What’s your favorite part about what you do?
I love my work with autistic and sensory-sensitive children. The best part of my job is when parents appreciate my work and compliment me, especially when they notice significant improvements in their children after therapy sessions. This satisfaction is the biggest reward for me, boosting my confidence and motivating me to work even more with great determination.”
How has your IBCCES training/credential helped you in your career?
The IBCCES Certified Autism Specialist training has significantly benefited me, enhancing my knowledge and understanding of autism and other neurodivergence. It has provided me with a platform for international recognition through its professional training. The IBCCES certification, coupled with my additional training, has given me more confidence to work with great dedication and motivation in the field.
How do you use/implement what you learned in the IBCCES certification training?
The concepts I learned through IBCCES training were very helpful when I practically applied them in my daily therapy sessions. Many of my clients’ behavioral issues were also managed as I applied the behavioral strategies I learned through my CAS training.