Jordyn has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Guelph, as well as a Masters degree in Special Education, with an emphasis on Applied Behaviour Analysis (“ABA”) from Arizona State University. She has been a registered behaviour technician (“RBT”) since 2017 and is currently working towards the fulfilment of her BCBA credential. She has worked as an instructor therapist within various environments, including classroom and home settings.
Throughout her career thus far, she has helped to implement and design programs to teach life skills, as well as academics. In 2019, she served as a lead instructor for one of the first ABA-based classrooms in Ontario; designed to teach students on the spectrum how to acquire academic and social skills in a group setting. Jordyn is passionate about education and contributing to the lives of others. In her experience working with clients on the spectrum, she has found that every case is unique. She takes pride in witnessing the incredible growth that her clients display.
In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, reading, listening to podcasts and playing guitar.