Our Clinical Team

Clinical Supervisor

 

Lauren Barker, M.S., BCBA
Employee since March 2016

In 2008, Ms. Barker began working as a behavior therapist for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Since, she has provided services to children ranging in age from 2-17 years, with a variety of disabilities. Additionally, she has worked across multiple interventions settings, such as homes, schools, as well as clinics. Ms. Barker is committed to providing high quality services to her clients by using only interventions which are rooted in the science of behavior and are established evidence-based practices, as evidenced by the completion of her master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from the California State University, Northridge (CSUN), as well as her continued memberships with the California Association for Behavior Analysis (or CalABA) and her attendance and participation in yearly professional conferences.

 

Program Managers

 

Elyce Cima, B.A., BCaBA
Employee since September 2010

Ms. Cima received her bachelor’s degree in Human Development with a minor in Child Development from Sonoma State University. In the process, she interned for two years at an elementary school in the hopes of earning her teaching credentials. While working in the classroom, however, she found herself drawn towards helping the children with special needs and strategizing ways to better their experience and education. Subsequently, Ms. Cima changed her career path and began working in the field of applied behavior analysis in 2010. She has demonstrated a tremendous commitment to the science and practice of behavior analysis by completing the requirements for the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) credential. Ms. Cima has a passion for working with children, watching them grow, and helping them further develop their skills and reach their fullest potential.

 

Kaitlyn Tamashiro, B.A.
BCaBA Coursework Sequence completed 2016 – Florida Institute of Technology
Employee since October 2013

Ms. Tamashiro received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2013. It was there she realized her passion for working with individuals who have developmental disabilities. Her first position in pursuit of this career was as an in-home behavior therapist for children diagnosed with Autism. Ms. Tamashiro brought this experience and passion to the position of Therapist when she joined the H.O.P.E./Maverick team in 2013. She has since been promoted to the position of Senior Therapist, and more recently, to the position of Behavior Consultant. She is currently working towards completing the supervision requirements for the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) certification, demonstrating commitment to furthering her skill set within the field of applied behavior analysis.

 

 

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