• A cover letter for behavior therapist resume must be written in a compelling manner to grab the reader’s attention instantly.
• Make your letter concise and worthwhile to see.
• State the job position, that you are seeking – clearly and more than a single time.
• When mentioning your achievements, give specific references from your previous employments.
Take a look on the following sample cover letter for a behavior therapist resume to get a better idea.
41 Some Ave, # 456
Cell: (000) 847–4859
November 30, 2015
Mr. Michael Ray
River Street Autism Program
Coltsville 34 Sequassen Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Dear Mr. Ray:
I read your advertisement about the vacancy for a Behavior Therapist at River Street Autism Program. Eager to apply, I realized that I am an ideal contender for this job because my qualifications perfectly aligns with your job description.
Some of my key competencies relevant to a behavior therapist position with your facility include:
❖ 2 years’ work experience with Trumpet Behavioral Health Gilbert Autism Center as an ABA therapist.
❖ M.S. Psychology from California State University.
❖ Extensive knowledge of modern ABA therapy techniques.
❖ Good judgment and decision-making acumen.
Furthermore, I am well-versed in providing high-quality, discipline-specific treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), developmental delays and disabilities. My ability to provide 1:1 specialized behavior intervention services to children, and parent education will be a real asset to your organization.
After reading my enclosed resume, you will know a little bit about my background. Yet you will still need to conclude whether I have the passion for making a difference as a Behavior Therapist. I’d like an interview to discuss my potential to make meaningful contribution to your mission.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting with you soon.