About Working at BRAINS
Founded in 2007, BRAINS has built a reputation across West Michigan and surrounding areas for understanding the complexity of each person and improving functioning for all ages by integrating brain, body, and real-life into all layers of care. We strive to provide the personalized care of a private practice while offering a variety of services typically found at much larger facilities, making us a valued partner for over 1,000 referral sources including our community’s most trusted health systems. Joining our team means that you exemplify our core values of the Highest Standards of Excellence, Expertise, Compassion, Work Ethic, and Teamwork.
How our employees describe BRAINS:
What makes BRAINS different:
• Services all ages – infancy through late adulthood
• Working with people with neurodevelopmental disabilities, challenges in behavior or mood regulation, and families experiencing marital and/or family tension, or are seeking support. To meet these needs, the company is expanding services in multiple locations and enhancing interventions in the community.
• CARF accredited to be able to provide excellent service and work with many insurance companies.
BRAINS provides comprehensive services for children and families from infancy to adulthood. We emphasize teamwork, professional mentoring and continuing education opportunities for all employees, so you have the opportunity to grow your practice based on your passion and expertise while a dedicated support team serves your clients with scheduling, billing, and other administrative needs. Most clinicians at BRAINS have a specialization in one section of the lifespan.
BRAINS is seeking a full-time child therapist to join our growing multidisciplinary team. This position is full-time and includes mentoring and in-house professional development, health insurance, life insurance, short/long term disability insurance, a 401(k) plan, and more. Each therapist at BRAINS has their own specific skills and practice, but we all work to understand the complexity of each person and improve functioning for all ages by integrating the brain, body, and real-life into all layers of our care. We strive to provide the personalized care of a private practice while offering a variety of services typically found at much larger facilities, making us a valued partner for over 1,000 referral sources including our community’s most trusted health systems. Joining our team means that you exemplify our core values of the Highest Standards of Excellence, Expertise, Compassion, Work Ethic, and Teamwork.
The right candidate will be:
• Fully licensed (LMSW, LPC, or LLP) in state of Michigan
• Eager to learn within a multidisciplinary team
• Experienced working with kids under 10 years old
• Experience in outpatient counseling preferred but not required
• Experience with developmental disabilities
• Comfortable using a computer and EMR for note completion
• Available to work afternoon/evening hours and possibly Saturdays to grow your practice (though specific hours can be tailored for both therapist and clinic needs)
Compensation: BRAINS is one of the highest paying and benefit eligible companies in West Michigan. We have a highly competitive compensation plan with high pay and a 401(k) plan for all employees both full time and part time. For full time employees there are additional benefits including health insurance, dental/vision insurance, and short term/long term disability insurance and life insurance. It is expected that this position will be available 40 hours/week (averaging 30 billable hours a week; scheduling 33 clients a week on average). Please send resume and cover letter of interest Attn: Stephanie Speierman, Director of Finance, via e-mail (email@example.com) or fax to 616-365-8971.
Entry Level ABA Behavior Technician – Training Provided – Part Time
Do you love working with kids and making a difference? BRAINS is looking for dedicated, compassionate, and energetic individuals to join our ABA team. Candidates interested in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) are encouraged to apply. Supervision is provided for individuals pursuing BCBA licensure. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in ABA.
How you will change lives:
- Providing one-on-one ABA therapy in a home or school-based setting
- Implementing behavior management techniques and teaching strategies.
- Working with learners in a number of skill areas such as social, fine/gross motor, self-help, and daily living.
- Documenting accurate and reliable data and treatment notes.
- Maintaining an engaging, safe, and fun environment.
- You have a high school diploma/GED
- You love interacting with children and have a willingness to play and interact with them energetically.
- You demonstrate professionalism in communication, reliability, attention to accuracy, flexibility, and teamwork.
- You have a reliable means of transportation, an acceptable driving record, and can pass a criminal background check.
- You are willing to travel throughout the Grand Rapids area.
- We provide ABA therapy to individuals from 18 months to 19 years old diagnosed with ASD.
- Our behavior technicians are provided with weekly supervision by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
- Preference will be given to individuals with experience working under the supervision of a licensed BCBA
- Behavior technicians pursuing BCBA licensure will have the opportunity to accrue direct and indirect hours.
- ABA sessions take place Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Applicants must be willing to work mornings and evenings.
- We are offering part time hours between 20-30 hours per week, based on experience and availability. Compensation dependent on experience.
- Our core values are Expertise, Highest Standards, Compassion, Work Ethic, and Team Approach.
Please send resume and cover letter of interest to Joan Rozeboom, ABA Assistant, via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Psychology Post-Doctoral Residency
To read more about BRAINS Postdoctoral Residency Program, please click here.
Approved Post-Doc by the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology (ABN) https://aabnonline.com/aabn-programs.html
The Postdoctoral Residency (Fellowship) in Neuropsychology through BRAINS is the equivalent of two years of full-time education and training designed to conform to the guidelines developed by the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology including a minimum of 4,000 training hours.
Principal mentors/supervisors are employed at BRAINS. Training opportunities with psychologists outside of the neuropsychology specialization are available, as well. Interactions with other clinical specialties are routinely integrated, as BRAINS is a multidisciplinary clinic.
BRAINS has been training Residents since 2008. Our goal is to provide advanced training for psychologists specializing in neuropsychology who intend to earn Board Certification in Neuropsychology, ABPP, and to practice in neuropsychology. Our graduates have gone on to practice in the field of neuropsychology.
Our Program offers a number of opportunities for learning. There are multiple neuropsychologists within the program at different phases of their careers. BRAINS has professionals who primarily focus on counseling individuals, occupational and speech therapy, groups, technology models such as biofeedback or virtual reality, applied behavior analysis, and forensic work. BRAINS provides evaluations to individuals throughout the lifespan, but we have a strong reputation for specialization in pediatrics. Cases vary from symptoms complicated by prenatal exposure, trauma, ASD, developmental conditions, medical and mental health factors, memory and a variety of other concerns that may result in the need to pursue an evaluation.
We are actively involved in communicating diagnostic results to physician’s offices and schools, addressing the broad psychosocial needs of patients and families. Our program is uniquely interested in the integration of data, effective personalization of findings, and customized treatment planning.
About 80% of the Residents’ time is spent in the delivery of clinical services. Educational and training experiences and research activities account for the other 20%.
To apply, please send a letter of professional goals, a current curriculum vitae, two redacted psychological report samples, and three letters of reference (preferably two clinical supervisors and one academic/research mentor) to:
3292 N Evergreen Dr. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525