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Behavior Therapists (BTs) help children with autism develop communication and social skills through play-based activities, tracking each child’s progress and modeling techniques for caregivers.
Being an RBT is a uniquely rewarding experience. I communicate with parents and guardians, run programs, implement behavior plans, and help the child with daily activities. I also observe and take notes to update caregivers on the child’s progress on programs and any new behaviors I’ve noticed. My communication log notes describe the day’s activities for healthcare providers and measure outcomes.READ
Kyo provides BTs with 1:1 mentorship, paid ABA training, a paid Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential or state-specific ABA licensure (CBT, RBAI), supervision hours, and tuition reimbursement, to support BTs on their path to becoming a BCBA.
RBT - Dallas-Fort Worth
“My client learned new words, and he could use them to make his life more enjoyable. Moments like this happen every day at Kyo. They are what motivate me.”
RBT - San Francisco Bay Area
“The small successes we achieve along the way together are what make the journey all the more enjoyable and rewarding.”
RBT - Denver
“When we began about six months ago, he was only eating four specific foods. With the collaboration of his family and Kyo, he is now eating over 40 different foods!”