Registered Behavior Technician (RBT®)

An RBT® applicant should be reliable, creative, and have an enthusiasm to work well with the client, fellow RBTs, supervisors, parents, and other team members. They should have excellent communication skills to collaborate with their teams and create successful ABA programs. RBTs are responsible for working closely with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) to implement 1:1 interventions using ABA principles and techniques to children with autism and related disorders. They implement behavioral treatment plans predominately in the home setting. Ongoing training is provided.

Responsibilities include:

  • Implementing an in-home ABA program supervised by a BCBA®
  • Collecting data based on client response and behavior
  • Reporting client progress to supervisors
  • Participating in meetings to review client progress
  • Providing assistance in parent and/or therapist training
  • Aiding in the creation of teaching materials

ABA Consultant

An ABA consultant applicant should be someone who is reliable, creative, positive, and has the initiative and discipline to manage ABA programs for children with autism and other disabilities. Our consultants have excellent interpersonal skills, have a minimum of five years in the field, and are passionate about utilizing the principles and methodology of ABA in innovative and efficient ways when providing in-home ABA consultation and therapy. Our consultants use their analytic skills to individualize programs and to create positive and motivating learning environments for the children they work with. ABA consultants must be Board Certified Behavior Analysts® or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts®.


We currently offer internships through George Mason University. If you need Board Certified Behavior Analyst® or Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst® supervision to sit for the BCBA® or BCABA® examination, please email your resume to CarolWoodallABSinc@gmail.com.