The Behaviour Change Clinic was founded by Tana Richards, M.Ed., BCBA, in 2007. Starting as an ABA tutor during her college career in the USA, Tana immediately fell in love with working with children with autism and the difference ABA made in their and their families lives.
In 2002, Tana moved to the UK where she continued her experience in ABA and has since worked with over 250 children and adults with all types of neurodiversities including Autism, Aspergers, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Downs Syndrome, ADHD, and Social-Communication delays. In 2016, Tana moved to BC where she is currently providing Behaviour Consultation services. She oversees all of her UK based clients.
Tana’s goal is to teach children to communicate, to advocate for themselves, to empower children and to prepare and integrate individuals into society as they become older.
Pushwinder has been working with the Behaviour Change Clinic since 2017. She has experience working with children from the ages 18 months to 15 years. Pushwinder is proficient in setting up new ABA programmes at home and working in collaboration with local mainstream schools and nurseries. This includes developing behaviour support plans, continued supervision and management of ABA programmes and training parents and tutors. Pushwinder has a BSc in Human Communication and Law, and MSc in Applied Behavioural Analysis. She is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.