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Clinical Supervisor

A Clinical Supervisor is primarily responsible for overseeing behavioral therapists, and managing caseloads of clients receiving Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services. They are also responsible for the management of their caseload including conducting initial assessments, writing reports, developing plans for behavior intervention, and monitoring on-going processes.

Education and Experience

  • Generally, a Master’s Degree in Psychology or a related field of study from an accredited institution is the minimum education required, in addition to CPI, CPR, and First Aid certifications
  • A minimum of a few years of experience in the design and implementation of behavioral intervention services is required
  • At least 3 years working with individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities is required for most positions
  • A few years of supervisory experience is generally required

Job Duties

  • Works to assist the program manager or clinical director with functional assessments
  • Develops intervention strategies focused on positive practices in order to decrease interfering behavior and increase functional skills
  • Provides parental consultations as needed
  • Works to facilitate clinical meetings to go over progress on a monthly basis
  • Oversees behavior therapists and provides them with periodic evaluations
  • Assists with interviews, observations, and preparations of initial behavior assessments

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