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Behaviour Analysis

Mind By Design® is a mental health clinic with over 25 locations throughout Ontario. We offer psychological assessments, therapy, and therapeutic devices to clients in over 10 languages. 

We provide empathetic, compassionate, genuine, personalized and discreet treatment, with emphasis on professional evidence-based therapy to help adults and adolescents live happier, more fulfilled and productive lives.


Mind By Design® is currently seeking a passionate behavior science professional, who is growth-oriented and interested in advancing behavior analysis techniques, to join us in an unpaid placement position. You will play a key role in working with clients with developmental disabilities, as well as acquired brain injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents.



  • Assist with behavioral assessments and interventions for individuals and groups (i.e. cases of MVAs, WSIB, Slip and Fall cases, LTD, etc.) in a sound and ethical manner;

  • Assist with client intakes and pre-screening; participate in meetings with clients and communicate effectively;

  • Collaborate with team members in preparing for and contributing to initial behaviour assessment; follow up on the implementation and evaluation of behavioural strategies with interdisciplinary practitioners, as well as members of the client’s support network;

  • Assist with treatment plans considering evidence-based information, relevant best practice guidelines and clinical expertise under supervision;

  • Develop and deliver courses, workshops, presentations, coaching and programs designed for mental health topics to groups as requested;

  • Maintain clients’ files according to established standards, procedures and protocols;

  • Perform case reviews and evaluation of processes; prepare reports of relevant observations and evaluation of care to ensure continuity of quality service, communication and client documentation;

  • Write and review behaviour procedures and reports according to professional guidelines and best practice;

  • Support family members and practitioners through the provision of up-to-date clinical information; assist clients and partnering organizations by recommending utilization of existing resources.



  • Strong interpersonal skills, energetic and eager to learn along with professional drive;

  • Efficiency at MS Office and G Suite;

  • Adhere to federal, provincial and professional policies and regulations associated with Applied Behaviour Analysis;

  • Knowledge and skills in counselling practices and cognitive behavioural therapy;

  • Ability to plan, implement, evaluate and report activities conducted;

  • Attention to detail and demonstration of analytical decision-making and critical thinking;

  • Highly organized with excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritize between tasks, multitask complex deadlines under pressure, and manage competing priorities;

  • Project an image of professionalism, integrity, tact and discretion while working with highly sensitive and confidential information;

  • Ability to establish rapport with others as a requisite for healthy and therapeutic relationships;

  • Ability to be both consistent and flexible as circumstances warrant;

  • Ability to remain calm and supportive in psychological emergencies or crises when provided with appropriate supervision and direction;

  • Be comfortable in collaborating and communicating within an interdisciplinary team.

Location for placement: Temporarily remote due to COVID-19. Mind By Design® is currently offering all supportive services and conducting meetings through video conferencing. Working at physical offices/clinics and home visits for service delivery may be required afterwards.


Supervisor for internship: 

Ellie Borden, Clinical Director

Contact clinic: (888) 482-7265 


Internship terms: This is an unpaid internship. No benefits provided.


Number of hours: 37.5 hours per week to be completed Monday to Friday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

You may be required to work 2.5 to 5.5 more hours per week. This will depend on the active projects and tasks needing attention.


Starting Date: Early in September


To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to

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