Mr. Jason Garner graduated as a Behavior Analyst with a B.A in Psychology from the University of Southern California and completed an M.A. in Psychology from the University of Nevada. He has worked in the field of ABA for 18 years, provided in home supervision and has taught parents and therapists how to deliver ABA programs that have been specifically designed for many children of ages ranging from 1.5 years to 22 years. Jason provides workshops on challenging behaviours, and teaches individuals how to implement behaviour support programs in the home, community and school settings. Furthermore, he provides consultative support to individual families and school districts in several other countries.

Ms. Carrie Green, M.S., BCBA graduated from and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, in May 2003. She then received a Master of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis in Developmental Disabilities in August 2004 from Auburn University. In December 2004, Carrie received her certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB®) and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®).

Ms. Carrie Green has been working in the field of Autism and Developmental Disabilities for 15 years in settings spanning across adult group homes and day centers, child day centers, and school and residential facilities in America and Europe. She has worked with individuals from age 2 to age 50 and across a vast behavioural repertoire. Throughout her career, Carrie has been involved in individual programmatic work, organization-wide and State-wide policy reform, expanding the awareness and services of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, and the opening of an ABA school in Ireland.

Nicole received a Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology in 2005. She graduated with a Master’s in Applied Behavioral Analysis from the University of Ulster in Coleraine in 2013. In November 2016, Nicole received her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Nicole has experience working in the field of developmental disabilities and autism for 14 years. Nicole has worked using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in Ireland, United States and the Middle East. Throughout her career Nicole has worked in clinic, residential, school and community settings.

Nicole has trained parents to implement programs at home, and therapists in clinic and school settings. Her clinical interests include early intervention, independent living skills and functional analysis of behaviors that challenge.

Kate grew up in Sunderland, in the North East of England and studied at the University of Sunderland. In 2004 she gained a Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education with Qualified Teaching Status, specializing in Early Years Education and Special Educational Needs.

Kate has taught for 13 years across the primary age range, 5 of which have been in Dubai.

Kate is truly passionate about teaching children of all abilities, she believes that all children should have an exciting and creative learning experience and seeks to provide that for all the children in her care.

Matthew is a Case Manager who worked within the field of Autism, and alongside those with special needs for the past 15 years. He is an outgoing, passionate individual, who brings energy and drive to all that he does. Matthew is easily approachable, with a proven track record of providing professional support to patients, clients, staff and all whom he comes across. He has transitioned these principles into his position as Training Coordinator for all new and current clinical staff at Maharat learning Centre, providing on-going evaluations and supervision to therapists,  while continuing to implement ABA programs as modified under Maharat learning centres system.

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