BioKylie completed her Master of Social Work degree at the University of Toronto, specializing in the field of children and families. She is a registered Clinical Social Worker and has a wealth of knowledge and experience providing individual and family counselling to support the overall well being of children and their families.
Kylie has extensive experience in treating the areas of ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, ODD, mood disorders, aggression and emotional regulation challenges. Kylie is certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, with a specialization in treating anxiety disorders. She is also a certified Triple P group facilitator (an evidence based parenting program) and utilizes these skills to assist parents/guardians in managing and reducing challenging behaviours. Kylie practices from a strengths-based and client centered perspective.
Dr. Eng completed his doctorate in Applied Developmental Psychology at the University of Toronto. He is a registered psychologist who works with children, adolescents, and adults. He is caring, compassionate, focused on the welfare of the client(s) and he employs
a multidimensional approach.
He has worked with children, adolescents, adults and their families in coping with emotional (anxiety, depression, anger, etc.), behavioral, social, learning and attention challenges. He enjoys psychotherapy with individuals, but also in relationships (couples, parent-child, family). He has also counseled adults who have suffered significant physical injuries in the work place and motor vehicle accidents. He has also been involved with veterans and their significant others in coping with trauma.
Dr. Sonia Levy (PhD ABA) is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) with experience helping clients in a multitude of areas, including decreasing challenging behaviors, expanding food repertoires, skill acquisition programs, curriculum development, developing the necessary and appropriate skills for group instruction, and classroom management. Through both school and work, she has gained experience working with children of various ages, diagnoses, and developmental abilities.
Her educational career began at McMaster University where she earned an H.BSc. Kinesiology degree with a minor in religious studies before completing the certificate in Autism and Behaviour Sciences program at Seneca College. She then went on to earn both her M.S. and PhD in ABA at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and became a BCBA in August 2015. Behaviour analysis is not only her passion, but a field that she believes could make a huge difference in the world.
BioKerry-Anne Robinson is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who has been providing services to children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities for over 15 years. She received a Bachelor of Science with honours, majoring in Psychology from the University of Toronto and a Master of Education degree from the University of Alberta, majoring in Special Education. Her graduate research and projects focused on vocational training for adults with developmental disabilities and included an internship at the Princeton Child Develop Institute.
Kerry-Anne has experience providing services for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities of all ages, ranging from toddler to middle-aged, in a variety of settings. She also has experience and training working with families with adolescents who engage in oppositional and delinquent behaviour She has provided training to students, staff and care providers on functional behaviour assessment, teaching functional living skills, precision teaching and preparing for life after high school. She has taught courses and guest lectured at George Brown College, Brock University, and the University of Alberta. She has presented at local and international conferences on things such as; teaching vocational skills to adolescents with ASD, developing effecting behaviour interventions in non-clinical settings and teaching social skills to children with ASD.
Kerry-Anne has a younger brother with ASD, thus has first hand experience of the impacts living with someone with ASD can have on the family and the challenges individuals with ASD and their family may face as they transition through various life stages.
Jessica has earned an Honours Bachelor of Art’s degree in Psychology from Dalhousie University and a Master of Social Work degree from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work in New York City. She has professional memberships with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, as well as the Ontario Association of Social Workers.
Jessica is a Social Worker with clinical experience working with culturally diverse populations in children’s hospitals, mental health and residential settings. She utilizes a holistic, strength-based, client centred approach in her work with children and families, while incorporating creative techniques such as art and play therapy to keep children engaged and promote self-expression. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Level 1), focusing on techniques for children with anxiety. Jessica is thrilled to be a part of the Integrate Health Services team and is dedicated to supporting children and their families to be better equipped with the tools to cope with life’s challenges.
BioLauren Sugar is Board Certified Behaviour analyst (BCBA) with over 6 years of experience working in clinics delivering ABA therapy to children with Autism and other developmental disabilities. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology, from the University of Western Ontario in 2012. Since then, she completed the Master of Applied Disability Studies program, specializing in ABA. Lauren is very excited to be working with the children and their families at Integrate Health Services!
Bio **Currently on Maternity Leave**Kim completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts with a Specialization in Psychology and a Minor in Visual Arts at the University of Western Ontario. Kim went on to complete the Graduate Diploma Program at the Toronto Art Therapy Institute. Kim is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and a Professional Member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association. Kim has extensive experience providing Psychotherapy and Art Therapy tochildren, adolescents, older adults, and families both one-on-one and in groups. Kim uses a wide range of evidence-based treatment interventions and a Client Centered approach to equip clients with tools to adapt and manage challenges in their lives. Kim strives to improve the quality of life and general well-being of her clients.
When she is not working as a Psychotherapist and Art Therapist, Kim focuses on creating her own artwork. Kim understands and values the benefits of engaging with art materials through the work that she does asan Art Therapist, aswell as through her own practice, which she views as a form of self-care.
Bio Michelle has completed her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Health Studies from the University of Toronto, Advanced Diploma in Behaviour Science Technology at George Brown College, and Master of Professional Education degree, specializing in the area of Applied Behaviour Analysis at Western University. Michelle is currently preparing to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.
Throughout her professional career Michelle has worked with a variety of populations in both clinical and therapeutic recreational settings. Michelle believes that overall well-being requires a comprehensive approach from multiple disciplines as well as a focus on individual strengths. She loves working with her clients and their families to reach goals and work towards achieving independence for her clients in their day-to-day lives.
Bio Yogeetha completed her Bachelors of Arts (Honours) in Psychology at York University and went on to receive her postgraduate certificate in Autism and Behavioural Sciences from George Brown College. Yogeetha has experience working with children with various diagnoses such as ASD, ADHD, and learning disability. She finds this field very rewarding and enjoys seeing the children progress through their development of various skill acquisitions. Currently, she is working towards obtaining her BCaBA certification.
Bio Sabrina earned a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counselling from Niagara University following the completion of her Honours Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences at the University of Toronto. Sabrina is a professional member of the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association and the International Association of Trauma Professionals. Sabrina utilizes a client-centered, evidenced-based, and culturally sensitive counselling approach, in order to provide individualized support to youth, young adults, and families. Additionally, Sabrina has received training in Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (Level 1), Trauma informed therapy, and Narrative Therapy, which she incorporates throughout her practice. Through previous work and internship positions, Sabrina has experience supporting youth, young adults, and families within individual and group counselling settings, for a variety of mental health, adjustment, and emotion regulation challenges. Sabrina remains passionate about supporting the healthy functioning of youth, young adults, and family units, and is excited to do this within a multi-disciplinary setting at Integrate Health Services.
BioAshley Arriola graduated with her Child and Youth Studies undergraduate degree and Business minor from Brock University and completed her diploma in Early Childhood Education at Centennial College. She has a diverse range of experiences working with children, youth, and adults with Autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities.
By implementing Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), she learned the importance of shaping and guiding children’s behaviour with evidence-based practice. With her compassion to make an impact towards children’s potential, Ashley is thrilled to work alongside an enthusiastic, creative, and knowledgeable team driven by the goal of improving children’s lives in our community. Behaviour therapy and social services is a field of interest she plans to continue to develop.
Bio Lauretta Bastianpillai is a Senior Therapist at Integrate Health Services with over 7 years of experience working with clients with developmental challenges including autism, ADHD, global developmental delay, decreasing challenging behaviours and implementing skill acquisition to teach necessary and appropriate skills both in individual and group settings.
Upon completion of an Honours in Bachelor of Science degree (specializing in Psychology), from the University of Toronto, and a post graduate program in Behavioural Science and Autism, she continued her education to a earn a Masters of Science degree in ABA at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is currently working on a thesis to complete her masters program and is expected to graduate in Summer 2019. Her passion in the field of ABA has lead her to not only be an advocate for children on the spectrum but to also support and train families to reach their goals, which is a chance for their children to integrate into society and achieve independence as adults.
Ashley completed her Master of Occupational Therapy Studies at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. She is a registered Occupational Therapist with over 8 years of clinical experience in pediatrics, servicing both the Toronto and Durham regions.
Ashley has extensive experience treating the areas of sensory processing, self-regulation, fine and gross motor skill development, handwriting, self-care (dressing and hygiene), attention and planning/organizational skills. She is a certified Level 3 Oral Placement Therapy (OPT) provider and has devoted a significant focus of her practice to children with feeding difficulties. She uses oral sensory, oral motor and behavioural approaches to help families manage ‘picky eaters’ and to support children with more medically complex feeding needs. Ashley uses a client-centered approach to help children and families grow and learn together. She is dedicated to helping each child be the best that they can be at home, school and in the community.
Bio Our team of Instructor Therapists provides direct Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) services in a 1:1 and group setting with clients. All therapists have a wide range of educational backgrounds and experiences working directly withchildren who have a diagnosis of Autism, ADHD, Learning Disorders or who have different exceptionalities. Many of our Instructor Therapists have an Undergraduate Degree or Certificate in the field of Autism and Behavioural Science, Teaching, Early Childhood Education and Child and Youth Work.
Our teams of Instructor Therapists receive thorough training prior to meeting with clients in order to effectively prepare and deliver ABA and IBI services relevant to their client’s needs. Every individual is passionate about their role and continue to collaborate and grow together!
Bio Our team of Lead Instructor Therapists provide assistance and support their team’s Senior Therapist and the clients under their ST’s supervision. Lead Instructor Therapists assist in preparing and monitoring assessments, developing programs and client materials, and in the completion of client documents. Lead Instructor Therapists also provide coaching and support to the team of Instructor Therapists and work one-on-one and in-group environments with children and youth providing Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services.