San Diego, CA
About our San Diego, CA Location
- phone: 858 264-5858
- Fax: 858 649-6012
- address: 11650 Iberia Pl, Ste 130; San Diego, CA 92128
Currently providing services to the greater San Diego County area. ABA therapy is often performed in the home. Our registered behavioral therapists perform this therapy in the home so that they can have the most effective impact.
Meet Our San Diego, CA Team!
Dr Nicole Young, PsyD
Dr. Nicole Young PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in treating children and adolescents, specifically providing psychological assessments. Dr. Young earned her doctorate at Alliant International University’s California School of Professional Psychology San Francisco Campus with an emphasis in Children and Families. She has worked in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, group homes, schools, and private practice and she is a member of the San Diego Psychological Association’s Children and Youth committee.
Megan W., MA, BCBA
In 2001, as an undergraduate, Megan began working with children with developmental delays and autism spectrum disorder. In 2005, she began supervising and designing individualized programs for children receiving ABA services and has enjoyed all of her experiences with the families that she has worked with. She received her master’s in special education at CSUSB and completed her BCBA coursework at Florida Institute of Technology.
Diana A., MSW, BCaBA
Diana received her BS in Psychology from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California in 2010 and has worked with children with Autism since 2012. Her strong dedication to help others led her to prepare herself and obtain the certification as Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst and a Master in Social Work from SDSU-IVC. Diana believes that the best way to live a meaningful life is to serve others and share our happiness.
Danielle P., M.A., Psy.D.
B.A.- UC Santa Barbara; M.A. and Psy.D.- Alliant International University, CSPP San Diego
“I have wanted to be a child psychologist, doing this exact job, since I was 16, so it really is a dream come true for me. I enjoy being able to do what I love, working with children, and giving families hope. “
Lisa N. M.A., BCBA
Eastern CT State University: BA. Westfield State University: MA
“I am passionate about the field of Behavior Analysis and working with children with disabilities. I first became interested in working in this field when I worked at a camp for people with disabilities for 3 years when I was on breaks from University. I took an indepependent study class in Behavior Analysis my last semester and the rest is history, I knew that ABA was where I belonged. I worked in the field for 3 years in an Early Intensive Behavior Intervention program and loved every minute of it, then decided I wanted to effect more significant change by going back to school and getting my mastered degree in ABA. Since 2010, I have been working as a Behavior Analyst in ABA programs, public schools and now with children/adolescents and their families…and it all started with a summer camp. “
Paige F. BS, BCaBA
BS: Illinois College
“What I love most about my job is making a difference in people’s lives. Working with such incredible kids and their families and seeing them develop new skills, make progress, and grow in so many ways is beyond rewarding. Just knowing that I am helping to improve the quality of so many lives is the most fulfilling feeling in the world and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”
Kaitlyn S. M.Ed BCBA
BA-San Diego State University; M.Ed- Arizona State University
“I entered the field of ABA due to my strong desire to make meaningful change in the lives of my students and their families. ABA allows the practioner to focus of socially significant behaviors and develop an individual plan that encompasses behavior reduction protocols as well as skills acquisition goals which creates for the best possible outcomes for their students.”
Amanda G., MA, BCBA
Bio Coming Soon.
Kelly J., BCaBA
Bio Coming Soon