Rebecca is an outgoing and dedicated therapist with a passion to help others. She began her career in the social support services field at a young age where she supported teens and adults with moderate to severe disabilities in the community. From there, she pursued post secondary education in psychology and behavioural science. Rebecca offers a wealth of knowledge and hands on experience working in public and private sectors in clinical and educational settings.Rebecca is an active volunteer in the community and is a strong advocate for people and families affected by autism, other disabilities and mental health. She has 8 years experience supporting children with multi-diagnosis that present with severe behavioural needs as well as medically fragile individuals.Rebecca believes in education for all and has a passion to help improve others quality of life. She treats each individual with the utmost care and respect that is deserved and finds fulfilment in helping them achieve their goals.
FADY BESHARA, M.Sc., BCBA
Fady is a passionate behaviour therapist with experience working with children and youth with autism and other developmental disabilities. He received his Master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis and Autism from The Sage Colleges. Fady currently works on developing programs to increase various skills for children with autism. In addition, he specializes in working on aggressive and self-injurious behaviours. Fady has spent his career working in many different environments such as homes, centers, group homes, schools, and hospitals. His passion working in this field has developed into a mission; ensuring that all children with developmental disabilities receive the best treatment possible. Fady supports a collaborative approach. He believes that it is important to work with all individuals involved in the child’s life, including parents, siblings, teachers, childcare workers, and beyond.
Madeline Asaro, MA.
Madeline is an enthusiastic and professional clinician who has worked in the field of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) with children and teenagers for several years. She is a graduate of Brock University’s Master of Arts in Applied Disability Studies program specializing in ABA. Madeline has presented at conferences, provided invited workshops for clinicians in Ontario, given masters-level guest lectures, and conducted several research projects related to ABA. She has worked in a variety of settings providing direct therapy to children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Her clinical experience and interests include the assessment and treatment of challenging behaviours, pediatric feeding disorders, parent and teacher training, and the diverse application of ABA to increase physical activity. Madeline is passionate about creating individualized behaviour programs to fit the specific needs of her clients and ensuring the skills she teaches extend beyond the therapy session to the home, school, and other relevant settings for her clients. She believes in the importance of a collaborative approach and enjoys working with families and other professionals for the ultimate success of her clients.
“If a child cannot learn in the way we teach . . . we must teach in a way the child can learn.” - Dr. Ivar Lovaas
Debbie Nartehyoe, M.ADS
Debbie has been working in the field of ABA since 2015 and is currently on the
route to becoming a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). She did her undergraduate
degree in Psychology and went on to obtain a Masters in Applied Disability Studies from
Brock University. Debbie has worked in numerous settings including schools, group homes and IBI centres. She has worked with various age groups ranging from toddlers to adolescents. She believes family involvement to be a top priority when developing her programs, as she considers it to be a crucial component of treatment success. Debbie’s primary objective is to help clients reach new milestones and goals in their day to day lives, so that the, and their families can experience an improved quality of life. Debbie is a strong advocate for using evidence based practises in Applied Behavior Analysis to positively impact the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Aubrey Dominguez, M.Ed
Aubrey a passionate and resourceful clinician working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for over 8 years, providing 1:1 and small group therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. She is a graduate of Western University’s Master of Professional Education in ABA and is actively working towards her BCBA certification. Aubrey believes in teaching her clients the most functional skills possible using evidenced based practice so that they can take what they learn in therapy and use it to improve their quality of life. Aubrey has years of experience working in a multi-disciplinary team and supports a collaborative approach. She believes that every person in a child’s life plays an important role in their skill development and is happy to work alongside so many amazing families and professionals.
“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”