Dra. Maria Carolina Martone
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With a degree in Occupational Therapy from the Universidade de SÃ£o Paulo (USP), a Specialization in Mental Health from the Universidade Federal de SÃ£o Carlos (UNIFESP), residency at The New England Center for Children, and a Master's degree in Experimental Psychology (Behavior Analysis) by PUC-SP, she is currently undertaking a Doctorate course in Psychology at the SÃ£o Carlos Federal University - UFSCAR, and a member of the human learning, multimidia and CBT Laboratory (LAHMIEI). She is also a teacher at NÃºcleo Paradigma Behavior Analysis, and a Collaborator of the infant and teenage Unit of the Universidade Federal de SÃ£o Paulo (UPIA/UNIFESP).
Ms., BCBA Nicole Bank
Undergraduate degrees at the University of Colorado-Boulder in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences and in Psychology. She received her MasterÂ’s degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. In addition to being president of Four Corners ABA, she is also a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TxABA). Nicole has been working with children with autism for 18 years as an implementer, senior therapist and consultant. She currently owns and operates The PartnerShip, LLC providing education consultation for children with developmental disabilities. She is also a student in the Interdisciplinary Information Sciences PhD program at the University of North Texas.
Dra. Christiana GonÃ§alves Meira de Almeida
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Holding a degree in Psychology, a specialization in Health Psychology, a MasterÂ’s degree in Learning and Development Psychology from SÃ£o Paulo State University (UNESP) and a Doctorate in Psychology by the Federal University at SÃ£o Carlos (UFSCar) and doctoral internship by the University of Kansas, she started working with early intervention with children at risk in 2004. She is currently working as an ABA therapist. She is also researching into teaching verbal behavior to young children in the Social Interaction Laboratory (LIS - UFSCar).