Make a Difference in the Lives of Children!

Establish a career in Behavior Analysis with Behavioral Dimensions.

Make a Difference in the Lives of Children!

Establish a career in Behavior Analysis with Behavioral Dimensions.

Behavioral Dimensions

Why work at BDI?

Learn incredibly effective teaching techniques based on years of scientific research. We will train you to work with children who have unique learning needs. Through the use of many positively based behavioral techniques you will be a part of a team of highly trained staff who are able to:

  • Help children engage in a wide variety of appropriate behavior so to be fully functioning members of their families, schools, and community.
  • Teach children how to learn from their natural environments.
  • Teach children who avoids most instructions to calmly follow them.
  • Help children who have no or limited communication skills to effectively communicate.
  • Teach children who have few or no play skills to make productive use of their free time.
  • Help children who avoid most or all social interactions to look forward to being with others.

BDI focuses on our team members because the best way to help more children is with our motivated team. At Behavioral Dimensions we can proudly say that we have 21 team members who have been working with us for over ten years!

Behavioral Dimensions is currently serving children in the following areas: the Twin Cities metro and surrounding suburbs including Isanti, East Bethel, and Cambridge areas, Duluth, St. Cloud, Alexandria, and Marshall as well as in South Carolina in the Anderson and Greenville areas.

Helping Our Employees Succeed:

Certification and licensure opportunities supported by highly trained staff.

Learn effective behavioral techniques and gain experience for your career.

Family and health comes first for our team. Always.

Paid internships available.

Positions Available

In general Behavior Technicians are employees who are currently undergraduate students who are interested in psychology or other related human services degrees. Behavior Therapists have completed their undergraduate degrees and an internship (may be provided by BDI), or are graduate students in psychology or other behavioral sciences related field.

Behavior Technicians and Therapists receive much training and supervision to work 1:1 with young children with autism or related conditions in the families’ homes. Our employees are taught a very specific set of research-based, effective teaching techniques. Many promotion opportunities are available which may include learning how to support family members in effectively interacting with their children and siblings.

What are the Qualifications?

We are excited to offer full or part time job opportunities to individuals who qualify as mental health practitioners (Behavior Therapists) or Mental Health Behavior Aides (Behavior Technician)!

Behavior Technician Level One

Be at least 18 years old;
Have a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED)
OR
Two years of experience as a primary caregiver to a child with severe emotional disturbance within the previous 10 years
AND
Meet pre-service and continuing education requirements

Behavior Technician Level Two

Be at least 18 years old;
Have an associate or bachelor’s degree
OR
4,000 hours of experience in delivering clinical services in the treatment of mental illness concerning children or adolescence;
AND
Meet pre-service and continuing education requirements.

Behavior Therapist

Hold a bachelor’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences or related fields from an accredited college or university
AND
has at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in delivery of mental health services to clients with mental illness;
OR
is fluent in non-English language of the cultural group to which at least 50 percent of the practitioner’s clients belong, completes 40 hours of training in the delivery of services to clients with mental illness, and receives clinical supervision from a mental health professional at least once a week until the requirements of 2,000 hours of supervised experience are met;
OR
has at least 6,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of mental health services to clients with mental illness. Hours worked as a mental health behavioral aide I or II may be included in the 6,000 hours of experience for child clients;
OR
is a graduate student in one of the mental health professional disciplines and is formally assigned by an accredited college or university to an agency or facility for clinical training;
OR
holds a master’s or other graduate degree in one of the mental health professional disciplines from an accredited college or university
OR
is an individual who is serving a federally recognized Indian tribe.

Learn more about current job openings at Behavioral Dimensions and job qualifications now by going to BDI’s Employment Opportunities page!

Contact Us

Our administrative office is located in St. Louis Park, MN. While we don’t have a center that families can come to, we do want to make it easy to get in touch with us.

Download the Behavioral Dimensions brochure to learn more about our services today!

Email

office@behavioraldimensions.com

Call Us

952.814.0207

Fax Us

952.938.8838

Mailing Address

7010 Highway 7, St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Follow us on Social Media

Contact Us

Our administrative office is located in St. Louis Park, MN. While we don’t have a center that families can come to, we do want to make it easy to get in touch with us.

Download the Behavioral Dimensions brochure to learn more about our services today!

Email

office@behavioraldimensions.com

Call Us

952.814.0207

Fax Us

952.938.8838

Mailing Address

7010 Highway 7, St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Follow us on Social Media!