Carmen has worked with children, youth, and adults with disabilities for over 15 years in schools, treatment centres, community, and group living settings. For over 10 years, Carmen coordinated and taught in the Autism and Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate Program at Fanshawe College and is a limited-term assistant professor in the Master of Professional Education (ABA) program at Western University.
She received her master’s degree in counselling psychology from the University of Lethbridge and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Saybrook University. Her research has focused on adapting counselling and clinical processes for individuals with ASD and other disabilities and social skills programming in childcare, recreation, and school settings. For the past 10 years, Carmen has also worked as a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) providing applied behaviour analysis interventions for children, youth, and adults.
Carmen understands the importance of collaboration to develop meaningful interventions that assist people in leading their best lives. Carmen is excited to be a part of the Edcommodate team, and work alongside Kimberly Maich, Clinical and School Psychologist in our London, Ontario office.