Applied Behavior Analyst Resume

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Career Objective:

Interested in working for autistic children at “Tender Minds School,” as an applied behavior analyst and help students develop social, physical, and mental skills to interact positively with their surroundings.

Summary of Skills:

  • Experienced in applying scientific methods and human psychology in treating children
  • Thorough knowledge of behavior disorders in children with autism
  • Keen interest in observing behavioral issues and correcting them
  • Passion to work for children with learning disabilities
  • Strong research and analytical skills
  • Ability to develop therapies for individual and group, and work with all age individuals
  • Skilled in inculcating learning habits in children
  • Thorough knowledge of different types of techniques used in applied behavior analysis

Work Experience:

Behavior Analyst
Bright Hospital, Redmond, WA
September 2013 – Present

  • Interacting with patients in a friendly manner and assessing their behavior
  • Working with a team of physicians and developing personalized treatment plans for patients
  • Assisting patients in learning social, language, and vocational skills
  • Coordinating and supporting staff members in developing and implementing ideas and suggestion for better patient science
  • Assisting in developing learning and instructional materials for patients
  • Monitoring patients closely, changing therapies, and preparing progress reports

Behavior Analyst
Little Flower Clinic, Redmond, WA
May 2012 – August 2013

  • Worked with children with leaning disabilities and helped them learn academic skills
  • Designed therapy programs to suite individual children needs
  • Trained clinic staff and family members on identifying when the child needs special care and attention
  • Reduced patients’ anxiety and stress, promoted healthy social behavior
  • Responded to and handled crisis situations, including physical aggression from patients
  • Prepared follow up charts for patients and instructed parents to strictly abide to


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science
    ABC University, Redmond, WA


On request.