult with the client’s service team and relevant providers such as caregivers, group homes, day programs, job coaches, and more to properly assess, design a behavior support plan, and train using ABA principles. Flexible, hybrid (In-person, Telehealth, and Office time) day time hours available consistently.

Old Town ABA seeks a perfect fit, amazing BCBA for Loudoun County clients. Transition into a caseload of your choice, maintaining around 20-40 hours per week. Contract position. Come join this amazing team!

Open to any discussion for this position, please inquire!
Green Box ABA, PLLC
Competitive compensation
401k program
Paid Time Off
100% company covered healthcare
Dental and Vision Plans
Life Insurance
Advanced BCBA-D clinical mentorship and
support with case management
Substantial administrative support with insurance paperwork (just practice!!)
Ongoing professional development and CEU opportunities
Small caseloads
Mixture of clinic and in home services
Minimal travel
Green Box ABA, PLLC
-Certification required but training towards certification available
-401k program
-Frequent BCBA case supervision
-Minimal travel
-Highly-developed supervision program for
obtaining hours towards BCBA certification
coordinated by onsite BCBA-D
-Community of RBTs pursuing graduate
degrees and professional licensure
Family Beeginnings
Calling all RBTs/behavior technicians/teachers/nannies—
Family Beeginnings, INC. is seeking a professional, energetic, and driven RBT/behavior technician to join our team!
Don’t have experience or looking for a career change? Ask about our Pathway to Team Bee Program, a paid mentorship program. (We provide paid training for those seeking the RBT certification).
Family Beeginnings is a clinic and home-based ABA company serving Prince William, Loudoun, Fairfax & Stafford Counties. For individuals who do not have a current RBT position, we offer paid RBT training and a comprehensive mentorship program. Both full-time and part-time positions are available.

Job Description:
- Required to perform appropriate services as directed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s/BCaBA’s) and the developed plan of care using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) methods
- You will document ongoing session notes and collect data
- Required to communicate and work together with the parents and caregivers on treatment goals
- Teach and promote language skills
- Teach and promote social skills
- Teach and promote daily living skills
- You work together with BCBA/BCaBA’s, parents, caregivers, and teachers to successfully achieve appropriate results as a team
- You maintain appropriate communication with supervisors and management regarding case management, scheduling, status, and updates

Job Requirements-
To qualify for this position, you must meet one of the following:
*RBT (registered behavior technician) certification through the BACB
* individuals with 1+ years of behavioral/mental health experience working with children
* Teachers/individuals with 1+ years of experience working in special education
* Teachers/individuals with 3+ years of experience working with children in general Ed

Alpha & Omega kids services
Our mission is to cut across all cultural barriers and languages while striving to integrate children with special needs into their communities. Advocacy for children with special needs is at the core of who we are. We aim at helping children reach their milestones, attain the goals that their parents wish for them, and therapeutically allow them to maximize their full potential in their natural environment.

What is an RBT?
A registered behavior technician supports and implements a patient care plan created by a board-certified behavior analyst. They provide ABA interventions that encourage socially acceptable replacement behaviors so clients can build and improve upon their communication, social interaction, and problem-solving skills

· Provide 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.
· Accept and implement feedback provided by BCBA for program integrity.
· Teach socially acceptable replacement behaviors.
· Provide 1:1 ABA therapy for children with Autism and related disorders.
· Communicate client progress with supervising BCBA.
· Collect behavior data as specified in the client behavior support plan.
· Implement behavior therapy techniques as instructed by the Behavioral Services Manager and Behavior Specialist.
· Review data and progress reports with Behavioral Services Manager and Behavior Specialist to manage program improvements.
· Document interventions and progress towards goals accurately and in a timely manner.
· Assists in the creation of instructional materials

Looking for availability in Northern Virginia:

Alexandria, Fredericksburg, Stafford, Manassas, Arlington, Ashburn, Sterling, Centrevill, Haymarket, Gainesville, and surrounding areas.
Compass Counseling Services of NOVA
Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

At Compass Counseling Services of NOVA, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

Compass provides PAID training towards your RBT Certification. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and move into our supervisor training program following board certification.
Compass Counseling Services of NOVA
Advance your career by joining our leadership team at Compass Counseling Services of NOVA. Compass' Behavioral Health Programs have a distinguished reputation for quality and excellence in multiple locations across the state of Virginia. Compass Counseling Services of NOVA is a mature, community-based agency known for its authenticity, commitment to excellence and high ethical standards. We focus on stabilizing, strengthening and supporting individuals with disabilities and their families. We are dedicated to improving client health, empowering staff through professional development, and maintaining a positive culture based on integrity. We provide in-home ABA based behavior therapy to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.

We are currently hiring LBAs/BCBAs for full-time salaried supervisory positions. Candidates should possess a License as a Behavior Analyst (LBA) in Virginia or are Board Certified as a Behavior Analyst and are seeking licensure as an LBA in Virginia. Candidates also have direct experience working with children and/or adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Ideal Candidates also have supervisory experience as well. We offer competitive compensation, flexible scheduling and a full-time benefits package.

As a Clinical Supervisor with the Connections team you will experience a responsive, supportive company culture dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with challenging behaviors and their families. You will become part of a multi-disciplinary leadership team focused on providing stability and hope to clients and their families while developing career advancing leadership skills. You will grow clinically as a behavior analyst while providing a team of hardworking, dependable behavior support clinicians an opportunity to develop their professional skills under your guidance. You will give back to the field of behavior analysis through supervising individuals pursuing their BCBA/BCaBA certification and RBTs.
BCBA for direct service provision
Capital ABA
Tired of training RBTs, only for them to leave for another agency? Ready to get back to what may have brought you into the field in the first place? Interested in running your own show and leaving your own mark? Then, have we got the opportunity for you!

Capital ABA is looking for BCBAs interested in providing 1:1 hands on delivery for our families throughout Northern Virginia. Our unique BCBA-only service delivery model allows us to offer our providers 100% caseload flexibility. Work as much or as little as you want! Minimize your commute to whatever radius you are comfortable with! BE YOUR OWN BOSS! 🤯

We offer great hourly rates, informal professional mentorship opportunities, varied caseload options, friendly colleagues, and more.
Pathway Consulting LLC
Our growing practice is seeking an analyst with foundational knowledge and application of ACT principles to provide Telehealth / hybrid services for clients ages 5-80 using the therapeutic consultation model. Analysts throughout the state are encouraged to apply. We can coach up anyone interested in furthering their ACT skills. Send your resume in and let’s chat!
Link: None
Intercept Health
Board Certified Behavior Analyst

(Clinical Supervisor of ABA Center)

Intercept Health is a family-owned agency serving various mental and behavioral health, substance use, and foster care needs in Virginia. In 1996, what started as a single group home for boys has evolved year after year to fill gaps and meet the service needs of families and communities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

“We help people grow and live their healthiest lives.”

Our team members exhibit our VALUES - STOP & ASK:

• Service Excellence
• Team Loyalty
• Ownership
• Passion
• Authenticity
• Solution Focused
• Kindness

As the Clinical Supervisor of ABA Services, you will develop and supervise behavioral therapy programs for children, adolescents, and young adults who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, and other developmental disabilities in both the home and community settings. You will provide clinical oversight to ABA client programming and supervision to behavior technicians providing direct services.

Education and Experience Required: The selected candidate must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing. You must possess at least a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Childhood Development, or other related disciplines from an accredited college or university. Relevant experience implementing ABA services with individuals with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, or other developmental disabilities and one or more years of relevant supervisory experience.

We are looking for new talent to join our teams in the following areas: Marion, Wytheville, Roanoke, Chester, Chesterfield, and Newport News.
To review the full job description and to more about Intercept Health, please visit:

For additional questions or information – please contact us at

Link: www.intercept
Behavior Technician - BT/RBT (full-time, center based)
Little Leaves Behavioral Services
Full-time position (30-40 hours/week): All RBT/BTs are guaranteed a minimum of 30 hours of work per week, but most RBT/BTs work 35-40 hours weekly.
Eligible for benefits, including health, dental, vision, retirement, paid time off, life and disability insurance
Growth Opportunities/Career Ladder
This is a center-based position: Drive to the same location every day, work alongside your peers, and always have an entire clinical team to support you.

Do you want your work to make a meaningful difference in your community?
Do you love working with kids?
If your answer is yes, come grow with us at Little Leaves Behavioral Services!

Little Leaves is looking for new colleagues who love children and are passionate about making a profound difference in the lives of children with autism. Our team members love to play and aren’t afraid to be silly and engaging. The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and is eager to learn and grow. If this sounds like you, apply today!

Behavior Technician Role:

Behavior Technicians (BTs) are one of the most critical members of a child’s therapy team and have the potential to positively change the trajectory of a child’s life. They work one-on-one with clients to deliver the individualized, life-changing treatment that is designed by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Little Leaves BTs receive extensive training. The stakes are high with the work we do. We take that responsibility seriously by providing exceptional, in-depth training and support for our team. Our goal is for every employee to feel comfortable and confident in their role before they start working with clients.

This is a center-based position, so supervisors and colleagues work side-by-side to support our clients. If you ever have questions, need guidance, or need an extra set of hands, your team will be right there to back you up.
Behavior Coach
Greene County Public Schools
School Based Behavior Analyst
See job posting link
Field Assistant
Therapeutic Alliance LLC
This position is an incredible opportunity to get your BCBA supervision hours and/or advance as a RBT in the field! This position provides indirect and direct support for BTs/RBTs in home, clinic, and community settings. The field assistant works with a BCBA to ensure all programming is effective and all staff are well trained on its implementation. Amazing hours, flexible schedule, ongoing professional development!

For full job description and more information please reach out to me!
Registered Behavior Technician
Behavioral Framework
$500 sign-on bonus for board-certified Registered Behavior Technicians!

Why Behavioral Framework?
-Competitive starting wage - $25.00/ hour
-Great work schedules
-Consistent and timely support, coaching, and guidance.
-Company subsidized Health Insurance (CareFirst) for eligible employees.
-Paid vacation and sick leave.
-Company-sponsored 401(k) plan with 3% employer contribution after meeting the eligibility requirements.
-Opportunities to learn from the professionals
-All tools and materials needed for your sessions.
-Opportunities for growth

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:
-Actively participate in the implementation of ABA therapy.
-Collect and record data based on observable client behavior.
-Document sessions by writing progress notes.
-Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when working with clients.
-Provide direct client care following the prescribed behavioral protocols/programs.

Physical Requirements:
-Proficient in fine and gross motor skills.
-Full physical range of motion.
-Ability to physically write progress notes, graph data and enter data into a computerized data collection system.
-Ability to read treatment plans, interpret data and follow instructions.
-Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing).
-Must be able to hold/transport clients in the course of behavioral management.
-Must be able to receive detailed information through oral communication.
-Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
-Must be physically present at the assigned job site.

Education Requirements:
-High School or Equivalent
-Required license or certification:
-Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Additional Requirements:
-Valid Driver's License
-Must have reliable transportation/Car
Associate Clinical Director
Behavioral Framework
This is not your typical Associate Clinical Director role. You will:
• Oversee a team of BCBAs
• Be part of a large in-office team of senior clinical BCBAs
• Attend weekly roundtable meetings with clinical leadership
• Have no billable hour requirements
• Be fully supported by administrative staff and functional clinical departments

Essential Functions
• Train and supervise an assigned team of BCBAs
• Oversee client treatment plans and outcomes
• Review, monitor, and evaluate treatment integrity
• Provide mentorship to clinical team ensuring adherence with BACB ethical guidelines Coordinate home and school communications regarding client ABA services
• Conduct quarterly parent satisfaction calls
• Establish effective clinical and ethical relationships with clients and families
• Provide all required documentation of duties performed
• Identify and escalate issues
• Participate in clinical staff meetings and work as part of the Clinical Leadership Team to meet the individual and company goals
• Maintain all administrative records, client files and electronic files
• Review Clinical Supervisor session notes following an auditing checklist
• Perform other related duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, Experience
• Master’s degree in ABA or related field
• BCBA or BCBA-D certification in good standing and appropriate State licensure
• Proven experience managing small teams
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

We offer the following outstanding benefits
• Competitive Salary
• Relocation assistance
• Flexible schedule
• Paid time off
• Paid holidays
• Company subsidized Health Insurance (Carefirst)
• Company sponsored 401(k) plan with 3% employer contribution after meeting the eligibility requirements
• Company MacBook Laptop
• Company iPhone
• Paid Conference attendance and CEUs
• Reimbursement for license application/renewal fees
Registered Behavior Technician
Continuum Behavioral Health
Continuum is in search of qualified, passionate, active and enthusiastic individuals to join our team of highly trained specialists to provide Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) training in our clinic for children on the autism spectrum. Experience providing ABA instruction is desired but not required. We are offering full-time and part-time opportunities.

We are looking for enthusiastic candidates to provide the following services to clients in the home, school, clinic or community:

-Provide ABA instruction using individualized and group curriculum created by a Senior Consultant

-Collect and analyze skill acquisition and behavior data, with oversight and supervision provided by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Qualifications and Requirements for selected candidates include:

-Some experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

-Bachelor’s Degree or current enrollment in a four year Bachelors program preferred.

-Reliable transportation and a track record of reliability

-Creativity, multitasking, high-energy, flexibility and patience!

Benefits for the selected candidates:

- Very competitive rates

-No 1099’s - you are an employee, we handle tax withholding

-Direct supervision hours

-Advancement and Growth-Opportunities for advancement to our leadership team as a lead instructor, junior consultant, and senior consultant

Whether you wish to advance your career as a leader on our team, begin your career with an industry leader, or simply earn extra income part time, you will enjoy the collaborative, progressive environment as part of the Continuum family of professionals!


Continuum Behavioral Health
Join Continuum Behavioral Health in this impactful role as a BCBA, you’ll be responsible for clinical assessments, goal setting, treatment planning, data analysis, direct services, family support, school collaborations, and more. If you’re a Behavior Analyst with a positive attitude, a commitment to excellence, and a desire to make a meaningful difference in children’s lives, we invite you to be part of our team!
$5000 SIGN-ON BONUS for licensed BCBAs!
We are hiring full time and part time across Northern Virginia and DC.
At Continuum, we prioritize our team’s success and well-being, offering not just a job but a career enriched with incredible perks and growth opportunities:
Flexible Scheduling: Tailored to your needs, offering both full and part-time options.
Supportive Environment: Work alongside esteemed professionals and a dynamic team of consultants and technicians dedicated to teamwork and excellence.
Administrative Support: Focus on your clients while we handle administrative tasks such as billing, insurance, and benefits, providing you with seamless support.
Exceptional Benefits: As our valued employee, you’ll enjoy competitive compensation, paid time off for ALL team members, paid travel between appointments, performance incentives, career advancement tracks, and more!
Continuous Learning: Monthly clinical meetings, mentorship, free CEUs through a Journal Club, access to literature, and reimbursement for continuing education ensure your professional growth.
Additional Benefits: Access to affordable insurance, credit union membership, and various perks including company-sponsored events and networking opportunities.
Full-Time Perks: Full-time salaried staff enjoy additional benefits like subsidized health and dental insurance and sponsored 401(k) retirement plan.

Associate clinical director
Autism Center of Excellence
Autism Center of Excellence is a premier provider of Applied Behavior Analysis.
We are currently seeking an experienced Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) to join our amazing team.
Our Pledge to Service:
Our vision is to help all children achieve their full potential. We care for our staff and enable Work-Life Balance. We offer low caseloads, a competitive salary, and an opportunity to grow your career along with us.

What we are looking for:

# BCBA Certification: Board Certification in Applied # Behavior Analysis, per BACB guidelines
# Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis or related field
# Experience working with children on the autism spectrum and other developmental disabilities
# Passionate about clinical quality and client progress to drive decision making and best practices
# ABA advocate to ensure parent meetings/trainings are conducted, while also promoting services
Exceptional skillset with leadership, time management, and observation
Excellent writing and communication skills, be highly organized with an ability to multi-task
Effective Collaborator and team-plater, who is empathetic and culturally competent
Protect clients’ rights and privacy according to HIPAA regulations
Develop and supervise training programs for staff development using evidence-based strategies
Assign a well-matched RBT or BT for each case.
Support the Behavior Technicians to ensure
Develop, coordinate, implement, and evaluate behavior-analytic programs and supports

Benefits of working at AutismCOE:
# Competitive pay with increments
# Bonus up to 30% of base salary
# Generous Paid Time Off
# Health Insurance Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
# Life insurance
# 401 K
# CEU reimbursements
# Performance Bonus structure
# Referral Bonus
# Company provided laptop
# Tuition discount programs for further education

A company that strives for work/life balance
Join our dream team!
Behavior Technician
Behavioral Directions LLC
Hiring Now! Opening for a Clinic-based Behavior Technician at Behavioral Directions! Come experience the difference of 23 years of practice experience, positive staff culture, and team support.

Full and Part-time openings!

Contact Dr. Jane Barbin, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA below.

Clinic Position with an Amazing Team and Lots of Support- Stable hours with No Travel or Limited Travel (School Support, Occasional Home- Mostly Clinic). Open for 23 years in Local Area! Ready to Take On a New Challenge and Make a Meaningful Difference in Someone’s Life?

Experience the Difference of Working with Us and Our Dedication to Staff and Quality Services for 23 Years in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Tenure and experience do make a difference! You will work in a professional atmosphere supervised by a Licensed Clinical Psychologist/BCBA-D in a tailored (non-corporation) therapeutic setting.

Behavioral Directions LLC provides best practice behavioral services to individuals with autism, genetic and related disorders using the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Our services are implemented in our clinic (Sterling) and occasionally in settings (Fairfax/Loudoun). We are proud of having over two decades of exceptional service to the local community. Join our practice and come experience the difference!

We offer:

Full Time (Some Part Time) Positions – Must have Tuesday - Friday availability 8:45AM-6PM and Saturday (8:45-2:30PM) Availability. Stable hours!
Individualized and Extensive Training
Flexible Scheduling
Growth and Networking Opportunities
Participation in Conferences, Workshops and Research

Benefits for Full Time Employees:
Competitive Pay
Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay
Health Insurance and Optional Disability/Life Insurance
RBT and BCaBA Supervision Included (Begins immediately)
First Aid & CPR Certification

Pay: $22.00 - $28.00 per hour

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