Case Supervisors provide on-going supervision and parent training to develop the child’s intervention program. Minimally, supervisors have a master’s degree in psychology or a related field; have three or more years of clinical experience working directly with children; and use developmental, relationship-based, behavioral interventions to address the child’s developmental needs in the home, school and/or community.
Esther Arnold, M.A.
Clarissa Cota, M.A.
Trinh Hong, M.S.W.
Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker
Trinh has a master’s in Social Work and is a credentialed school social worker. She has nearly 20 years of experience in staff development and managing behavior programs for children and families in both the school and home settings. She has a passion for integrating technology and program development. In addition to clinical case supervision, she provides staff trainings on behavior interventions, data collection, and general staff development.
Elizabeth Kekahuna, M.S.
Elizabeth received her master’s in counseling with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy. She has worked within the Los Angeles Unified School District and in home programs for over 14 years. She uses a systems approach with an emphasis on relationships to help individuals and families achieve their goals.
Melinda Martinez, M.A.
Deborah Spengler, M.S.
Debbie has worked within the Los Angeles Unified School District and in home programs for over 20 years. She uses an integrative approach with a focus on relationships to help individuals and families achieve their goals. She is particularly passionate about supporting alternative communication and is working to broaden the current understanding and perspective of neurodiverse individuals.