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Become a CARD Behavior Therapist

Being a CARD Behavior Therapist is a uniquely rewarding and inspiring experience. Our therapists are trained to implement one-on-one behavioral intervention programs to children in their homes and to serve as instructional shadows in school settings as well as center based programs. If you want to make a difference, help a child grow and learn, and connect with a family, you should consider becoming an ABA Behavior Therapist with CARD.

CARD provides all necessary training through a concise program that includes:

  • Three weeks in-depth classroom and overlap training
  • Field evaluation and written test
  • Continuous monthly trainings

To become a Behavior Therapist, you must meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • Pursuing or have graduated with a degree in psychology, education, early childhood development, special education or related field
  • Strong verbal and interpersonal skills
  • Reliable transportation, proof of auto insurance, and no criminal history
  • Passed tuberculosis test

"Climb the Ladder of Success"
When you join the CARD team as an ABA Behavior Therapist, you have an amazing opportunity to jumpstart a long and fulfilling career at CARD.

Care Coordinator
Care Coordinators assist with report writing, data collection, program maintenance, and scheduling calls and meetings with parents and therapists. The Care Coordinator also provides observation data to the supervisors through client observations.
Hourly non-exempt, full-time

Therapist Liaison
The Therapist Liaison is a dual position focused on recruitment and retention. Therapist Liaisons assist with therapist quality assurance, regular drop-ins, and annual therapist evaluations, and are responsible for therapist trainings, social events and monitoring the office social budget.
Full-time non-exempt

Case Manager, Case Consultant, Senior Case Consultant, Case Supervisor
Case Managers work under the direction of the Case Supervisor or Clinical Supervisor, assisting with reports and other supervisory responsibilities.
Salaried exempt, full-time

Case Consultants and Sr. Case Consultants supervise and manage the treatment implementation team and provide training to Behavior Technicians and Case Managers, and client family members. Case Supervisors conduct assessments, and design and maintain top-quality treatment programs.
Salaried exempt, full-time

Clinical Manager Designee (CLMD)
Clinical Manager Designees are in a 6-month training period with the potential to become Clinical Managers. The CLMD is responsible for the overall clinical care and quality for a designated satellite office, ensuring its team members meet CARD standards.
Full-time exempt

Clinical Manager (CLM)
The Clinical Manager oversees the clinical operations of a satellite office and is responsible for overall clinical care and quality.
Full-time exempt

Regional Clinical Manager (RCLM)
The Regional Clinical Manager is responsible for the overall clinical care and quality for two or more satellite offices, ensuring they meet CARD standards. The RCLM manages the CLMs and CLMDs in his/her region, helping them to achieve their goals and maintain the highest quality of service.
Full-time exempt

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