Current Postings

November 2020

The holiday season is upon us! Although it may look different than most years, we hope you have the opportunity to safely share it with family and friends. This month we bring you new job postings, FREE upcoming webinars, and a NEW Climate Change Course. Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at BDS!

The following is a paid advertisement and is not associated with Behavior Development Solutions

Are you driven to change lives?
Do you feel that you could be making more meaningful life changes in your client's life but aren't sure how to go about it?

Well, True ABAlities could be the place for you! We are a very small clinic housed within a private ABA based school in Cary NC. Our current clients are 6-12 years old but we take learners from 3-21. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of services to each of our learners and to make measurable meaningful differences in their current lives as well as long term lives. We focus from the beginning on building the functional skills necessary to have and keep a job, live as independently as possible, be an active member of a family unit, and be involved in the community.

We are committed and passionate about giving our 100% to every single client. With our small unique setting, we are able to focus on the individual needs of each client. We also believe that to be the best all of us must continue to grow in our skills and therefore we are a training focused clinic. We provide professional trainings and have a BCBA mentorship with the Pyramid Company, founded by Andy Bondy and Lori Frost, the creators of the picture exchange communication system.

We are looking for someone special, someone that has passion, drive, and commitment to bettering the field and the lives of their clients. We are looking for someone that would thrive in our small setting and would enjoy being a leader. We are looking for someone that embraces learning and evolving and wants to further their ability to create functional outcomes for their learners. Is that you?

  • case load 27 hrs per week (option to be salaried at 65k a year or hourly at 60-65 an hr) vast majority of hours are in clinic, travel reimbursement for in-home hours (though it's very minimal),
  • supervision of 3 BCBA candidates (quality training)
  • group and individual parent training
  • Weekly staff meetings
  • Training and coaching all RBTs
  • Submitting plans of care to insurance and able to fight for clinically recommended hours


  • electronic data collection system
  • company ipad and laptop provided
  • if hourly, 8 unbillable hours are a lotted monthly
  • if salary, 10 days of PTO
  • Sign on bonus
  • a reimbursement credit for health insurance premim
  • Paid trainings
  • flexible schedule that is self made
  • limited travel with mileage reimbursement
  • hourly 60-65 an hr
  • salary 60-65k
  • collaborative teamwork approach
  • Pursuing accreditation from the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
  • Pursuing Certification from the Pyramid Company (quality functional outcomes for learners)
  • small case load and small setting with constant communication between RBTs, BCBA, and families
  • Organizational Behavior Management consultant is on staff
Contact Lauren Brennan at 
Phone Number 804 882 3502


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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (Full-time) – Milestones Behavioral Services, Milford CT

For over 20 years, Milestones Behavioral Services (MBS) has been a leader in the fields of Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education – a great place to learn and grow. We strive not only to improve the lives of the students, consumers, and families we work with, but also to improve the professional lives of our employees through our training, mentorship programs, and career advancement opportunities.

MBS is seeking a full-time Behavior Analyst to join our dynamic Early Intensive ABA Clinic. Candidates should hold a Masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Psychology, Special education, or related field and be licensed as a behavior analyst in Connecticut.

Primary responsibilities will include:

  • Conduct and support the completion of initial and ongoing behavioral assessments (e.g., FBA, FA, VB-MAPP, ABLLS, social skills, etc.);
  • Designing and modifying individualized behavior plans and treatment plans for ABA therapy;
  • Supervise and direct Registered Behavior Technicians in the implementation of treatment plans;
  • Facilitate social skills group with clients;
  • Deliver parent training as part of client’s individuals treatment plan;
  • Record client’s daily progress;
  • Manage paperwork and client/provider files in accordance with program standards, regulations, and auditing requirements;
  • Ensure that all paperwork and tracking meet expectations for billing;
  • Promote the growth of staff clinical skills through mentoring, training, and evaluating performance;
  • Partner with Director, Clinic Practice Manager, and members of the clinical team to organize the day to day activities of the clinic to ensure delivery of services

Benefits offered include:

  • Paid time off
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
  • Other types of insurance
  • Retirement benefits or accounts
  • CEU opportunities
  • Education assistance or tuition reimbursement
  • Child Care benefits, to name a few

We are seeking an individual who has experience working with children with autism and/or related neurodevelopmental disorders. BCBA services are delivered on-site at our clinic in Orange, Connecticut.

To apply please send cover letter and curriculum vitae to:
Milestones Behavioral Services, attention to Solandy Forte,
389 Boston Post Road, Orange, CT 06477
or email to


Climate Corner: From the Center for Behavior and Climate

Addressing Climate Injustice Improves Climate Solutions
Caroly Shumway, Ph.D.

The need for climate justice is evidenced by the fact that worldwide, disadvantaged communities often bear the burden of natural disasters, suffer more from food shortages, air pollution, and excessive heat, and are less likely to be able to move in the face of climate crises such as sea level rise or flooding. "Climate justice is a term, and more than that a movement, that acknowledges climate change can have differing social, economic, public health, and other adverse impacts on underprivileged populations," notes Daisy Simmons on the Yale Climate Connections blog. Climate justice requires us to think deeply about connections: connections among and between systems (e.g., the environment, human health, agriculture, energy, transportation, etc.), people, and solutions. Climate justice and its flip side, climate injustice, plays a role in all of them.

How does climate justice/injustice connect climate systems, people, and solutions?


November 13, 2020 11:00 am - 1:00 pm ET
Telehealth in a Brave New World: Are You Ready for 2021?
by Tina Patterson, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA
Earn 2 BACB Learning CE credits! Suited for BCBAs & BCaBAs.

November 18, 2020 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET
On the Other Side of Crisis; Handling a Pandemic as an ABA Business
by Molly Ola Pinney
Founder and CEO of the Global Autism Project
Earn 2 BACB Learning CE credits! Suited for BCBAs & BCaBAs.

November 20, 2020 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET
BRIDGING THE GAP Between ABA & the Adult ID Population - 10 THINGS WE CAN DO BETTER!
by Kevin J. Fitzgerald, M.A., LABA,
Earn 3 BACB Learning CE credits! Suited for BCBAs & BCaBAs.

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NOTE: You must be available at the specific date and time in order to attend and to be able to meet our attendance requirements. This event will NOT be provided afterwards as a recording! Your CE certificate will be generated upon completion of the webinar, pending your attendance is verified, and you complete a brief confirmatory module.



Behavior Change for Climate Action 101 [2-Part Series]
by Dr. Caroly Shumway
Director, Center for Behavior and Climate>

Part 1: December 11, 2020 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET
Part 2: December 18, 2020 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET

FREE to attend!
Or pay to earn up to 2 Psychology CE credits!


NEW COURSE. Available this month. Pre-order now!
Behavior Change for Climate Action 101

The first-of-a-kind program for climate change practitioners, educators, and volunteers. Learn and apply behavior change concepts to encourage individual pro-climate action. Case studies and examples throughout. The content is broadly interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary. Available for free, with a Certificate of Completion, or for 4 Psychology CE credits.

Taught by Dr. Caroly Shumway, Director of Climate Education, Center for Behavior and Climate
Reviewed by the CBC Advisory Council

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