Board Certified Behaviour Analyst
Sarah has been working as an ABA therapist full-time since 2012 and during this time gained invaluable experience with a range of children and adolescents. She has also supported children in Special School as a classroom assistant employing ABA techniques and more recently in 2016 started to supervise home ABA programmes.
Sarah has a Psychology degree from the University of Ulster and Masters in ABA from Queens University and received her BCBA credential after completing 1500 independent supervised hours under PATHWAY TO LEARNING in 2017. Sarah is proficient in working with both verbal and nonverbal individuals and a range of developmental, emotional and intellectual disabilities.
Sarah has also delivered Autism awareness and ABA training to preschools and collaborated extensively with educational staff and other health professionals using a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching. Her special interests lie in PECS, DTT, NET, Verbal Behaviour and Behaviour Management. Her ABA Masters dissertation looked at using The Good Behaviour game in a mainstream setting. She has attended the Pyramid two-day training on PECS and dedicated to furthering her knowledge and training in the field.