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What to Expect Working at Kyo

At Kyo, you have the opportunity to help children with autism achieve meaningful life moments. If you’re driven, creative, and love engaging with children, Kyo is the place for you. 



Make Every Moment Count

We inspire and develop people with autism by providing compassionate, customized therapy grounded in science. We walk with you, each step of the way, to make every moment count.



We are experts in our field, but we don’t know everything. We are direct and candid, and are always ready to listen to new ideas.


We never stop exploring, investigating, and learning.


We are focused on the outcomes of every employee, child and family. In their success lies our success.


We care deeply about helping. We understand how our work impacts the lives of our families outside of the treatment room.


We don’t give up, or give in. We stop at nothing to ensure that the true potential of every child is reached.


Make Your Impact Count

Here's what you can expect from a career with Team Kyo!


We provide 1:1 Mentorship, a paid RBT credential or state license, ongoing paid training, and leadership opportunities.


Kyo offers paid time off and monthly wellness events.


We reimburse your mileage, provide paid drive time and a company iPad, and offer 401k matching.


We host regular social events and provide referral bonuses.


Full-time staff receive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. We also provide an employee assistance program and PPE.


We reimburse supervision hours and tuition for BCBA graduate students.

diversity & belonging

Kyo Celebrates Diversity

At Kyo, we value diverse perspectives and people—it makes us better! We are committed to diversity and inclusion and encourage people from all walks of life to apply for a career at Kyo. A variety of perspectives leads to more creative thinking about our work, with superior results. We welcome you to join our team.

Become a Behavior Therapist

Behavior Therapists (BTs) help children develop communication and social skills during recreational activities, reinforcing the child’s progress and modeling techniques for caregivers. A BT might draw pictures with a child while teaching them to identify shapes and colors or use games and puzzles to demonstrate turn-taking and teach a child how to ask for help. If you are eager to help children grow and develop new skills, a position as a Behavior Therapist might be a perfect fit.



Austin Pavin

Senior Behavior Therapist

Angela Wu

Regional Director

Merari Siguenza


Daniela Rivas

Program Supervisor

Johanna Adams

Clinical Director

Sone Porter

Lead Scheduling Coordinator

Autism Leadership Academy

Kyo’s exclusive master class in leadership, The Autism Leadership Academy, develops exceptional BCBAs into successful corporate leaders in our company and in the autism field. BCBAs with a passion for learning and a desire to lead are encouraged to apply.

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Scientific Advisory Board

Kyo has partnered with top researchers in the autism field to enhance our delivery of exceptional patient outcomes. Our Scientific Advisory Board guides Kyo’s first-of-its-kind initiative to use treatment data to improve outcomes for individuals with autism.


Kyo Life

My Job as a BT

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.


Health & Safety the Kyo Way

We continue to offer essential face-to-face ABA treatment services and have implemented health and safety practices to keep our clients and staff safe, including PPE and the use of telehealth. Learn more about our services and practices.