Ioanna joined Green Light in September 2016 from a special school setting in London specialising in Applied Behaviour Analysis, a scientific approach to understanding behaviour and teaching socially meaningful skills. Ioanna completed a Masters Degree at the University of Kent School for Learning Disabilities The Tizard Centre. Ioanna has 13 years of experience working with children and adults with learning disabilities and autism. While working in Greenlight, Ioanna has also studied the science of behaviour in organisations through the University of Florida and the OBM international centre. She is currently doing her Phd through Queen’s University Belfast, focusing on behavioural training and organisational approaches that increase the behavioural skills for carers and the outcomes for the individuals receiving support.
Spencer joined Green Light in June 2020 following a 7 month period teaching English in Alexandria, Egypt. Spencer has previously worked across different settings, including mainstream primary schools through to working in young offender institutes (YOI) to reduce behaviour that challenges within the prison system. He obtained his Master Degree from the University of South Wales (USW) and a Postgraduate Diploma from the same institute, completing placements at USW’s early intervention clinic and HMP Parc and YOI.
Mollie joined Green Light in August 2020 having previously worked with children using Applied Behaviour Analysis in a number of settings. Mollie completed her Masters at Bangor University in 2017 and has now completed the supervision hours required to sit the exam for board certification. For the last 3 years, she has been working on a self-employed basis designing, implementing and supervising behaviour intervention and individualised learning plans, under the supervision of Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.
Darina joined Green Light in September 2020 following two years of working as a self-employed ABA tutor. This role involved working alongside a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) designing and implementing plans to increase functional, social and academic skills, and decrease behaviours that challenge. Darina has previously worked in a number of different settings including mainstream primary schools, SEN schools and on home programmes. Darina completed a Masters Degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis at Bangor University in 2018, completing an internship in a maintained SEN school alongside her MSc. Darina is completing the 1,500 hours that are required to be eligible to sit the exam to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.
Chloe joined Green Light in October 2020 after completing her Master Degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis at Bangor University. Whilst studying, Chloe was part of the University’s internship programme, working in schools around North Wales, including primary schools and pupil referral units. In this role Chloe assisted Board Certified Behaviour Analysts in the collection of data via behavioural observations. Chloe also assisted with the implementation of behaviour plans to reduce challenging behaviour and increase emotional regulation and academic and social skills. Chloe working through the collection of the 1500 hours required to sit the exam in order to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.
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