Committed to working in the community? Come work with us! VTCC is currently hiring Behavior Technicians to work closely with children and their parents in homes and communities throughout Northern Virginia, providing ABA therapy. If you are interested in learning more about positions available at VTCC, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at
Election Season: combating anxiety with action!
Much has already been published and discussed regarding the effect that the 2016 Election Season is having on the collective mental health of visitors, residents, and citizens of the United States.
VTCC had a wonderful opportunity to engage with community members and organizers at PEATC’s Resource Night. A bilingual presentation on VTCC’s ABA program was provided by VTCC Clinical Director Leticia Basauri, and ABA Program Director, Angela West (BCBA, LBA). Scroll below for pictures from the event!
This is a private for profit, multicultural mental and behavioral health
agency, that addresses the needs of Latino and other minority clients in the
Northern Virginia area, with an emphasis in providing Intensive In-home
counseling and ABA services.
$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
VTCC is looking for behavioral technicians of all skill levels to join our family.
- Highly competitive compensation
- $18-$24 per hour depending on experience
- Client assignment based on preferred area
- Continuing education opportunities
- Tuition Assistance based on job performance and after pre-determined commitment with agency
- 15-35 hour work weeks
- Small Caseload
- BCBA/BCaBA Supervision
- Limited Office Time
- Onsite and Offsite training
July is nationally recognized now as Multicultural Mental Health Awareness Month, in order to highlight some of the barriers that people who speak languages other than English often encounter. In Virginia, the Community Services Board (CSB) of each county can help connect people who need mental health services with appropriate supports and services. The National
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After the terrible news out of Miami, FL regarding the wrongful shooting involving a behavior therapist, the autistic teenager he cared for, and a police officer, here is one small step towards righting the wrong: first responders are being shown training videos developed by the Autism Society of Central Texas that use real parents and