Resume Templates: Behavioral Assistant


Becoming a behavioral assistant is a great choice, but first you need a resume to foreground your skills, experience, and knowledge. A behavioral assistant can make a big impact in the lives of children and at-risk populations. Your resume will also have a big impact on your ability to land an interview. Your resume is the first impression most hiring managers will have of you and we can help you market yourself effectively to get the behavioral assistant job you want.

Behavioral assistants work one on one with people of all ages, and your resume needs to show that you are empathetic, adept, and patient-focused. When creating your behavioral assistant resume, remember to note any licenses or accreditations you have earned. Many employers want someone with experience and ideally a specialization in several types of behavior modification techniques. Put this information in a prominent place in your resume, so that employers can see that you have the qualities that make a successful behavioral assistant.

To get you started on your behavioral assistant resume, we have a template to guide you as your create your own.

Resume Templates: Behavioral Assistant

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Robert Watson

100 Broadway Lane

New Parkland, CA 91010

Cell: (555) 987-1234


Competent Behavioral Assistant with the ability to monitor client behavior, provide prompts and implement redirection techniques. Skilled in behavioral modification and other therapeutic techniques with clients and families. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills allow me to make clients feel at ease, works well with school and outside agency personnel.


– Behavioral strategies

– Treatment plan writing

– Team collaboration

– Inter-agency Cooperation

– Insurance knowledge

– Counseling techniques

– Progress Notation

– Supervisory skills

Work Experience

January 2013 – February 2015 Garden Therapeutic Services

– Garden, CA Behavioral Assistant

– Assisted Behavioral Specialist in overseeing caseload of between 10

– 12 clients.

– Implemented therapeutic techniques and behavioral strategies to help clients reach treatment goals.

– Wrote treatment plans to guide team in monitoring progress toward goal completion.

– Participated in various inter-agency meetings with personnel from schools, insurance companies and community resources.

September 2009- January 2013 New Parkland Psychological Associates

– New Parkland, CA Behavioral Assistant

– Worked with Behavioral Specialist to manage caseload of 8

– 10 clients and their families.

– Wrote treatment plans for clients featuring specific and measurable behavioral goals.

– Participated in weekly treatment team meetings and collaborated with numerous community, school and insurance personnel on clients' behalf.

– Implemented behavioral strategies and treatment techniques to help clients make change.


2009 – New Parkland University, New Parkland, CA Master of Arts – Children and Youth Counseling 2007 – New Parkland University, New Parkland, CA Bachelor of Arts – Psychology