Executive Functions are a set of higher order mental processes that allow an individual, or in this case, children; the ability to control their thoughts, actions, and attention in their ever-changing environment. Often, children can present with executive functioning issues as a result of many different factors such as Autism and ADHD. Below are some […]
About Faith Champ
Faith Champ is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with over four years experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. She earned her Master of Arts in Psychology and Certificate of BCBA Re-specialization from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Faith spent three years focusing on the pediatric population primarily in home where she worked to address behavioral concerns during meal time, play time, after- school academics/tutoring, potty-training, parent-coaching and bed-time support.
Faith has extensive experience in providing school support through IEP meetings, as a shadow/school aide and building rapport with teachers and school staff. Additional education experience include Graduate certificates in Child Advocacy and Public Policy, and Early Childhood Administration, Management, and Leadership.
A new mobile game is igniting some sparks in children with Autism. Pokémon Go, is a mobile based gaming application which uses GPS and reality to encourage users to “Catch them all” throughout neighborhood and local areas. Many children with Autism, who already gravitate to video games and electronics, are certainly interested in the craze. […]
Many parents often ask- What is a BCBA? And what exactly do you do every day? Well, A Board Certified Behavior Analyst, or a BCBA, as defined by the BACB, is an individual who has received a doctoral or graduate degree, completed coursework in Behavior Analysis, and has completed countless hours of supervised practical experience, […]