I never felt like I was making a difference in the lives of others until I became a Behavior Therapist. Getting to work and play with kids while I was helping change their lives was the best part of the job. I saw children learn new skills that might have seemed impossible before. I worked closely with the families while I learned more from my supervisors. Today I recruit for many positions at inizio Interventions including the behavior therapist positions. With every person I hire that is a difference made in a child’s life. That is one more child that who gets to start therapy. That is one more family that learns new ways to help their child. That is one more teacher getting that extra help in their classroom with the child who tantrums. That is another set of siblings learning to play together. A child getting receiving services helps everyone around them. It helps the mom who didn’t know how to deal with the tantrums. It helps the brother or sister of the child who didn’t know how to approach their sibling. It helps the grandparent who was concerned about their grandchild not being able to speak or communicate. It helps the peer at school who didn’t understand the student’s challenges and now sees the student’s strengths. Working with a company like inizio, you will get paid trainings that will be a great addition to your resume. This experience will help advance you in your career. The best part about this job is being creative, playful, and imaginative. Every child will learn differently, and the behavior therapist is the one who gets to figure out new ways to motivate the child to learn. Another great benefit is that we offer tuition reductions through National University and Purdue University Global for those who would like to go back to school. We also have a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) mentorship program that makes it possible for therapists to have the opportunity to advance and eventually become a clinical supervisor. If you are looking for a job that will help you make a difference in the lives of others.
Eidora Tomeh BA
Jan 13, 2019