• Associate Clinical Supervisor, California Psych Care (Service for Autism and related disorders):
Duties: My responsibilities included but were not limited in Supervising cases utilizing ABA methodologies, tactics, and procedures, design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum, provide instructional feedback to direct staff on assigned cases, collect and analyze data to be used in quarterly progress reports, draft conceptually well written and grammatically correct quarterly progress reports, outlining the child’s strengths and deficits. Reports should reflected progress, challenges and relevant future goals and strategies, In addition, I provided in home ABA methodologies, tactics, and procedures for training parents to teach their children new skills and manage behaviors, and I organized and conducted monthly clinical team meetings for each assigned case.
• Behavioral Instructor, California Psych Care (Service for Autism and related disorders):
Duties: providing in-home services to children with developmental disabilities specifically Autistic children under the management of the agency Manager, and Clinical Director. My responsibilities included but were not limited to providing behavior management, discrete trial training, fluency instruction, verbal behavior analysis, social skills, applied behavioral analysis, and parent education to families with developmental disabilities.
• Child Enrichment aide, CUIDAR program, California State University, SB:
Duties: Worked in a supervised setting with individual and small groups of preschool-aged children in a children’s program which runs concurrent to weekly parenting classes. I was involved in implementing planned curriculum activities and helping out as needed in the implementation of the children’s program. This internship also included 2 hours of training each week during the quarter.
• Founding Editor, PSRJ:
Psychology Student Research Journal (PSRJ) at California State University San Bernardino.
This journal is a university academic journal, under the supervision of CSUSB, department of psychology.
• Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology at CSUSB:
Advance Human Development course and an Introduction to Psychology course.
Duties: As a TA for the Advance Human Development course, my responsibilities included giving lectures and supervising students\’ research work. I also reviewed their projects and provided constructive feedback on their work, as well as grading each student’s project.
• Many years working as a coach with couples, parents, children and individuals who were dealing with some hurdles in life and wanted to build and develop a better future.