We’re Hiring!

The myHHBS Team is ready to expand and we’re looking for compassionate, empathetic, professional, and courteous people to join us.

Now Hiring Behavior Therapists, BCBAs & FBA Specialists

About The Positions We’re Hiring For

Behavior Therapist

Part-Time, Los Angeles

  • Must have at least 6 months experience working with individuals with Autism or any developmental disabilities.
  • Must have basic knowledge of the following:
    • Basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis
    • Behavior analytic learning principles (i.e., reinforcement, punishment, and extinction) and how they are used to reduce problem behaviors, increase appropriate behaviors replacement behaviors, and teach new skills.
    • Ethical guidelines for the practice of applied behavior analysis
    • Basic knowledge and implementation of common data collection tools (e.g., frequency, rate, duration)
  • Must be self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate, and be able to work independently and in a team.
  • Stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend over, crouch down, walk, sit/play on the floor for extended periods of time.
  • Be able to lift, push and pull up to 40 pounds without assistance from another adult.
  • Possess strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Fluency with all Microsoft Office programs.
  • Implement ABA program with consistency and treatment/procedural integrity
  • Utilize antecedent intervention procedures (e.g., Premack Principle, Non-contingent Reinforcement, Functional Communication Training).
  • Utilize behavior analytic teaching strategies (e.g., task analysis, shaping, chaining, Direct Instruction, Discrete Trial Training, Pivotal Response Therapy, Natural Teaching Environment, and Precision Teaching).
  • Utilize consequence interventions (e.g., reinforcement (schedules), punishment, and extinction).
  • Provide social skills instruction.
    • Provide authorized services directly to the family and consumer.
    • Maintain communication with consumers/parents/caregivers through email and phone calls.
    • Collect, review, summarize, and communicate data (data sheets, session notes, task analyses, ABC data sheets, parent goal data, etc.) and progress with Program Supervisor.
    • Maintain communication with Program Supervisor for mastery and new programs on each individual case.
    • Conducts one-on-one consumer/parent/caregiver sessions.
    • All sessions are face-to-face, and not through electronic means.
    • Attend quarterly staff meetings and professional development trainings.
    • Report any incidents and communication from the parent to the Program Supervisor
    • Submits SIR within the same day of incident.
    • Contact Program Supervisor and Human Resource Department prior to cancellations.
    • Provide consistent and ongoing therapy to clients; no consistent cancellations allowed.
  • Competitive Pay
  • Sick and Vacation Time
  • Medical Benefits
  • Drive time and mileage pay
  • Monthly Trainings
  • One-on-one Supervision Support

BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) &

FBA (Functional Behavior Assessment) Specialist

Full-Time, Los Angeles

  • In good standing with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
  • Experience as a Functional Behavior Assessment Specialist
  • Master’s degree from an accredited university in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Education, or related field
  • Minimum 2-3 years of experience providing ABA services to children with Autism
  • Expertise in development of skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs supervising BCaBA’s and/or Behavior Technicians preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Solid technical skills and passion for quality service
  • Organized and efficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task
  • Positive and professional team player
  • Excellent interpersonal and social skills, able to connect easily with others
  • Spanish speaking is highly desired, but not required.
  • Competitive Pay
  • Sick and Vacation Time
  • Medical Benefits
  • Drive time and mileage pay
  • Monthly Trainings
  • One-on-one Supervision Support

    About myHHBS And Why You Should Apply

    myHHBS (Helping Hands Behavioral Services) is a successful ABA therapy agency in California serving Los Angeles, Orange, and Ventura Counties. How do we define success? Through the children’s lives we measurably improve through ABA therapy, occupational therapy, and social skills building.

    We’re expanding our locations and team. If you fit the qualifications we’re looking for, and would like to join us on our mission to help children with autism and other developmental disablities grow and thrive, please don’t hesitate to apply.

    Working for myHHBS is a fun and rewarding experience. Our team and children are excited to meet you and get to work transforming lives!

    Don’t Wait, Apply Today!

    We’re excited to receive your application!

    We Are Committed To The Highest Quality Autism Care

    What Our Families Say About myHHBS

    "I am really pleased with both my therapists and supervisor. Whatever questions regarding behavior change, they help me. This past month we had a big transition: we had to move houses. Both the therapist and supervisor helped. The movement did not affect my child’s behavior. Before son was not able to sit still in a chair. Now we are able to sit and have a nice dinner and lunch without having him running around the table. Before my son used to bite himself. That has stopped. Lots of behaviors have changed. There have been lots of changes about my son. "

    Parent of 5 Year Old

    “I was with another company before. I feel like I am happier now because the last company, I did not like how their therapists worked. I feel like that the therapists I have gotten with myHHBS are very helpful, very disciplined. I feel like in this line of service, a strong demeanor helps, and the character that these therapists have is very helpful.”

    Parent of 13 Year Old

    "When our son started, he was 3, and there was lots of rigidity of behaviors and meltdowns, aggression, all sorts of issues like that. She has just helped us know how to deal with that, how to recognize the signs and pre-end them, and how to prevent them from happening. Also, what to do to lower the length of the tantrum and things like that. All sorts of things he had issues with just walking down a steep hill and going on playground equipment. We have tackled each behavior and diversion and we have faced it. And without that help I think we would have been quite in a bad way.”

    Parent of 9 Year Old

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Do you accept insurance/what insurance do you accept?

    We accept most insurance except LA CARE. This includes Aetna, Anthem, Beacon, Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Cigna, HealthNet, Humana, Tri-Care, Magellan, MHN, Medical Insurance.

    What is the process to start?

    Call 888-9MY-HHBS to talk to our Admission Director. Our Admission Director will discuss the steps to get started such as insurance authorization to complete a Functional Behavior Assessment. Once we have authorization our BCBA Clinical Director will complete the assessment and we can set up a schedule.

    Do you provide services virtually?

    Telehealth sessions can be utilized via Zoom, Skype, Facetime, WhatsApp, etc. When you begin, a supervisor will be there to explain to you (the parents) how telehealth sessions work and make sure you and your child are comfortable.  

    When services are in-person what safety and health precautions are you taking?
      • Staff, Parents/Guardians must take temperatures upon entering building.
      • Staff, Parents/Guardians must wash their hands before and after every session.
      • Staff must wear gloves and protective face masks.
      • Staff must clean and sanitize the therapy room before and after sessions.
      • Staff and Parents/Guardians must complete daily check-in log, answering questions regarding health and exposure.
      • If clients or attendees have a fever, or any other symptoms of being sick, they will be sent home and rescheduled.
      • When Parents/Guardians come to pick up their child they must wait outside the building until staff brings out their child.
      • Therapy Room: No one, other than the Therapists, Supervisors, Clinical Director and Clients are allowed in the Center Room.
      • Every 30 mins make sure that the room is sanitized and cleaned.
    Are all services provided in the center and at home?

    All therapy can be provided at home or center except for our social skills group which is exclusively at the center. 

    How old are the children that you work with? Do you work with teenagers?

    We work with children and teens of all ages. Our clients are between the ages of 1-21.