Meet Your Care Team

Preparing the child for the path, not the path for the child.

Child’s Path mission is to provide an individualized therapeutic program for children with unique learning needs that help them on their journey to becoming independent, life-long learners.

Our vision is to create a model for alternative learning programs that incorporate behavioral support, parent education, and inclusive peer modeling.

Jenn

Director of Operations, 2007

BS in Communications w/emphasis in Business Management
Before starting at Child’ Path I had no experience or much knowledge about Autism. Finding this position has changed my life. I love everything about ABA therapy. Although I don’t work with our clients directly, I love watching the passion through our staff’s eyes and how ABA is helping our clients.

Evelyn

RBT, 2017

BA in Psychology
She is currently in graduate school for Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She discovered ABA right after graduating with her Bachelor’s in 2017 and where she received an offer to work in an ABA clinic. Working with children who have autism made a big impact in her life. She enjoys every moment she gets with the children, knowing that she is able to make a positive change in their lives.

Jessica

Aide, 2019

BS Psychology
Working with children with autism for 3 years

Andrew

Line Technician, RBT, 2017

Andrew is currently in college, working on a degree in music. He wants to conduct music therapy with children on the autism spectrum. While in school, he became friends with a boy with autism. This friendship inspired him to want to work with and help kids on the spectrum.

Tereza

RBT, 2018

Tereza graduated from high school in 2013, after high school she was interested in the medical field and went to school for medical assisting. She began working with special needs children in 2016 as a preschool teacher. After a few months of teaching she was introduced to ABA as one of her students required ABA services; and shortly after began her career in ABA. The progress her student made while in ABA inspired her to continue to help other children and their family’s have a better quality of life.

Isabelle

RBT, 2018

Masters in Educational Psychology
Isabelle is currently a BCBA candidate, working on her second masters in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has working with children on the autism spectrum for over three years now and has experience in one on one therapy as well as classroom and clinical settings. She hopes to continue to shape behavior and have a lasting positive impact on our clients and their families.

Brooke

Aide, 2019

Working on BS in Education
Working with children on the autism spectrum has been one of the most rewarding experiences for her. Knowing that she is working to help make a change in someone else’s life is a great privilege. She has been working with children on the autism spectrum for over a year and is currently working on her RBT.

Morgan

Lead RBT, 2015

Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M at Commerce
Morgan is enrolled in a master’s program at Ball State University pursuing her master’s in ABA with an emphasis in autism. One of her first clients struggled to communicate or use his words appropriately and would lash out negatively. When he learned it was possible to communicate with gestures and began sign language he was able to ask preferred activities, which decreased his aggression and spontaneous requests increased. The sense of accomplishment she saw in his eyes fueled her to continue to help and work with children with special needs.

Cora

RBT, Trainer, 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Cora is working on her Masters of Education in ABA and Autism from Endicott College
She became passionate about children on the autism spectrum when she began working in a state hospital with adolescents. She instantly became passionate about helping children with autism and has been an RBT for over three years.

Sydney

Aide, 2019

BS in Kinesiology
She was first introduced to autism when she met a child on the spectrum. She was able to spend time helping her and started bonding with her quickly. This experience made her realize that she wanted to work with children on the autism spectrum and to help them to be the best that they can be. Sydney is currently working on her RBT.

David

RBT, 2018

BA Arts & Technology
Will complete his Masters in Behavior Analysis this May
Since 2015, he has been working in ABA. He comes from a background in the experimental side of research in behavior analysis. Transitioning into clinical work has been a rewarding experience for him; particularly as I try to be more successful each day with every client.

Melanie

RBT, 2018

BS Special Education, Elementary Education and English Literature
Melanie is also a certified teacher with certifications to teach in NY, NJ and Texas.
Growing up, her sister had a form of mild autism that greatly impacted the lives of everyone in our family. Her main focus is to assist families in learning to work with their special needs child and to be given the tool necessary to help the child be a self-sufficient and independent member of society. Melanie has been working with special needs children for 17 years.

Alawna

Lead, 2018

MA in Psychology (with a concentration in Children and Adolescents)
She has a personal connection to autism due to having an immediate family member with autism. While completing her graduate program, she took an interest in autism as a behavior technician learning the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. She has been serving the autism population ranging from ages 2 through 14 since 2014 and for many more years to come!!

Samara

RBT, 2018

MS in Occupational Therapy.
I have been working with children with autism for 4 years.

Kaitlyn

RBT, 2018

Kaitlyn received her Bachelors of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences with a minor in Psychology from the University of North Texas in 2018.
Kaitlyn first started working with children with autism at the early age of fifteen when she began babysitting her next door neighbor. Her passion to work with children with special needs continued to grow into high school and college as she started to volunteer for the local Special Olympics foundation. Now, Kaitlyn is pursuing her Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst certification to continue learning and advocating for the autism community.

Belinda

Lead RBT, 2017

M.Ed. Curriculum and Design in Applied Behavioral Analysis
She first heard about autism in her speech class back at UNT in 2014 and where she decided to fully start working in the field in 2016. What really drew Belinda in, was to see the capacity of growth with each child. She been working with children with autism for three years now as a behavior therapist, and has loved every minute of it.

Kaylen

RBT, 2018

BS psychology emphasis in ABA
Kaylen first began her journey when she was a nanny for a child on the autism spectrum.
She has been working with children on the autism spectrum since the summer of 2015, and in ABA since 2017

McKena

Aide, 2018

She has some coursework completed at University of Texas at Dallas as a Speech pathology and audiology major. Child’s Path is the first time that she has worked with children on the autism spectrum; it has shown her that autism can present itself in so many different ways.

Robert

RBT, 2018

BA in Psychology
Through school Robert developed an interest in ABA and wanted to learn more about it. He did not have much knowledge of autism when he began, but he has been doing his best to learn more everyday. He has been working with children on the spectrum now for almost 4 years.

Aaron

BCBA, 2014

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas and his Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis from Sage College. Aaron has over 20 years of experience serving individuals with autism and other related developmental disabilities. Working with this incredible population has changed many aspects of his life including how he parents his own children.

Jennifer

Front Office Receptionist, 2018

BS in Business Administration and also has Teaching Certificates in Elementary Education, Secondary Reading, and Special Education. While working as a public school teacher, she was always interested in learning more about autism. She feels so blessed to have the opportunity to work for a place where the staff is so caring and dedicated to working with children with autism.

Shea

RBT, 2019

Shea has a BS Child Development. She will complete her Master’s in Special Education with a specialization in ABA from Texas Tech University in 2019.
Autism first impacted her life from a personal experience with a relative. She wanted to learn how to work with children on the autism spectrum, so she could be able to help them. She has been working with children on the autism spectrum now for four years and plans on becoming a BCBA.

Cady

RBT, 2018

BS Psychology, minor in Sociology. She began working with children on the autism spectrum while pursuing School Psychology. When the opportunity to join the field of ABA arose, she was excited to have the opportunity to work one on one as an RBT.

Yasmin

RBT, 2014

BS Child Development & Family Science
Currently enrolled in MS Human Development & Family Science
She has been working with children on the autism spectrum for two years. Autism first impacted her life when she was fortunate enough to intern at a private school for children on the spectrum her senior year in college. Her experience helped her realize that she wants to be part of this community and make an impact on their lives.

Lauren

RBT, 2019

BS in Recreation Therapy from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. Right after college, she was given the experience to work as an aide for a child with autism and found her passion. After working a year and a half as an aide, she pursued her Registered Behavior Technician Certification.August of 2018. Shortly after receiving her RBT, she moved to Texas to accept her position with Child’s Path. Lauren has been working for Child’s Path since January of 2019. Lauren works hard to develop the best possible outcomes for your child. She not only focuses on the outcome, but the quality of each intervention. Lauren is a kind, fun and charismatic employee who cannot wait to provide enjoyable experiences to further push your child in the direction of better quality of life and independence.

Kathryn

RBT, 2018

Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology. She has worked with children on the autism spectrum for 4 years. She strives to make a positive impact on their lives helping them to reach their potential. She feels fortunate to be a part of their journey.

Brianda

BCBA, 2018

Bachelor in Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills and Masters in Professional Behavior Analysis through Florida Institute of Technology. She has over 6 years of ABA experience and became a BCBA since 2016.

Domini

BCBA, 2016

She received her Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at the University of North Texas, then received her Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction: Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University. Domini has worked in ABA since 2014 and has experience working with children and adults with special needs.

Paul

RBT

He majored in criminal justice with an emphasis in forensic psychology at Argosy University in Seattle. He has 7 years experience working with children on the spectrum in the school, hospital, home, community, and clinic setting. Paul was immediately drawn to the field of ABA when he saw the profound impact it had on the lives of the clients he worked with, as well as their families. He plans on going back to school to obtain my BCBA in the immediate future.

Kayla

RBT, 2014

Kayla is close to completing her BA in Elementary Education from Texas A&M University.
Kayla was introduced to the principles of ABA while her son was in feeding therapy in 2011. She has been working with individuals on the autism spectrum since 2014.

Crystal

RBT, 2015

BS in Psychology from Ferrum College in 2011 and MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University in 2016. She is currently taking her BCaBA coursework at the University of North Texas and hopes to sit for her board exam in August 2019. She first started working with children on the spectrum in 2013 in Virginia. The opportunity was unexpected, but became her passion almost instantaneously.

Werlean

RBT, 2018

BA in Liberal Studies with a major in Psychology. She started working in ABA in 2000 and enjoys helping both the child and family reach their fullest potential.

Vintea

Lead RBT, 2015

BS in Applied Behavior Analysis with a minor in entrepreneurship. Autism first impacted her when she was getting her bachelors, collecting data for research at UNT. She saw first hand the differences and joy ABA can make in a child’s life and all the opportunities it can provide. She has been working with kids on the spectrum since 2017.

Victoria

BCBA, 2016

M.S. in Human Development & Early Childhood Disorders. Autism first impacted her life when she was in elementary school and has been involved in the community ever since. She has worked with children on the autism spectrum in various capacities since 2009 & in the field of ABA since 2016.

Audrey

Insurance and Billing Liaison, 2014

B.S. Biology; M.S. Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis
She learned about ABA through her mother, who was studying to become a BCBA while she was in high school. She worked briefly in ABA the summer before attending college. After receiving her Bachelor’s, she immediately sought another position working with children with ASD and has been doing so ever since!

Eileen

Lead RBT, 2018

BS in Applied Behavior Analysis with a minor in entrepreneurship. Autism first impacted her when she was getting her bachelors, collecting data for research at UNT. She saw first hand the differences and joy ABA can make in a child’s life and all the opportunities it can provide. She has been working with kids on the spectrum since 2017.

Melissa

BCBA, 2014

BA in Psychology, MA in Counseling Psychology
Autism first impacted her life a month after she graduated from graduate school. She was in need of a job and a friend offered her an opportunity to work in an Early Intervention Program for kids with autism. With this experience she was able to be both in home and in school and gained the knowledge and experience in those settings. Fast forward a few years and my cousin was diagnosed with autism. She was able to have the professional and personal experience which led her to be more invested and passionate about ABA. She decided to pursue her BCBA as a career and consistently finds joy in seeing progress and change in clients’ lives.

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