Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Behavior Intervention Specialist for Marion and Lake County at Episcopal Children's Services. Assist fourteen different centers and aid with high intensity behaviors and children with ASD dx. Former RBT (Registered Behavioral Technician). Provided ABA therapy for children with autism ranging in age from 2-17 years old. Leader at Meadowbrook Church in Movement Youth. Help direct other leaders and connect youth to God through fellowship. Graduated from Southeastern University with Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a minor in Religion in 2019.

  • Group and individual instruction
  • Conflict resolution techniques
  • Records management
  • Organization and Time management
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Data management
  • Critical thinking
  • Office 365
  • Microsoft Teams/Zoom
  • Fellowship One
  • Planning Center Services
  • Typing
  • Relational Management
Work History
06/2021 to Current Behavior Intervention Specialist Aspire Public Schools | East Palo Alto, CA,
  • Signed diagnostic assessments and individual plans of care to initiate client treatments throughout 14 centers in Marion and Lake County.
  • Consulted with Child Development Specialist and Social Emotional Specialist to determine plans and resources/aids already in place for requested child.
  • Collaborated with team members, school personnel, outside therapy agencies, and family members to develop individual behavior intervention plans for requested child.
  • Improved behavior by modeling positive choices, expressing needs, using replacement behaviors, using visual aids, and teaching socially-acceptable options.
  • Promoted social awareness, peer play, self-regulation, and language development with hands-on activities and individualized instruction.
  • Trained teachers on data collection sheets and how to implement strategies with requested child or class.
  • Applied proven strategies to improve students' sensory- and perceptual-motor skills.
  • Provided professional development training to educate faculty and staff on Applied Behavior Analysis techniques in their classroom, Conscious Discipline, and use of visual aids.
  • Led projects and analyzed data to identify opportunities for improvement.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships.
  • Used critical thinking to break down problems, evaluate solutions and make decisions.
  • Prepared variety of different written communications, reports and documents to ensure smooth operations.
  • Created my daily schedule anticipating needs for flexibility due to meetings and emergencies.
  • Filed monthly reports, PARS forms, mileage, timesheets, and reinforcer requests (within budget).
06/2014 to Current Volunteer Tacoma Goodwill | Yelm, WA,
  • Served in all areas of youth ministry from infants to college students.
  • Overseen and trained new leaders to take over Set Up/Tear Down Team, First Time Experience Team, Door Greeters/Welcome Team, Game Centers Team/Inside Connect Team, Social Media Team, and Announcements/Games Team.
  • Assisted Connect Team with Fellowship One by connecting with new Dream Team members to create shadow times.
  • Connected and guided first time students, students who received salvation, and students who were interested in baptisms.
  • Assisted in Growth Track to help connect new leaders to Dream Team areas they will flourish in and provided shadow times.
  • Created small group questions, directed leader meetings, and handled Planning Center Services (PCO).
  • Ensured all requirements of background checks, growth track attendance, and dream team application form have been completed.
  • Coordinate who will be doing announcements and informed tech team which slides they should have.
  • Oversee girls small groups and coach and empower leaders of small groups.
  • Public speaking experience with announcements, hosting games, interviews, recaps, and have written/spoken sermons.
  • Participated in outreach programs.
  • Assisted with youth conferences and attended pastoral conferences.
  • Assisted with Compassion International.
  • Supervised work of other volunteers to coordinate schedules, solve problems, and promote individual growth.
  • Attended pastoral meetings to discuss furthering ministry and youth's/leaders growth from where they are to where God wants them to be.
06/2020 to 09/2021 Registered Behavior Technician Torrington | Torrington, CT,
  • Observed, monitored and recorded problem behaviors through accurate behavior-consequence data collection, graphs and anecdotal notes.
  • Conducted functional behavior assessments, functional analysis, preference assessments and assessments of basic learning and language skills to identify target behaviors and purpose of behaviors.
  • Supported client using principles of applied behavior analysis.
  • Kept accurate records by documenting progress and adhering to prescribed behavior plan.
  • Learned specialized behavior approaches to implement behavioral strategies.
  • Collaborated with client's support system and other allied specialists to implement positive interventions.
  • Used Catalyst to document patient information, progress notes and treatment plans.
  • Maintained professional and clinical perspective to avoid internalization regarding certain student behaviors or mannerisms.
  • Offered active guidance to families adjusting to life with loved one on autism spectrum.
  • Worked as part of collaborative team to address changing needs of children and families.
  • Exercised physical dexterity to safely implement crisis management interventions and therapeutic holds.
  • Provided therapy in home, in school, and in clinic.
10/2017 to 12/2018 Sales Associate International Bancshares Corp | Houston, TX,
  • Worked in sales, selling home decor.
  • Offered knowledge about credit cards, gift cards, rewards programs, and merchandise.
  • Completed in-store purchases
  • Handled in-store returns
  • Created inventory of products
  • Replenished merchandise
Expected in 12/2019 Bachelor of Science | Psychology Southeastern University, Ocala, Florida, GPA:

I received a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology with a minor in Religion through the SEU Ocala extension site at Meadowbrook Church. I participated in the Next Generation Track.

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