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We are searching for a an Inpatient Board Certified Behavior Analyst—someone to provide behavior analysis for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities by assessing, planning, educating, implementing and monitoring targeted essential individual behavior care plans.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Master’s Degree with behavior analyst license and certification
• Comparable experience (5 years minimum)
• Psyche experience
• Conducts functional behavioral assessments, including functional analyses, of severe problem behavior.
• Develops preliminary behavior intervention and safety plans.
• Monitors the individual’s behavior data and provides descriptive progress notes.
• Conducts treatment fidelity assessments to ensure proper implementation of the behavior support plan.
• Works with the medical team on emergency behavioral stabilization for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in an inpatient setting.
• Participates in multidisciplinary rounds and documents in the medical record.
• Co-facilitates clinical, motivational, and crisis intervention counseling with a licensed clinical psychologist as needed.
• Develops staff and caregiver training on behavior intervention plans.
• Educates physicians and other medical professionals on functions of problem behavior and behavior management techniques.
• Develops and facilitates educational in-services utilizing adult training modalities in collaboration with Nursing Professional Development and/or decentralized Education Coordinators.
• Collects and analyzes data from the medical record to coordinate care and discharge planning.
• Performs qualitative and quantitative analysis of pertinent clinical data and provides follow-up clinical care referrals as needed.
• Develops and presents recommendations and negotiates effectively in a way that will encourage understanding and acceptance.
• Effectively communicates psychological issues orally and in writing to the multidisciplinary health care team, patients and families.
• Maintains maturity in interpersonal communication in identifying, resolving and assisting in resolving conflicts.
• Maintains patient and family confidentiality.
• Master’s Degree in behavior analysis, education or psychology
• BLS (American Heart Association Basic Life Support)
• BCBA (Behavior Analyst Certification)
• BHVAN (Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation)
• Knowledge of clinical and/or counseling psychology obtained at the graduate level.
• Knowledge of a wide range of professional psychiatric conditions and medical theories, procedures and techniques, used in
• the evaluation, treatment and management of behavioral health patients.
• Skill and ability to interpret patient’s verbal and non-verbal actions/responses.
• Must be capable of self-directed practice and demonstrate personal initiative.
• Must seek, collaborate and collaborate with the licensed clinical psychologist.
• Must have excellent writing and communication skills.
• Ability to effectively organize work and multitask.