I received my doctorate in Psychology, emphasis in applied behavior analysis and minor in Special Education, from the University of Florida. I am a published researcher and board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level and, when I am not teaching at Douglas College, I have an active clinical practice providing evidence -based assessments and interventions for children and youth with developmental and other complex disabilities and their families.
M.S. (St. Cloud University), BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)
Sherise has worked in the field of behaviour intervention for over 20 years. She currently balances her time between teaching courses at Douglas College and working privately supporting young children (and their families) diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Most recently she opened a clinic-based program that offers Early Start Denver Model intervention services which is located at the Pacific Autism Family Network building in Richmond.
DACS Department Coordinator and Instructor
BA (Alberta), M.Ed. (Athabasca), PhD-ABD (Simon Fraser University)
Educational Technology & Learning Design, specializing in UDL & inclusive teaching in post-secondary.
RN, Hon. BSN (UBC) Nursing, MEd (Simon Fraser University) Curriculum and Instruction: Inclusion and Diversity