Perhaps you want to work at the BCBA, or a board certified behavior analyst. The difference between the Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst and the Board Certified Behavior Analyst is that the Board Certified Behavior Analyst works in his or her own right. It is essential that the individual has a background and understanding about client respect and confidentiality, and they can maintain appropriate professional and technical knowledge. They must have an active BCBA certification and the necessary first aid and CPR background. Contact us for more information.