Behavioural Health Consultation
for Positive Behaviour Change
M.Ed., BCBA, IBA
If your child or family are experiencing any of the following challenges, you may consider behaviour consultation. Please contact me to decide if my services would be a good fit for your family.
Trouble following home routines (e.g., morning, bedtime, mealtimes)
Frequent conflict with siblings, peers or parents
Lack of flexibility or rigid behaviours
Challenges with following instructions
Barriers to inclusion in school or community
Making and keeping friends, social skill limitations
Verbal and/or physical aggression
Limited leisure/play skills
Trouble with transitions or finishing time on technology
Limited executive functioning skills (following routines, planning)
Lacking daily living/life skills
IEP input and school advocacy
B.A. Honours, Queen's University
B.Ed. Queen's University
M.Ed. University of British Columbia (Autism & Developmental Disabilities)
Home Behaviour Consultant
District Resource Teacher, Public School District
Public Special-Education Teacher
Autism school teacher and educational assistant
Workshops and Teacher Training
ACT Bootcamp for BCBAs
Positive Behaviour Interventions & Supports Coach
Person-Centred Planning Facilitator
Approach and Principles
Dually-certified as a BCBA and BC Teacher, I am passionate about seeing young people be successfully included in their community through effective positive behaviour support, based in the science of behaviour. Coaching family members, caregivers and others working closely with an individual is a critical part of behavioural health and I enjoy working closely with both the client and their caregivers. I am a certified PEERS Instructor and am trained to deliver PEERS via telehealth. I serve clients between the ages of 6-18.
I don't see my role as a BCBA to 'fix' your child, but rather facilitate behaviour change that results in values-centred living for both the young person and their family/caregivers. I strive to listen and learn from neurodivergent voices and take a collaborative approach with my services. As a trained person-centred planner, I highly value the involvement of the client in goal-setting and therapeutic services.
I have been working with neurodivergent individuals since 2004. Having taught in both public and private schools, I am experienced in collaborating with school teams and advocating for effective behaviour support for young people. I have also served families in home settings as a Behaviour Consultant, providing assessment, planning and coaching to promote positive behaviour change in the home and community. I am passionate about seeing young people be successfully included in their community through effective positive behaviour support.
Assessment, planning and coaching for implementation of positive behaviour supports. Can be delivered via telehealth or a hybrid model.
Fees & Funding
Fee for Service
Clients without Autism Funding accepted. Please contact me for hourly rates.
Autism Funding (BC Clients)
If your child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, you can access funding through the Autism Funding Unit and MCFD. For more information about diagnosis and accessing funding, see the Autism Funding website.