Applied Behavior Analysis

Nevada Applied Behavior Analysis Board Member Vacancies

The Nevada Applied Behavior Analysis Board is excited to announce two Nevada Applied Behavior Analysis Board Member positions that will become available on January 1, 2021. Both positions do require the applicant to be a currently licensed behavior analyst within the State of Nevada.

All are encouraged to apply! Please submit your application as soon as possible by following the application steps on the Governor’s website found here: Nevada Governor (

The Nevada Applied Behavior Analyst Board (NABAB) and The Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) looks forward to meeting their new members!

    NEW Certemy Licensing Software - NOW LIVE

    Aging and Disability Services Division and the Nevada Applied Behavior Analysis Board are excited to announce the first phase of the new online licensing software system, Certemy, which is now LIVE!    

    What am I able to do with this new online platform?    

    • All applications can now be completed online (RBT, LaBA, and LBA) 
    • All currently licensed/registered have been transferred into Certemy and given their own login account using the email address on file. 
      • Renewals can now be completed online with your user account.     


    1. Navigate to the new system login page using any web browser on your phone or computer
      Click: Bookmark this page. 
    2. Enter your Login Email
      Use the email address you provided to the ABA Board/ADSD (NVBA). If you are a new applicant, you will need to create a new user account. 
    3. Enter your Login Password
      Use this temporary password: Certemy2020! You can change your password at any time using the Reset Password link on the login page 
    4. View your Certifications
      Once logged in, you will see your licenses(s) on the left side of the screen. Click ACCEPT for each license(s) to confirm and maintain the certificate(s). 

      Tip: Notice the small circles below the certificate name. They represent the steps (requirements) for those licenses and are color-coded. Green means complete and white means incomplete.     
    1. Complete your Licensing Requirements
      Completing the steps (requirements) for each license is easy. First, select the license on the left side of your screen. Then click on any of the steps on the right side of your screen to view or complete the corresponding requirement.

      Tip: You’ll see the status (complete, partially completed, or incomplete) for each step together with the due date. The system will automatically send you email alerts as you approach the due date for an incomplete step. 
    1. You can then log in each time you want to work on your license(s).     

    Important notes

    • Log into the new system any time to continue updating and maintaining your licenses(s). 
    • Each time you log in, you will see how many steps (requirements) you must still complete and when those steps (requirements) are due. 
    • The due dates assigned to each step will help you complete your renewal on time. You must complete all requirements by your license expiration date to ensure timely renewal.  

    REMINDER: What will the new system let you do?

    • Start your renewal from our website 
    • Complete your renewal online, using any phone or computer, 24x7 
    • Upload and manage your license files and documents online in a “Digital Wallet” 
    • Pay your renewal fee online - or upload proof of physical payment 
    • Receive email reminders that keep you on time and on task so you never forget something 
    • Receive email alerts when we have reviewed and approved your submissions 
    • Receive a digital copy of your certificate upon completion 

    If you would like to apply to become an RBT, LaBA or an LBA within the State of Nevada, please click on the link below to get started on completing your application: 






      ABA Board Statement on COVID-19

      Nevada Board of Applied Behavior Analysis  Statement on COVOID-19 March 26, 2020
      As you are aware, at the direction of Governor Sisolak, state functioning is limited and staff is required to telecommute in response to the emerging COVID-19, until further notice.
      As a result of the current and future status of the state, the Board of Applied Behavior Analysis will be closed to the public until further notice. Given this closure, scheduled and future board hearings and meetings have been placed on hold. 
      Despite the closure to the public, effort will be made to process applications as quickly as possible, given the current restrictions.  No jurisprudence examinations will be given to BCBAs and/or BCaBAs during this time.  In addition, there may be lulls in registering RBTs with the state due to testing sites closing nation-wide; because state law requires behavior technicians to be credentialed with the BACB as an RBT, we cannot register an RBT until the applicant possesses that credential. We ask for your patience during this time, as there will likely be delays. In order to expedite the process under these conditions, certificants and registrants will receive via email copies of licenses and registrations. Hard copies of certification and registration will resume when restrictions are removed at the state level.
      In relation to guidance related to your practice during these unprecedented times, we direct you to NABA, the BACB, and APBA, as well as encourage you to engage in the health recommendations that have been provided at both the state and national levels. We want to refer specifically to the email guidance related to COVID-19 sent by the BACB on March 19, 2020. 
      You may continue to email, with questions regarding the practice of behavior analysis in the state, and will receive a response within two business days.  

      We hope everyone stays healthy and safe during these uncertain times.


        The Aging and Disability Services Division, under authority of NRS 437, will operate the Board of Applied Behavior Analysis effective January 1, 2019. This board was the result of Senate Bill 286 that was introduced in the 79th Legislative Session.

          About the Board

          The Governor has appointed to the Board, four voting members who are behavior analysts licensed in this State and one voting member who is a representative of the general public who is interested in the practice of applied behavior analysis. The Board members will serve a term of 4 years and may not serve more than 2 consecutive terms.

          The Board may make and promulgate rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions NRS Chapter 437 governing its procedure, the examination and licensure, certification or registration of applicants, the granting, refusal, revocation or suspension of licenses, certificates or registrations and the practice of applied behavior analysis.


            The Aging and Disability Services Division will be responsible for examination; licensure, certification and registration; investigations; collection of fees of behavior analysts, assistant behavioral analysts, registered behavior technicians, and state certified behavior interventionists.

              Registration of all Nationally Registered Behavior Technicians

              As of January 1, 2019, all Nationally Registered Behavior Technicians are required to be registered with the Aging and Disability Services Division. The Aging and Disability Services Division recognizes that it is not feasible or realistic for all RBT’s to be registered by January 1. Therefore, the Division is allowing a grace period of six months to complete this process. All RBT’s must be registered with the Division no later than June 30, 2019.


              Should you have any questions, please contact us at, or you may call 775-687-4210



              This email serves as direct communication to the Division of Aging and Disability Services and is not a direct communication source to the Applied Behavior Analysis Board Members. If seeking answers to practice questions, please refer to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). For questions that are specific to the Nevada Law, please see NRS 437 and the Regulations that can be found by going to



                Important Links

                Aging and Disability Services Division Administrative Office

                3416 Goni Road, Suite D-132
                Carson City, NV 89706
                (775) 687-4210