5246 Dow Road, Houston, TX 77040, US

(713) 939-1229 - Fax: (713) 939-1569

Bilingual Psychological Associates,PC (BPA) mental health

ABA Therapist


We are hiring an experienced ABA Therapist to help us keep growing. If you're dedicated and ambitious, BPA,PC is an excellent place to grow your career. Don't hesitate to apply. 

Job Description

ABA therapist must utilize a behavior analysis method to provide behavioral improvement for Autism sufferers and others with developmental challenges. By observing and responding to different behaviors, ABA therapists must provide guidance to patients with the intention of helping to alter those behaviors in an observable way. The end goal for ABA therapists is to help patients make changes in behavior that allow them to more easily manage social interactions and situations.

Some of the responsibilities for an ABA Therapist are:

Perform evaluations and assess child's development.

Identify specific areas of need and areas of strength.

Engage the child in developmental and learning activities.

Establish rapport with children served.

Gather and review documentation specific to the child's developmental history.

Conduct interviews with parents and/or teachers to obtain information specific to the child's developmental history.

Provide instruction at the appropriate developmental level.

Communicate to involved staff information pertaining to the child's learning environment, family events and all pertinent information which affects the child's learning.

Serves as a resource to teachers and parents to add to the child's development and learning.

Communicate with parents and family members regarding developmental plans and progress concerning the child.

Perform other duties as assigned or requested.

*The company reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.*


  • Preferred Master's degree in ABA, psychology, education, or related field of study
  • Preferred Registered Behavior Technician certificate from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
  • 1-5 years of experience required for entry-level positions
  • Strong communication skills required
  • Ability to work under high-stress situations
  • Exhibits significant reliable habits, including timeliness and organizational skills
  • Proven experience working with pre-school and elementary school-aged children
  • Additional evidence of successful work with patients suffering from Autism and development issues
  • Other experience, certificates, or qualifications as required by state