ABA Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)

ABA Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)

*For a limited time only, Victoria Transcultural Clinical Center is offering SIGN ON BONUSES to ABA therapists for the Virginia counties of Loudoun, Prince William, Fairfax, and City of Alexandria, and Arlington. Hired candidates must maintain a minimum of two cases of 20 hours each for a minimum of six months to qualify for a Sign-on Bonus. Bonus levels are based upon knowledge, experience, willingness to accept cases, and willingness to travel. Once current cases are staffed, this special offer will be removed. Please do not miss this opportunity– do send us your updated resume and cover letter explaining your experiences with special needs populations today.*
Flexibility, supervision, independence — we give you all of that in one position. For those who are passionate, dedicated, and have experience and training in working with children/adolescents who present intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we have the perfect position for you.

Job opportunity – BCBA’s/BCaBA

Job opportunity – BCBA’s/BCaBA

$60,000 – $100,000K potential depending on caseload. Small Boutique Agency Looking for BCBA’s/BCaBA’s to join our family. We are looking for ethical supervisors who want to make a difference in the lives of children with special needs and their families.
Victoria Transcultural Clinical Center values ethical practice and quality care. We are a small family run agency that puts clients and staff first. If you join our agency you will be joining our family. We welcome the opportunity to meet you and discuss the benefits of working at our agency and how best we can help you fulfill your career goals. We aim to provide a work/life balance that supports your needs and the needs of your family. We are not an agency that aims to achieve top billable hours, rather, we are an agency that aims to achieve effective behavioral change with appropriate and ethical care.
In this role you will be responsible maintaining a small clinical caseload by completing clinical learning needs assessments, functional assessments, generating appropriate goals and objectives, writing interventions, creating data systems, reviewing and analyzing data, documentation, providing school support to our contracted partners, collaborating with other professionals in the field, parent training and supervising Behavior Technicians/Therapists as well as supervising and developing consultants in the field.

Resources

Resources

CSB Funds Teen Mental Health Projects

CSB Funds Teen Mental Health Projects

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) has awarded eight mini-grants for youth-led projects that aim to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues among teens. All projects will be implemented by September 30, 2017. Funding for the CSB’s mini-grant program for youth-led projects is provided as part of a regional suicide prevention grant from the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS).

Fairfax County CSB Now offers same day mental health/substance abuse services for area youth

Fairfax County CSB Now offers same day mental health/substance abuse services for area youth

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) is now offering same day, in-person screening for mental health/and or substance use concerns to youth. The official launch date is February 1, 2017. Individuals of any age seeking help for a mental health and/or substance use concern, may walk in, without appointment, to the CSB’s Merrifield Center and speak with a staff member face-to-face, rather than initiating contact over the phone.

With no options for their adult son with autism, this couple builds a community

With no options for their adult son with autism, this couple builds a community

“For the growing number of individuals like Jon with significant special needs who are quickly aging out of the school system, the need for support and learning does not just end when they hit a magic birthday. Caudy and Heighten looked at communities around the country that support adults with special needs such as Bittersweet Farms in Ohio, First Place AZ in Phoenix, and Sweetwater Spectrum in California before creating 29 Acres with other families for a viable place in North Texas to do the same.”