Our Clinical Specialists

Our Clinical Specialists

AES has other experts who specialise in particular areas.

Group Training Specialist

Graduating from Curtin University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Chloe began working with AES in 2010. She is a Registered Behavioural Technician and her previous roles at AES have included Behavioural Technician, Case Manager, and Program Supervisor. After returning from maternity leave, Chloe stepped into the special group training specialist role and is a trained facilitator for the Secret Agent Society (SAS) social skills program run by AES.

Chloe runs our Secret Agent Society and Junior Explorers social skills programs.

Pre-Kindy Specialist

Case Manager Kathy, has been a member of the AES team for 13 years. Kathy worked in the area of special needs for 10 years prior to joining AES. Kathy’s speciality is on boarding of the new diagnosed littlies, into their very first program. This is a big step for a child and a big step for their family. Kathy is able to navigate your child through the anxiety of their first formal learning acquisition with a great mix of technical and behaviour skills, a high level of reinforcement and fun.

As well as her ABA, DDT background, Kathy has gained competencies as a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) and is a trained Secret Agent Society (SAS) practitioner. Kathy has also completed accredited St Johns First Aid training.

Kathy is our Senior Facilitator for our Mummy (or Daddy) & Me programs.

Adolescent Specialist

Georgia began working with AES in 2014 and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology in the same year. She is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) and is a trained facilitator of the Secret Agent Society (SAS) social skills program. She is currently completing a Master of Sexology at Curtin University. Georgia has experience working with adolescent children. She specialises in assisting teenagers going through puberty and to teach healthy relationship skills, sexual risk reduction, sexual behaviour and safety.

Georgia also specialises in working with schools from mid-primary to secondary, to provide transitionary support, behaviour management techniques, attend meetings with parents, school staff and other professionals, to assist with the individual issues children with an autism diagnosis may face in their education facility.

Our Behaviour Interventionists

We have a team of Behaviour Interventionists who are fully trained and experienced in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and therapeutic methodologies.

Our team have undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Education, Psychology, and other related fields. They have extensive experience implementing various ABA techniques and programs. They are also required to complete and maintain as a minimum the Registered Behaviour Technician paraprofessional credential through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.