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Career Opportunities and Open Positions

Dan Enriquez
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Since our inception in 2008, Behavioral & Educational Solutions (BESDC) has positioned itself as a leader in mental health and social support services for children and families in the DC Metro area. We are a clinician owned multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, social-workers, and behavioral analysts providing support, resources, solutions, respite, and education to families. We are committed to collaborating with families and schools so interventions are solution focused, culturally sensitive, and developmentally appropriate. We are a team of culturally diverse and energetic professionals committed to providing comprehensive services that serve the entire child and nurture his/her development. We are looking for like-minded professionals. We are seeking an innovative and forward-thinking child/adolescent psychologist who seeks to establish and grow a career with us.

Psychologist

This position is ideal for a recently licensed psychologist looking to specialize working with children (of age-groups). We have opportunities to work providing therapy, evaluations, supervision, and parent coaching in our clinic, as well as, a mental health consultation with area pre-schools, and consultation with elementary to high school clients. Populations served include early child, school age, adolescents, and young adults.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Render individual and group therapy within clinical settings.
  • Perform psychological assessments and complete report writing
  • Diagnose disorders and determine the appropriate course of treatment
  • Develop and implement goal specific and measurable treatment plan
  • Conduct parent and teacher workshops and trainings
  • Perform functional behavior assessments
  • Consult with teachers and parents
  • Passionate about making sure the needs and welfare of clients are a priority.
  • Demonstrates a strong commitment to providing best practice services.
  • Willing to work collaboratively with other disciplines, community agencies, and educational and judicial systems.
  • Possesses the ability to develop professional relationships and be flexible in complex situations.
  • Has the ability to work independently
  • STRONG organizational skills with keen attention to detail

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Doctorate in Psychology (School Psychology or Clinical-Child Psychology) 
  • Completion of internship, APA accredited preferred 
  • License in the state of MD (or license eligible) 
  • Experience in assessment and providing behavioral and educational interventions for children, adolescents, and young adults 
  • Strong understanding of diagnosis and treatment of developmental disabilities 
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Email hr1@besdc.com for more information

Registered Behavior Technician

Full-time and contract openings for Behavior Therapists. The position is in the Washington, DC & Maryland area. The position is ideal for current students and recent graduates in the fields of Psychology or Education looking to practice in a variety of settings. There are opportunities to work with the public schools, Early Head Start and Strong Start programs, and through private and public insurance. Company will provide needed training required to provide services.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide home, school, and community based Applied Behavior Analysis services to children
  • Attends scheduled sessions and implements one-to-one behavior intervention services with clients and families
  • Attends team meetings, relates observations, and demonstrates behavior interventions and programs
  • Implements behavior intervention strategies as decided upon in team meetings and/or as directed by a Lead
  • Therapist or Program Supervisor
  • Receives feedback in a professional manner & Implements feedback received
  • Completes timesheets accurately and completely
  • Submits timesheets by deadline

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Associate Degree in Psychology, Education, or Related Field (Preferred)
  • Must have own vehicle and license to drive with proof of valid insurance
  • Evening and weekend (Saturday) availability preferred

Email: hr1@besdc.com for more information

School Psychologist

We’re seeking an innovative and forward-thinking bilingual (Spanish/English) School Psychologist (MS or PhD) or child/adolescent Licensed Psychologist (or license eligible) who seeks to establish and grow a long-term career with us.

This position is ideal for recent graduates, post-doctoral candidates, or early career professionals looking to practice in a variety of settings and age-groups. We have opportunities to work providing therapy, evaluations, and parent coaching in our clinic, as well as, a mental health consultation with area pre-schools, and elementary to high school clients. Populations served include early child, school age, adolescents, and young adults.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Psychological assessments and report writing.
  • Individual and group therapy within clinical and educational settings.
  • Diagnose disorders, including nature and extent, and determine the appropriate course of treatment.
  • Conduct parent and teacher workshops and trainings
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments.
  • Consultation with teachers and parents.
  • Implement goal specific and measurable treatment plans.
  • Deliver crisis response and intervention services.
  • Participate in disciplinary proceedings, mediations, administrative reviews, hearings and due process proceedings.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality according to HIPAA guidelines.
  • Apply a wide degree of creativity and latitude.  
  • Manage caseload assignments.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • MS or EDS in School Psychology or Doctorate in Psychology (School Psychology or Clinical-Child Psychology).
  • Completion of internship, NASP or APA accredited preferred.
  • NCSP (or NCSP eligible) and/or License in the State of Maryland (or license eligible).
  • Experience in assessment and providing behavioral and educational interventions for children and adolescents.
  • BCBA (or BCBA) eligible, preferred

Email: hr1@besdc.com for more information

Client Relations & Scheduling Coordinator

The Client Relations & Scheduling Coordinator is a vital part of the administrative team. This position plays an essential role in supporting the efficiency of Behavioral & Educational Solutions, PC (BES) daily operations as it provides general support to clients, and administrative and clinical staff. The ability to multitask while maintaining schedules is important for this position. The ideal candidate for this position is resourceful, has excellent problem-solving skills, is a self-starter, and is organized. Prioritizing while successfully meeting timelines is key to success.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Receive & process client referral forms for all line of services (ABA, Mental Health, Psychological Evaluations, and any other services provided by the company
  • Manage client referrals, waiting list databases, Electronic Medical Records (EMR) requests
  • Follow up with client, create client profile in EMR, onboard client
  • Distribute, analyze, and report client surveys to BES leadership ·
  • Manage daily appointment reminder system, and send reminders and letter to clients as needed
  • Inactivating clients as plan of care is completed
  • Demonstrate exceptional customer service skills responding to questions and requests from clients explaining the office process to get an appointment
  • Verify insurance coverage of all active patients as directed by management the first day of each month
  • Assign and schedule all clients in collaboration with clinician and head of department on a weekly and recurring basis, and make daily scheduling adjustments
  • Ensures the clinic schedule meets the clinical recommendations for clients
  • Works collaboratively with clinical team to schedule start dates for new clients and assign schedules to new Behavior Technicians.
  • Tracks client attendance trends, and communicates attendance issues to clinical leadership
  • Monitors client and Behavior Technician cancellations in accordance with company cancellation policies
  • Coordinates all scheduling changes to maximize client hours and Behavior Technician availability
  • Develops coverage plans and communicates adjustments to relevant parties in a timely manner.
  • Identifies staffing needs and supports hiring activities
  • Works with the Talent Acquisition team to coordinate new hire training schedule
  • Develops strong relationships to work cross-functionally and receive feedback related to processes
  • Provide process improvement suggestion related to scheduling and staffing procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • High School Degree or higher required
  • Bilingual-Spanish preferred
  • Two years’ experience with logistics and coordinating schedules strongly preferred
  • Previous experience in ABA or behavioral health organization strongly preferred
  • Proficiency with ABA EMR system strongly preferred (Central Reach)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office with strong computer skills
  • Ability to run and analyze reports related to client and clinician utilization
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Email: hr1@besdc.com for more information

Behavior Analyst

Duties include: Practice of Applied Behavioral Analysis such as direct therapy, supervision of behavior analysts, functional Behavior Assessments, Behavioral Observations and Behavioral Evaluation. Plan and organize structured programs of therapy, work, study, recreation, or social activities for clients. Obtain client information through interviews, observation, or tests. Develop and implement treatment plans based on Clinical experience and professional knowledge. Act as a client advocate to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crises situation. Consult with family members and school personnel to assist them in understanding and dealing with patients. Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialist as necessary. Gather information about community mental health needs or resources that could be used in conjunction with behavioral therapy. Assess patients for risk of suicidal attempts. Maintain confidentiality of records relating to client’s treatment. Maintain client diagnostic records including Federal and State mandated forms. Coordinate workshops & courses about behavioral health issues using technologies such as Test Interpretation Software, Client Information Data Base Systems, and Scheduling Software. Update knowledge by reading professional literature, attending professional seminars, and maintaining contact with other social services. Must be Licensed Behavior Analyst in State of Maryland by Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. Must have Masters Degree in Special Education with major in Applied Behavior Analysis, or Psychology with major in Applied Behavior Analysis. Send Resume to Behavior & Educational Solutions, P.C. 8601 Second Avenue, Suite 506B, Silver Spring, MD 20910.

Email: hr1@besdc.com for more information

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant  

This early career Provider is responsible for providing high-quality therapy, psychosocial evaluations, mental

health consultations, supervision, and parent coaching in BES’ office-based clinic space, virtually (as needed),
as well as in local schools.  

Job Responsibilities:

  • Renders individual, family, couples and group therapy within clinical settings 
  • Performs Functional Behavioral assessments and completes clinical reports 
  • Diagnoses disorders and determines the appropriate course of treatment 
  • Develops and implements specific and measurable treatment plans 
  • Conducts parent and teacher workshops and trainings 
  • Consults with teachers, parents and other relevant stakeholders, as applicable 
  • Delivers crisis response and intervention services  
  • Provides excellent service to agency clients through: 
  • Setting client service delivery goals and developing treatment plans
  • Monitoring progress on goals and reassessing and modifying goals as necessary
  • Evaluating client progress to determine when goals have been met and when termination should
    occur
  • Collaborating with other service providers and making appropriate referrals as necessary
  • Maintaining current licensure and obtaining continuing education in one’s field
  • Making effective use of supervision and mentorship
  • Identifying learning needs and growth areas
  • Appropriately using supervision and peer-to-peer opportunities to increase one’s service
    delivery skills
  • Maintaining an appropriate balance of independence and support, given the Provider’s
    level of clinical experience and familiarity with client population/modality.
  • Following agency policies and procedures in the delivery of services and fee assessment and
    collections
  • Responsiveness to client/customer needs in the scheduling and other administrative aspects of
    service delivery.  

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Human Services (Social Work, Counseling, Psychology) 
  • At minimum, licensed in Maryland (and DC a plus) at the Graduate-Level in Social Work
    (LMSW) or Counseling (LGPC). Independent licensure (LCSW-C, LCPC) is preferred
  • Experience in the assessment and provision of behavioral and educational interventions for
    children, adolescents, and adults
  • Strong understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of developmental disabilities and
    learning differences  

Email: hr1@besdc.com for more information

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