Behavioural Team

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Ida Chung, M.ADS., BCBA 
Founder and Clinical Director

Highlight of Qualification:

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies (M.ADS) with specialization of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

  • Met Requirements of Supervision for those who are pursuing BCBA, BCaBA or RBT. 

  • Member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA)

  • Member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)

  • Met Requirements of Clinical Supervisor for Ontario Autism Program/Childhood Budget

  • Currently pursuing Ph.D in Psychology, with specialization in ABA
     

Additional Certifications: 

  • Promoting Emergence of Advanced Knowledge (PEAK) Level 1 and 2 

  • Early Start Denver Model Introductory Course (ESDM) 

  • Facing Your Fear (FYF)

  • Certified Safety Care Trainer

  • Certified Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Level 1 

  • Certified Pivotal Response Training (PRT) Level 1

  • Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification

Ida is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) and the founder of Glowing Growth Autism Services Inc. She specializes in children’s education and development, staff training and parent coaching, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder.

Ida holds a Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies with specialization of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) from Brock University; and a Hon. B.A in Contemporary Studies with Children’s Education and Development, minor in Health Studies and Psychology, from Wilfrid Laurier University. In addition, Ida is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology, with specialization in ABA. 

Ida is a member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA), the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI). She is dedicated to support families in needs through Applied Behaviour Analysis. Eager to learn more, Ida also attends international and local workshops and training sessions held by recognized organization. Ida specializes in individualized program development and her specialized strategies include but not limited to Pivotal Response Training (PRT), Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Early Start Denver Model (ESDM). Ida has also received training in conducting multiple assessments including Functional Behaviour Assessment, ABLLS-R, AFLS-R, and PEAK.

As Ida’s academic and work experiences have provided her the unique opportunity to observe and experience the immense impact that high quality services can have on the lives of individuals with Autism and other disabilities, she is highly motivated by providing quality services to meet each individual’s unique needs.

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Vivian Tam, M.S., BCBA 
Program Supervisor/Clinical Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master's degree in Science, with specialization in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at St. Cloud State University

  • Member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA)

  • Member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)

  • Met Requirements of Clinical Supervisor for Ontario Autism Program/Childhood Budget

Vivian is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) and the Program Supervisor at Glowing Growth Autism Services Inc. Vivian completed her Master's degree in Science, with specialization in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at St. Cloud State University. She also holds a B.S in Psychology specializing in Behaviour Disorders at the University of Toronto.

Vivian is a member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA), the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI). She is well-versed in providing high-quality, individualized treatment and has been involved in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for the past 7 years. She has worked as an ABA school teacher and behaviour therapist delivering Intensive Behaviour Therapy (IBI), with individuals on the Autism Spectrum and other developmental disorders ranging from 1.5 years old to 25 years of all abilities. Her expertise includes IBI program planning, oversee home-based programs, and, behaviour plans. Her wide-ranging skills further continue with developmental assessments (eg. ABLLS-R, AFLS-R PEAK, VB-MAPP), Direct Instruction, Precision teaching curriculums and designing training protocols for staffs and parents.

Vivian's passion for ABA comes not only from her strong clinical background but also the pleasure of witnessing how interventions can make a difference in one's life. With her dedication and love for the children, she works diligently with other interdisciplinary professionals to provide the most comprehensive and client- centred treatments. It is her hope to combine her passion for teaching ABA and prepare families with effective tools for lasting behaviour change.

Vicky Ho, M.ADS., BCBA.
Program Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

 

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies (M.ADS) with specialization of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

  • Completion of BCBA® course sequence and supervision hours

  • Completed Safe Management Training by Safe Management Group©

  • Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification

Vicky is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) and the Program Supervisor at Glowing Growth Autism Services Inc. She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies from Brock University, specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), and a Hons B.A. in Psychology from University of Waterloo, specializing in Human Resource Management. Vicky has completed the required course sequence for BCBA, and is currently working towards her BCBA qualification.

Vicky has been in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for 8 years, and has been providing treatment therapy to individuals aged 3 to 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder, brain injury, dual diagnosis, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) across multiple settings including clinics, classrooms, in-home, centers, and daycare. Vicky possesses a wide range of clinical experiences. Some of her expertise include behaviour management, designing and implementing social skills and community programs, staff training, and program evaluation.

Vicky’s experience working with learners of different age group over the years has allowed her to gain perspective on the importance of clients’ holistic development. When designing skill acquisition programs, she tailors targets and programs so that they align closely with clients’ needs and goals, and focuses on providing training on life skills and community skills that promote independency.

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Kerry Maisels, M.Ed., BCBA 
Consulting Clinical Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master's of Education with a Specialization in Autism

  • Certificate in Organizational Behaviour Management from Florida Institute of Technology.

  • Member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA)

  • Member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)

  • Facilitator for Triple P (positive parenting), Facing Your Fears, Project ImPACT, Secret Agent Society, Children's Friendship Training and the UCLA Program for the Education and Enrichment and Relational Skills (PEERS)

Kerry Maisels is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) who has been working with children, youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disorders since 2004. She has a Master's of Education with a specialization in Autism.

She is a member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA), the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the Association of Professional Behavior Analysis (APBA). Kerry has had a wide variety of managerial and clinical experience working for both privately funded and ministry-funded programs. Some of her interests include assessment and treatment of behavioural feeding concerns, parent training, clinical supervision of comprehensive ABA programs, staff training and organizational behaviour management.

Dianna Scimeca, M.A., BCBA., Psychometrist 
Program Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master’s degree in Psychology with specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

  • Member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis (ONTABA)

  • Member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)

  • Met supervision requirements for candidates pursuing BCBA, BCaBA and RBT certifications

  • Met requirements of Clinical Supervisor for Ontario Autism Program/Childhood Budget

  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

  • Violent Threat and Risk Assessment (VTRA) - Level 1

  • Behaviour Management Systems Trainer

Dianna is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®). She holds a Masters degree in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from the University of Nevada, Reno. She has a BA (Hons) in Psychology from York University. Dianna is currently working at the Durham District School Board as a Psychometrist and is pursuing registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.

Dianna has worked in both government funded and private practice settings, and her consultation experience includes a wide variety of settings, including home and centre based ABA programs, and schools.  In addition, Dianna has led numerous ABA, ASD, ADHD, and Behaviour Management Systems Training, and workshops for ABA staff, teachers, and administrators. Dianna was also a part-time professor at Seneca College in the Autism and Behavioural Science program.

Dianna has a wealth of experience in assessment and intervention with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Learning Disabilities, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Intellectual Disabilities, Language Disorders, anxiety disorders, and various other academic, social, emotional, and behavioural issues since 2001. She also has extensive experience conducting functional behavioural assessments, cognitive, academic, psychoeducational and socio-emotional assessments.  In addition, she is experienced in developing Behavioural Intervention Plans, training staff, supervising programming to address a variety of skills, including school readiness, receptive and expressive language, self-help, and social skills.

Marie-Chanel Morgan, M.A. (ABA)
Assistant Program Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

  • Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies (M.ADS) with specialization of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

  • Ontario Post-Graduate Certification of Autism and Behavioural Science

  • Completion of BCBA® course sequence and supervision hours

  • Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification

Marie-Chanel is an assistant program supervisor of Glowing Growth Autism Services Inc. She is has been in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for 5 years, and has been providing treatment therapy to individuals aged 2 to 57 with Autism Spectrum Disorder, brain injury, dual diagnosis, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) across multiple settings including government hospitals, privately and government owned clinics, classrooms, in-home, and daycares. Marie-Chanel possesses a wide range of clinical experiences. Some of her expertise include communication programming, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), behaviour management, designing and implementing daily living skill programming, program evaluation and staff training. Marie-Chanel has completed level 1 of PECS official training and conducted various behaviour assessments and programming. Additionally, Marie-Chanel is actively involved in research around behaviour analytic tools and behavioural skills training. She is an ongoing member of The Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis (ONTABA), GTA Rehab, and Association for Behaviour Analysis International (ABAI). She attends and presents at various conferences locally and internationally.

Marie-Chanel’s goal is to provide effective, ethical, and innovative treatment for her clients and families. She promotes generalization and maintenance of skills and individualized treatment planning to meet the needs and goals of her clients and families.

Connie Cabuena, M.ADS., BCBA
Program Supervisor

 

Highlight of Qualification:

 

  •  Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®)

  • Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies (M.ADS) with specialization of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

  • Member of the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc (ONTABA)

  • Completed Safe Management Training by Safe Management Group©

Connie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) and the Program Supervisor at Glowing Growth Autism Services Inc. She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Disabilities Studies from Brock University, specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), and a Hons B.A. in Psychology from York University. Connie has been in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for 6 years, and has been implementing treatment to individuals with Autism and other developmental disorders aged 2 to 23 years old, all with varying abilities. Some of her expertise include implementing programs and teaching in either a 1 to 1 or group format, behaviour management, staff training, and evaluating programs and behaviour support plans. Connie also has personal experience when it comes to Autism. She was inspired to get into the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis as her youngest brother is on the spectrum and growing up, she had classmates and family friends who were also on the spectrum. Connie hopes that with her experiences, she will be able to support and provide services that are catered to the client and that will make a meaningful impact and positive change in their lives and of their families as well.

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Tammy Chan, B.A. 
Lead Instructor Therapist & Administrative Manager

Tammy is a Lead Instructor Therapist and has a background in Social Service Worker (Seneca) and a Bachelors Degree in Economics and East Asian Studies from the University of Toronto (St. George Campus). Tammy has completed her course sequence for BCaBA at Humber College and is working towards achieving a BCaBA certification. She has also completed an Applied Behaviour Analysis Certificate at the Geneva Center.

Tammy began her journey with children with autism while completing her placement at Aurora High School (York Region District School Board). Tammy’s interest and passion grew after continuing her career through Aspiration and Discoveries Inc. solely working with elementary and high school children with autism. Tammy also spent two years overseas in Hong Kong where she had the opportunity to assist children in the elementary setting with Special Needs at International Christian School.

 

As early intervention is critical, Tammy hopes to continuously educate and enhance her skills in ABA to support each family and child’s individual needs.

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Jennifer Castillo, Hon B.Sc., RBT., Master's Degree In Progress
Assistant Program Sueprvisor

Jennifer completed her Undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto in 2017 where she obtained an Hon. B.Sc in Mental Health Studies and Linguistic. Jennifer is also a Registered Behavior Technician (approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board - BACB) and is supervised under a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. 

During her time at the University she was exposed to different techniques, and the basis of applied behaviour therapy and behaviour modification. It was due to her education in Linguistics in which she dealt with topics related to speech and language disorders that sparked her interest and passion to work with children with Autism.

Jennifer’s work with children began at the age of 16 where she began volunteering with numerous organizations and summer camps as a mentor and counsellor. Her work continues through her active role as an ESL teacher. Jennifer has the capabilities of guiding and teaching our clients new activities and skills as well as helping them further develop certain abilities. Jennifer is committed to providing specialized ABA therapy for each of our clients as well as communicating with their families. She is driven by the desire to understand Autism in order to maximize her role as an Instructor Therapist. 

Jennifer is currently continuing her education in the Master’s Degree Program at Brock University for Applied Disabilities Studies, with specialization in Applied Behaviour Analysis and is working towards achieving a BCBA certification. Jennifer is also certified with Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Training.

Marina Fahmy, Hons B.Sc., RBT., Master's Degree In Progress
LEAD Therapist

Marina has completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, where she obtained her Honours Bachelor Degree in Science with a double major in Psychology and Neuroscience. During her time at the University, she focused her courses on Behaviour Modification which included Applied Behaviour Analysis and much more. Currently, she is also continuously pursuing her education by working on her Master’s Degree Program for Counselling Psychology and is completing the 40-hours Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) training course which is approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BCBA). Marina is also a certified Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C First Aider.

Marina has more than 5 years experience working with children of various ages, whether during her volunteer experience through church services or at various summer camps as a counsellor. Her interests in working with children with disabilities was intrigued when she started working as a preschool teacher in a daycare, where she dealt with a couple of kids who were diagnosed with the autism. This experience sparked her interest to pursue a career dedicated to working and helping children with developmental disabilities.

Marina has experience in providing services for children with different developmental disabilities in a variety of settings. Her tactics are by applying a holistic, strength based approach in her work, while she includes creative techniques such as arts and musical activities to keep children engaged and promote social skills.

Marina is dedicated, devoted and passionate to ensure that each child gets the help and support they need through adaptive intervention techniques.

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Iris Wong, RBT
Instructor Therapist/Administrative Assistant

Iris is a registered Early Childhood Educator. Iris has over four years of experience working as a lead RECE in early learning centers.  She worked with children with disabilities in an inclusive setting by planning and implementing programs to support their development. Iris is also a Registered Behavior Technician (approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board - BACB) and is supervised under a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. Iris has obtained her Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification.

Iris started volunteering at a hospital and nursing home at the age of 16, engaging children with special needs and elderlies in social and recreational activities. She also worked as a Youth Ambassador in The Salvation Army assisting social workers with event planning. Iris found a passion for using ABA which helps children to reach their potential and work toward their goals for behavior, cognition, and social success. She is planning on continuing her education in the fields of ABA and Autism studies.

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Ariana Rotondi, Hons B.A., RBT
Instructor Therapist

Ariana has completed her undergraduate degree with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Studies from Ryerson University. She has been working with children and adults with a variety of disabilities in many settings over that past seven years. Ariana is also a Registered Behavior Technician (approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board - BACB) and is supervised under a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. Ariana has completed her Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification.


Ariana began working in the field at the age of 14 beginning to work with adult with special needs assisting them with basic life skills and creating independence for their future. She continued this work in working for the City of Markham, inclusion team for summer camps working with children who have special needs. Ariana then worked as the Inclusion Supervisor for the city of Markham camps where she trained staff to lead a safe and inclusive environment for children who have a variety of exceptionalities. Ariana is a big advocate on inclusive practices and aims to create inclusive settings for all children to feel welcome and comfortable while providing meaningful content and opportunities for children to explore and learn.

Nicole Bondoc, Hons B.A., RBT
Instructor Therapist

Nicole is a graduate from Ryerson University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Studies with a minor in Psychology. She has worked in several educational settings with children of various abilities as well as their families over the last five years. Nicole has successfully obtained her Canadian Red Cross FirstAid CPR/AED Standard C Certification. 

She has worked with the City of Markham for three years as an Inclusion Summer Camp Counsellor where she had the opportunity to work one-to-one with children and learn about a wide range of disabilities. Her interest in ABA was further sparked as she completed a field placement at Holland-Bloorview, where she planned and implemented activities for young children with disabilities in a specialized setting. 

 

Nicole has a passion for working with children and helping them further develop skills in self-efficacy and increase autonomy to support their development. She is deeply motivated to continue learning in the field of ABA and is committed to providing quality service for our clients in order to meet their individual needs. She has an active interest in music, mental health, inclusion and American Sign Language which are all incorporated into her practice.

Gillian Tham, B.A.

Instructor Therapist

Gillian is a graduate from University of Winnipeg where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Conflict Resolution Studies with a minor in sociology. She has supported many children, youth, and families from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of abilities for the past seven years. Gillian has successfully obtained her FirstAid CPR/AED Standard certification, mental health first aid certification as well as her non-violent crisis intervention training and is currently pursuing her RBT credential. 


Gillian has gained valuable knowledge and experience working and volunteering with individuals with cognitive, intellectual, mental, and physical disabilities. She has worked in daycare settings as an inclusion support worker with children who have disabilities and in a group home with high-risk youth who have disabilities and multiple mental health diagnosis as the lead key worker. She has also worked in an early childhood education classroom with young children who have autism spectrum disorder as an autism tutor running daily one on one ABA sessions and group session and most recently as a social worker for an Indigenous based child and family services agency. 
 

Gillian has a strong passion for working with children, youth, and families in our community. Gillian strongly believes that everyone, no matter race, religion, ability, or economic status has the right to a positive quality of life and will continue to be an advocate for the people she supports. 

Elena Okbay, Hons B.A., RBT

Instructor Therapist

Elena is a graduate from York University where she completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. She went on and obtained a Post Graduate Certificate in Autism and Behavioural Sciences from George Brown College (that met the requirement of BCaBA course sequence approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board - BACB), which focused on autism spectrum disorder and ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis) with a primary application for children and adolescents. Elena is s a Registered Behaviour Technician (approved by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board - BACB) and is supervised under a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.

Elena has a passion for working with children and supporting them to be as functional and independent as possible recognizing and serving their individual needs. She has worked as an instructor therapist with children and youth of different disabilities in various settings for more than three years. She takes pleasure in watching her clients grow, reduce challenging behaviours and learn new meaningful skills. She has years of experience in implementing programs including direct instruction, classroom readiness, social skills, life skills, and PECS. She plans to pursue her BCaBA certification in the future.
 

Micky Guo, Hons B.A.

Instructor Therapist

Micky has completed her honoured undergraduate with the study of Bachelor of Child Development at Seneca College. She has worked with children and adults in a variety of learning environments including school-based, one-on-one, and community-based in the past 5 years as a registered early childhood educator. She is also certified with Canadian Red Cross First Aid CPR/AED standard C Certification.

 

She has gained her working experiences in different child care settings by creating a positive learning environment as supporting children with special needs across the age range between 2-year-old to 12-year-old using child-centered and strength-based approach. She also gained many valuable experiences working at a non-profit community center with clients who have a wide level of competencies physically and mentally by providing and facilitating food education workshops in a welcoming and inclusive environment. With the experiences working with people with exceptionalities, it motivates her to explore and utilize the knowledge of ABA to support children. She is dedicated to provide children and family the help and support they need through an inclusive and positive learning environment. She strongly believe all individuals have the competency of being successful.

Amy Bi

Instructor Therapist 

Amy is a graduate from the University of Toronto and completed her Master of Education in Mental Health Counselling at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid and has obtained training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy among several other evidence-based therapeutic interventions. 

 

In the past, Amy worked with youth and young adults as a counsellor at a higher education setting and a community practice. Her passion for working with children started when she worked at the Hospital for Sick Children, where she facilitated communication between the clinical staff and the families of children with special needs. She saw the importance of creating a safe space of empowerment, learning and empathic attending. She is currently committed to pursuing further training in ABA to enhance her skills in supporting families and children.  

Priscilla Chou, Hons B.A.

Instructor Therapist 

Priscilla completed her Honours in Bachelors of Applied Sciences in Psychology at the University of Guelph- Humber.

 

She aspires to become a clinical psychologist to apply research-based methods to improve the lives of both children and their families who are dealing with emotional and mental health issues. Her research interests include how we can promote resilience in individuals who have experienced trauma, PTSD and adverse childhood experiences. She greatly believes in the importance of early childhood, early intervention and helping adolescents flourish and promoting patterns of healthy development. 

 

She has worked in this field with children with developmental disabilities for the past two years and is working towards becoming a Registered Behaviour Technician.  Priscilla strongly believes in building rapport and providing a comfortable environment for children to grow which she feels will be a necessary skillset as a clinician. 

Adrienne Mak, Hons B.A.

Instructor Therapist 

Adrienne is a graduate of the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics. 

She has a passion for caring for children and recognizes the impact that childhood has on a person's future. She has created close relationships with children and young families at her church and hopes to continue building relationships and mentoring these children as they enter new chapters of life. During high school and university, she spent time volunteering at various children's summer camps and student events. She is driven by her passion to care for others and to create a welcoming and caring environment wherever she is. 

Adrienne is working towards her Registered Behaviour Technician certification and hopes to further her education in Speech Language Pathology. 

Ashley Silva

Social Program Lead 

Ashley is a passionate professional who enjoys working with children with various mental health needs. She began her education background with Humber College, where she received her diploma in Child and Youth Worker with honours. She then continued her studies with Ryerson University where she completed her B.A in Child and Youth Care. Ashley has over 15 years of experience working with children and their families. Her professional experiences include; residential programs, section 23 classrooms, support services, instructor therapist and currently the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Each setting provided different age groups, as well as specific needs in behaviour and mental health, including autism and dual diagnosis.

 

Ashley’s interest in autism services started with her employment with the TDSB. She currently works in a junior autism classroom, where she strives to help her students become independent by teaching self-regulation, coping skills, and providing social skill interactions within the school community. As a previous instructor therapist at GGAS, Ashley believes in the importance of supporting children and families through Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). She sees the difference in children who have received such services. For this reason she is in the progress of completing her Registered Behaviour Technician certification and continuing her experience within the ABA field. Ashley is dedicated in ensuring each child reaches their best potential through quality services.