Alexie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with 10 years of experience in ABA. Alexie has a Masters in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Washington (UW) . Alexie's journey in ABA began in 2012 during an internship at a group home providing ABA treatment to adults and children with developmental delays. Under the mentorship of BCBAs, Alexie designed and conducted functional analyses, developed treatment plans, and trained group home staff to implement these plans. Shortly after, Alexie became certified as an assistant behavior analyst and then as a BCBA. Alexie has experience with conducting ABA therapy, RBT supervision, assessments, treatment plans, parent training, and more. He specializes in early intervention, behavioral feeding therapy, toilet training, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECs), verbal behavior therapy, instructional programming, and functional analyses.
Virginia Serpas, M.A. BCBA
Co-founder & Clinical Director
Virginia is a bilingual Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with over 7 years of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis.. Virginia began working in the field as a behavior technician right after college. During this time, she completed ABA coursework at the Florida Institute of Technology to become an assistance behavior analyst while gaining experience in an early intervention clinic and a group home. Virginia completed her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of South Florida and completed fieldwork experience to become a BCBA. Virginia has worked with children with autism in in clinics, homes, and community settings. She has a vast knowledge in ABA principle. She has worked with children with autism in various settings and has experience in early intervention ABA therapy, verbal behavior therapy, behavior assessments, treatment plan development, supervision, parent training and more.