Related Behavioral Services

Certainly! Here are some related therapy services:

Behaviorists are specialists that study students’ actions that are shaped by environmental stimuli. behavior can be studied in a systematic and observable manner regardless of internal mental states. Behaviorists believe that any person—regardless of genetic background, personality traits, and internal thoughts— can be trained to perform any task, within the limits of their physical capabilities. It only requires the right conditioning

We serve the schools to provide the professional support the schools and Districts need.

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School Psychologists

School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of school teams who support students' ability to learn and reach their fullest. They help children be successful academically, socially, and emotionally. Psychologists in schools collaborate with educators, parents, and others for the all-round development of the students.

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School Counselors

A school counselor is a certified or licensed professional that provides academic, career, college readiness, and social-emotional support for all students. They offer individual counseling to help students resolve personal or interpersonal problems; they help students choose careers and plan for college; and they intervene when students face behavioral, physical, or mental health challenges.

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Licensed Social Workers

School social workers are licensed and/or certified mental health providers serving students, families, schools, and communities by providing evidence-based behavioral, social, emotional, and mental health services. They help children develop appropriate social interaction skills. Assisting the child in understanding and accepting themselves and others.

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Board Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBA)

Board-certified behavior analysts are healthcare professionals who study behavior patterns and create individualized plans to help children thrive. They often fulfill a consultative role for teachers and administrators, providing guidance and training on strategies to address student behavior challenges or to develop a school-wide behavior plan.

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Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT)

Registered behavioral technicians are paraprofessionals who work in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). RBTs provide direct services to individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities under the supervision of a board-certified behaviorist. They use ABA techniques to teach skills such as communication, socialization, and self-care and to reduce problem behaviors such as aggression and self-injury.

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Behavioral Technicians (BT)

Behavioral Technicians Provides direct care to children in a one-on-one or group therapy setting. Collecting and recording data on child behavior. Collaborating, communicating, and assisting with the training of students, parents, and administrative staff. Provide a safe and supportive environment for children and school.

Required documents

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree, depending on the position applied.
  • Valid and active California credentials and licensure