Behavior Interventionist Cover Letter

Behavior Interventionists work with individuals struggling with maladaptive or disruptive behaviors, developing treatment plans and implementing techniques to increase their skills and improve their quality of life. A rigorous understanding of the field of psychology is an asset in this position, as well as outstanding communication, interpersonal, and analytical skills.

Successful cover letters for this role often mention the following types of abilities and qualifications:

  • Customized treatment planning/implementation
  • Program development/management
  • Behavioral analysis and coaching
  • Relationship building
  • Interdisciplinary team collaboration
  • Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
  • 1:1 and group sessions
  • Documentation and progress monitoring
  • Data analysis

Below please find a sample cover letter for a Behavior Interventionist with similar skills and experience noted.

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Dear Ms. Rohe:

When I learned of your need for a Behavior Interventionist, I hastened to submit my resume for your review. My experience providing counseling, mentoring, and general support to young individuals with autism and other special needs – as well as my commitment to facilitating successful experiences in school, home and community settings – give me confidence in my ability to significantly benefit your organization.

From offering both individual and group support services to communicating effectively and collaboratively with families and teachers, my background has prepared me to excel in this role. With more than 11 years of experience under my belt, I have honed my ability to connect with patients and establish trusting and impactful relationships. In combination with my strong communication and analytical capabilities, I am well positioned to thrive in this challenging capacity and make a positive impact on the lives of your patients.

Consider the following highlights of my qualifications:

  • Providing vital support to young autistic individuals ranging in age from 7-12; identifying social, emotional and physical characteristics of each individual and offering behavioral analysis and coaching to help overcome problematic behaviors and increase social, communication, and adaptive skills.
  • Collaborating with interdisciplinary teams comprising psychologists, counselors, teachers, parents and other professionals to design individualized behavior plans for each youth, based specifically on their needs and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).
  • Leading 1:1 sessions with patients, implementing customized techniques and progressing towards goals in their homes, schools, and communities.
  • Utilizing superior organizational and interpersonal abilities to provide optimal solutions and support in difficult, emotional, and/or distressing situations.

With my previous experience in behavioral counseling and support, complemented by my superior interpersonal and problem-solving abilities, I believe I could swiftly surpass your expectations for this role. The opportunity to discuss the position in further detail would be most welcome.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Karin J. Smith