Jenny is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). She obtained her Master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) from Bangor University in the United Kingdom in 2018. She earned her degree in Bachelor of Science in Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia in 2012.
Jenny has an impressive experience and is especially interested in providing supervision and direct training on educational and behaviour programs to behavioural therapists, as well as providing ongoing clinical and educational services to learners. She has received extensive training in designing and implementing Interview-Informed Synthesized Contingency Analysis (IISCA), Practical Functional Assessment (PFA) and Skill-Based Treatment (SBT), trained by Dr. Shannon Ward (BCBA-D), and the work of Dr. Gregory Hanley (BCBA-D) to decrease learner’s challenging behaviour and replace problem behaviour with alternative skills. Jenny is skilled in data collection software (i.e., Instant Data, Instant Analyzer) and implement data-based interventions to meet learner’s individualized needs.
Putting a smile on a child’s face has always been the reason behind most of the things Jenny does in her life. Jenny has embarked on the journey of learning ABA for almost a decade now. Prior to joining TDCC, Jenny has worked in the special educational needs’ settings using behaviour analytic approach in Malaysia and in the UAE. At TDCC, Jenny loves working with parents, specialists, therapists, and educators using the evidence-based approaches of developmental learning and the behaviour analytic approach to address the individual needs of every child. TDCC believes in multi-dimensional learning approaches, and this has been an ongoing practice across all practitioners in the centre of which Jenny upholds it by heart.