Krista is a passionate and driven behavioural therapist who loves working with children from various academic and behavioural backgrounds. She has always had a goal as a nurturer to be an essential part of the learning process and accomplishments of children. She has worked in various settings such as IBI/ABA centres, group homes with highly behavioural clients, brain injury clinics, middle schools and home-based therapy. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Honours Diploma in Behavioural Science Technology specializing in ASD and Developmental Disabilities as well as her RBT (Registered Behavioural Technician) credential. Her passion and dedication to see each child succeed is what has driven her to continue to do this valuable work within our community. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, walking her dogs and painting!
Kim has a Masters of Science in Psychology and has been a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) since 2017. She feels extremely passionate about her field and how it can help many children and people reach their fullest potential. She has been working one to one and as supervising clinician for 21 years with children/teens on the Autism Spectrum. Behaviour therapy can be applied to learning, speech, social skills, and many other areas of a person’s
day. Kim is dedicated to make learning fun and thinks it is essential for parents and caregivers to be involved in the learning process. She has worked in many different environments such as IBI/ABA centres, homes, schools, and the community. Kim strives to deliver the best behaviour therapy and consultation that she can and loves to see her clients achieve their goals. In her free time, she enjoys snowmobiling, skating, skiing, swimming and anything else you can do outside!
Alicia has a Masters of Applied Disability Studies and has been a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) since 2016. She feels extremely passionate about inclusion and how applied behaviour analysis can help many children and people be an active member in their community. Alicia has supported individuals with a range of different diagnosis in many different settings. She has experience implementing ABA out in the community, in the home environment, treatment centre as well as in the school environment. Alicia is dedicated to reaching the families goals by creating individualized programs while having parents and caregivers play a crucial role in the support plan. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters and cheering on her favourite sports teams!
Elizabeth graduated University of Toronto Scarborough Campus with a Bachelors of Science studying Psychology. She has been working with kids since she was in the 7th grade where she started as a kindergarten lunchroom helper. Elizabeth has a passion for teaching kids and helping them achieve their goals and is excited to be part of this amazing team. She is hoping to get her RBT certification to continue her pursuit of helping others. She enjoys sports such as soccer, swimming, skiing, and rugby. In her free time she enjoys watching movies, playing games with her friends and enjoying activities outdoors!
Sarah graduated from King’s University College with an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree, studying Childhood and Social Institutions as well as Social Justice and Peace Studies. Sarah has been working with children since she was in Grade 6, volunteering with schools and daycares. Sarah has worked with children and adults in a teaching capacity for over 5 years. She is a fun and friendly child care worker who enjoys providing children with essential care and education. Sarah is enthusiastic about creating an environment that is inspiring, fun, safe, and adaptive to every child’s needs. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, going for walks and keeping up with professional sports!
Momina recently moved to Barrie in January from Sudbury. She graduated in August of 2021 and specialized in Gerontology at Laurentian University. Momina has worked in various roles with adults such as home care worker, RSW, activity assistant, and mental health support to the indigenous population. She also has experience working 1:1 with children within a daycare setting. She is excited to use her experience and ideas within her therapy sessions and is happy to be part of the Helping Hearts Learning Group team!
Alexis graduated University Of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor Of Science in Psychology and public policy. She has been working with kids for over 11 years beginning with volunteer work at daycares and special education classrooms. She has 1:1 home based experience with children working with children with autism. She enjoys teaching kids and seeing them succeed. She is in the process of obtaining her RBT certification. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and horseback riding!