Aimee Herrera, M.S., BCBA
Behavior Analyst, Autism Specialist
Aimee specializes in behavioral interventions for young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. She completed a B.A. in Psychology at UCLA and a M.Sc. in Mental Health Studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who uses naturalistic behavioral interventions to teach communication, social interaction, play and academic readiness skills. Aimee worked a child development specialist at UCLA's Center for Autism Research & Treatment from 2013-2020, where she provided parent education & training for two ACE Program studies for young children ages 12-36 months who were at-risk for developing autism spectrum disorder. She has also worked as a member of several multi-disciplinary clinics in Los Angeles and collaborated with families & professionals internationally. Aimee provides a range of services including care coordination for newly diagnosed children, parent education & training, focused ABA programs, school readiness and social skills programs.
Meet the Team
Social Skills Group, RBT, BCBA Supervisee
Andrea has worked in education for children and young adults for more than 10 years. She completed her B.A. in English at Pepperdine University and M.A. in Art History at Kings College London. In addition, she is completing coursework and training in applied behavior analysis at Cal State San Marcos. Her work synthesizes art, education, and intervention for children with autism and other learning differences. Andrea has worked with children between the ages of 2-8 years old in multiple clinical and educational settings. Currently, she is the co-leader of Los Amigos Social Club, a play group dedicated to promoting the social-emotional development of children with autism. She brings her experience teaching art history at a local community college and co-curating an international exhibition at the Getty Museum to incorporate the arts into Los Amigos sessions. Art projects are designed to create connections with friends, support social communication, explore different perspectives, and develop new interests in an inclusive environment.