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Interested In Our Services?

If you or one of our loved ones is interested in receiving services from Sweet Behavior, we would love to meet with you!  Simply fill out the contact form on our home page, call our office at (812) 725-1665, or email  


We are currently serving the following counties in Indiana: Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Crawford, Daviess, Dearborn, Decatur, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Hamilton, Hancock, Harrison, Hendricks, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson, Knox, Lawrence, Marion, Martin, Monroe, Morgan, Ohio, Orange, Owen, Perry, Pike, Posey, Putnam, Ripley, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, Switzerland, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Washington, and Wayne.  

Interested in a Position at Sweet?

Sweet Behavior is always interested in hiring qualified behavior consultants, music therapists, recreational therapists, and direct support professionals (DSPs)!  Working at Sweet Behavior is unlike working at other providers in southern Indiana because of our approach. Everyone who works at Sweet is treated as an independent professional and given the freedom to work as creatively as possible to help our clients achieve their goals. These professionals decide their own caseloads, set their own schedules, and create the best therapeutic approach to each client.


Although our behavior consultants and therapists operate in an independent manner, they always have access to colleagues and the directors at Sweet Behavior for input and guidance to their work. While our behavior consultants, therapists, and DSPs are given independence, they are not paid as independent contractors. 


Recreational and music therapists must hold a bachelor's degree or similar certification in their respective fields. Behavior consultants must hold at least a master's in either clinical psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology, or another applied health service area of psychology; special education; social work; counseling; or have a master’s degree in a human services field and be able to demonstrate to the BDDS behavior management committee that the individual has either coursework in or five (5) years of experience in devising, implementing, and monitoring behavior support plans.  Although some employees at Sweet are board-certified behavior analysts (BCBAs), we do not practice applied behavior analysis (ABA) at Sweet due to its harmful nature.  The BCBAs on staff at Sweet have witnessed this harm firsthand in clinics and came to Sweet to get away from these practices.  BCBAs are absolutely encouraged to apply, but we want to be upfront regarding our views of the field of ABA.

Sweet is a special place for DSPs.  Both the president and chief operations officer were DSPs themselves for years.  They both have a close understanding of the work and have created a program from scratch that fixes what always bothered them.  There is no overtime at Sweet.  No 16 hour shifts without certainty that another staff member might show up.  No rushed, useless trainings that leave you without any idea how to actually do your job well.  No administrators that think of clients as profits and not people. 


Sweet doesn't tell you how much we value DSPs here; we show you. We match up DSPs with clients that share their same interests.  In addition, we trust our DSPs to work with clients and/or their loved ones to create their own schedules without micromanagement.  We have absolute confidence in our DSPs to do their jobs and do them well by providing them with all the tools and support they need. We don't just hire "bodies to fill shifts." Instead Sweet makes careful hires of compassionate, independent advocates and allies of the disability community that do everything possible to promote true inclusion. 

DSPs must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma. They also must have valid drivers license, smartphone/tablet/laptop (for electronic documentation, and a vehicle for community visits. We prefer that our DSPs have previous experience in carework, but we train from the ground up! Our DSP training program is like no other in Indiana.  In addition to hands-on training in care skills, all of our DSPs receive training on disability history, ableism, disability rights, true inclusion, the Mandt System, American Heart Association CPR/First Aid, Person-Centered Planning, and the Medicaid Waiver.

If you are interested in a therapist, DSP, or behavior consultant position and are qualified, please read the job description below for the position, complete the application, and send your resume to

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