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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Trilingual Research Associate and Registered Behavior Technician and Research Associate with fluency in English, Spanish and French. Caring, empathetic professional with 4 years of experience implementing behavioral plans and designated interventions for clients suffering from various behavioral conditions. Strengths in clinical documentation, data collection, and technical writing backed by years of education and ongoing training on behavioral science.

  • Exceptional writer in both English and Spanish
  • Clinical Research and Investigative skills
  • Technical Writing, proofreading and editing skills
  • HIPPA Compliance
  • Reporting to NIH
  • Behavioral interventions: Reduction and Skills Acquisition Strategies.
  • Cognitive Assessments such as Moca, BAC, and VRFCAT
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment detection on elderly populations
  • Cognitive, Psychological and Self-Efficacy Scales.
  • Skills Assessment AFLS experience.
  • Records management, Data Collection, Statistical analysis and Progress Reporting.
  • Learning disability, Special Needs Children and Special education.
  • Basic Life Support Training
  • Mental Health awareness and Cultural awareness
  • Creative Writing, Blogging/ Content Development
  • Self-Publishing Experience
  • Patient Goals Completed:

8-Year Old Client Achievements: Reduction of Non-compliant Behavior while working on academic activities and increased periods of On-Task Behavior. Through Adaptive Play at home setting the client was able to develop social skills (such as Turn Taking and allowing for Plot/Character participation) which then translated into school relations with peers. Also Basic Living Skills goals such as learning how to eat food with a fork, learning how to tie his shoes and to button his shirt were successfully completed.

9-Year Old Client Achievements: Reduction of self-injurious behavior by implementing Differential Reinforcement Strategies and Discrimination Training. Basic living skills taught included: Toilet Training, Counting Money and Telling Time. Additionally, through Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT) and with the usage of Touch Math Teaching Strategies the client was able to learn how to add with regrouping, subtract without regrouping and to make mathematical comparisons.

5-Year Old Client Achievements: Behavioral Reduction of Vocal Stereotypy, including Echolalia and Scripting. Skills Acquisition Goals Reached included Item Associations, Prepositional Relations and Emotional Identifications through images.

  • Interview on Mental Health and Poetry on "Fuera D' Base" podcast. Link:
  • Interview on Mental Health and Behavioral Principles on "Vamos por un Cafe" podcast. Link:
  • Book Published on Amazon "Todo lo que no te dije." Link:
  • Published Author

"Todo Lo Que No Te Dije"

Publication Date 03/29/2021

ISBN 9798707215506

Work History
06/2021 to Current Study Research Associate (SRA) Centria Autism | Roslindale, MA,


i-Function, Inc. is a University of Miami Affiliated Start-Up company whose missing is to help people gain confidence and lead more productive lives by providing innovative and effective tools that:

1) Assess and Train everyday functional skills

2) Facilitate early and accurate diagnosis of Cognitive Problems.

The company is research driven and is currently conducting research on A Novel Computer-Based Functional Skills Assessment and Training Program (Sponsored by the National Institute on Aging).

I-Function is a sponsored by the National Institute on Aging and is being conducted by i-Function.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Commuted to recruit and administer assessments and trainings in various facilities in greater Miami area to meet enrollment targets.
  • Coordinated activities of clinical studies including data maintenance, grant expenditure adherence, project evaluation, meeting scheduling, and research subject interfacing.
  • Tracked various types of reports and reviews regulatory documents to generate reports.
  • Worked with other i-Function team members to prepare, optimize, implement and use relevant
    software tools in studies.
  • Served as project liaison to other departments, outside organizations, government agencies, and
    product representatives.
  • Oversaw study assessments and training and was responsible for progress.
  • Assessed and trained everyday functional skills
  • Facilitated early and accurate diagnosis of cognitive problems
  • Reviewed data collected and inserted it into study dataset.
  • Participated in publication of significant results.
  • Evaluated and monitored timelines for studies and for each subject participant to comply with applicable protocols.
  • Prepared materials for brochures and retained letters and mails to appropriate members according to their time in study.
  • Administered informed consent forms for study participants.
  • Maintained pool of study candidates and ensured their availability.
  • Coordinated necessary testing for patient evaluations and study protocol requirements.
  • Adhered to i-Function policies and procedures and safeguards i-Function assets.
02/2021 to 06/2021 Registered Behavioral Technician Sierra Vista Unified School District | Sierra Vista, AZ,

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide therapy to children with behavioral disorders and related developmental disabilities – in home and school settings – based upon Applied Behavior Analysis principles.
  • Develop and implement intensive individualized treatment plans addressing family relationship problems, destructive patterns of behavior and other psychosocial issues.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments, functional analysis, preference assessments and assessments of basic learning and language skills to identify target behaviors and purpose of behaviors.
  • Observe, monitor and record problem behaviors through accurate behavior-consequence data collection, graphs and anecdotal notes.
  • Update records and prepare reports to outline program actions, results and recommended improvements.
  • To promote positive interactions of children with ADHD, Autism and oppositional defiance behavior by using visual supports, simplifying communication and utilizing stress scales to turn emotions into concrete concepts.
  • Implement and establish behavior strategies by setting rules, reiterating expectations and rewarding good behavior for over three students.
  • Order and organize Clinical Documentation in collaboration with Certified Behavior Analyst.
  • Use ABA Practice Management Software to document patient information, progress notes and treatment plans.
  • Provide behavioral interventions in School and Home settings with children between ages of 3 to 5 years old.
  • Identify issues, analyze information and provide solutions to problems.
  • Develop and maintain courteous and effective working relationships.
  • Participate in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, engaging in problem-solving activities to support teamwork.
  • Display sensitivity to cultural and linguistic needs of clients and families served.
08/2018 to 09/2019 Registered Behavior Technician We-Therapy/ Acorn Health | City, STATE,


  • Provided therapy to children with Autism Spectrum disorder and related developmental disabilities – in home and school settings – based upon Applied Behavior Analysis principles.
  • Provided therapy to 5-year-old boy with High Functioning Autism in home setting.
  • Provided therapy to 9-year old boy with Low Functioning Autism in home setting.
  • Provided therapy to 8-year-old boy with High-Functioning Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder and Dyslexia in both home and school settings.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provided ABA interventions to teach communication, social, daily living skills and to reduce problematic behaviors.
  • Collected Baseline Data in order to assist Behavior Analyst on developing individualized treatment plans for clients.
  • Implemented Skills Acquisition Interventions – Discrete Trial Teaching and Natural Environment Training – while recording client's response to treatment in Acquisition data sheets.
  • Skills Acquisition Programs included: Basic Living Skills, Home Skills, School Skills, Community Participation Skills, Vocational Skills and Independent Living Skills.
  • Implemented prescribed Behavioral Reduction Interventions to lower occurrences of problematic behavior.
  • Observed, monitored and recorded problem behaviors through accurate behavior-consequence data collection, graphs and anecdotal notes. Handled clients safely and appropriately to minimize risk of physical injury.
  • Incorporated teaching and holistic training techniques to optimize client support.
  • Additional teaching resources included Art Therapy, Adaptive Playing and Reading Comprehension aids. Touch Math- Multisensory Teaching Approach was also introduced to sessions in order to assist professors and caregivers on client's academic progression
  • Identified, recorded and enlisted data for prescribed toilet training regimen.
  • Conducted Preference Assessments on weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis, in accordance to particular needs of patients.
  • Graphed Data and Completed Progress Reports every session.
  • Conducted Functional Skills Assessments in accordance to treatment plan requirements. AFLS-Skills Assessment Protocol by J. Partington and M. Mueller was used as guide when instructed.
  • Exercised confidentiality to protect client diagnosis and treatment in compliance with HIPAA standards and regulations.
  • Maintained professional boundaries with parents and caregivers while building strong support networks to support treatment goals.
  • Trained parents and caregivers to support client treatment and behavior reduction protocols.
  • Attended training to acquire and maintain technical knowledge.
  • Supported client with classroom activities and school trips. Including tutoring sessions, exams, lectures, among others.
  • Built and maintained positive staff relationships with teachers and tutors to promote teamwork and better serve clients
  • Updated parents and caregivers on client progress to visualize client trajectory.
  • Collaborated with treatment team and stakeholders to optimize client care by gathering information, tools and resources.
  • Prepared and submitted daily progress reports to management.
01/2017 to 08/2017 Autism Behavioral Therapist/ ABA Internship Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services (IBIS) | City, STATE,
  • Implemented ABA methods with children with Autism ages 2-5, at clinical environment
  • Provided early intervention and worked on receptive, expressive, motor, independent, social communication, pre-academic, potty training and imitation skills
  • Worked with autistic three-year-old boy, over one semester, resulting in multiple social skills, establishing eye contact, and turn taking on reciprocal play.
  • Assisted with data collection and appropriate management of records to maintain confidentiality as in accordance to HIPAA laws.
  • Informed parents and caregivers of current treatment plans and patient's progress.
  • Kept students on-task with proactive behavior modification and positive reinforcement strategies.
  • Set up visual aids, equipment and classroom displays to support IBIS clinic's didactic environment.
  • Played games with students to increase understanding of subjects.
  • Kept classrooms clean, neat and properly sanitized for client health and classroom efficiency.
  • Observed client behavior and collected, documented and summarized data.
Expected in 12/2017 Bachelor of Arts | Psychology University Of Miami, Miami, FL GPA:
  • Psychology Major
  • English – Creative Writing Minor
  • Philosophy Minor

Relevant Coursework:

Philosophy Through Brain and Behavioral Science (PHI 348) Philosophy Of Mind (PHI 344) Forensic Psychology (PSY 474 SPECIAL TOPICS) Evolutionary Psychology (PSY 474 SPECIAL TOPICS) Introduction To Research Methods (PSY 290) Psychology Of Gender (PSY 312) Emotion (PSY 311) Research II (PSY 380)

  • Dean's List Spring 2017

Relevant Research Paper:

  • Answering Mind-Body Problem with Mental Health Care.
Expected in Arts And Sciences Program | Psychology Florida International University, Miami, FL GPA:

(Summer 2011- Fall 2014)

Transferred to University of Miami on 2015.


  • Dean's List Spring 2014
  • Events Coordinator, Co-Founder and Member of Venezuelan Student Alliance (2012-2014)

Relevant Coursework:

Abnormal Psychology (CLP 4146) Introduction to Biopsychology (PSB 4002) Principles and Theories of Behavior Modification (EAB 4794) Cognitive Processes (EXP 4604) Psychology Of Adolescence (DEP 3305) Psychology of Infancy and Childhood (DEP 2001) Behavior Analysis ( EAB 3002)

  • Montreal Cognitive Assessment Certification (MoCA)- 07/14/2021- 07/14/2023
  • Registered Behavior Technician Certification RBT-21-168316 - 5/18/2021 to 5/18/2022
  • Registered Behavior Technician Certification - 11/1/2018 to 11/1/2019
  • Basic Life Support Provider Certification issued by the American Heart Association - 09/2018 to 09/2020
Additional Information
  • Published Author via Amazon Direct Publishing (03/29/2021.) ISBN 9798707215506
  • Creative Writer specialized in Poetry.
  • Creator and Author of The Writing Is Immortality Platform:

- Instagram: @writingisimmortality 102Kfollowers

- Facebook: Writing Is Immortality 200+K followers

- Webpage:

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School Attended
  • University Of Miami
  • Florida International University
Job Titles Held:
  • Study Research Associate (SRA)
  • Registered Behavioral Technician
  • Registered Behavior Technician
  • Autism Behavioral Therapist/ ABA Internship
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Arts And Sciences Program