Fraser Valley Area Team
Jennifer Watson, BA, Behaviour Consultant
Jennifer has been a member of our Monarch House Fraser Valley team for 3.5 years. She began with us as a Behaviour Interventionist, soon transitioning to a Senior Behaviour Interventionist role as she completed her undergraduate degree in psychology. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, Jennifer began her Master’s in Education in Curriculum and Instruction (with an ABA focus) at Arizona State University. In addition to her education and experience within the field, Jennifer brings empathy, passion, and dedication to her clients. As a Behaviour Consultant, she works hard to ensure that her clients successfully transition from early intervention therapy,
Morgan Dionne, Senior Behaviour Interventionist, Therapy Assistant
Morgan graduated in 2016 from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in Psychology. Throughout university, her main educational focus was on clinical disorders, cognition, perception, development, and ethics. She started at Monarch House in 2017 as a Behaviour Interventionist. It was through this hands-on, educational experience that she developed a special interest in early intervention especially when it came to communication. In 2018 she was promoted to Speech-Language Pathology assistant which allowed her to take a more active role in the communication development of our clients. She has experience working with children with a variety of speech and language disorders including; Autism, Developmental Delays, Down Syndrome, Hearing Loss, PDD, and Creatine Transporter Deficiency. She has also received specialized Training in PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System Level 1).
Spencer Justice, Behaviour Consultant
Spencer has been a member of the Monarch House Fraser Valley team for 1 year. He started as a Behaviour Interventionist while finishing up his undergraduate degree with a major in Psychology at UFV. Currently, he is applying to the Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (ABA focus) online program through Arizona State University, where he will complete his degree while working concurrently as a consultant for Monarch House. Spencer runs various social groups each night at Monarch House and works intensively with clients on a 1:1 basis. Spencer brings non-judgmental, kind, and dedicated service to his clients, and works to ensure parents and children receiving services can effectively work towards the goals that are most important to them.
Tommy Kim, Behaviour Consultant
Tommy is fascinated with behaviour. He has worked continuously in the field since 2007 and has since earned his B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in ASD at SFU, as well as his advanced certificate in disability and ABA from Douglas College. He is currently pursuing his graduate studies at Arizona State University and hopes to complete his behaviour analyst certification in the near future. Tommy is well rounded in his skills and specializes in classroom behaviour, social thinking and functional development. He loves problem-solving and thinking outside of the box to find creative solutions that optimize positive reinforcement. Tommy is committed to the ethical practice of ABA and is excited to share in his passion with the Monarch House family.
Kelly Wong, Occupational Therapist
Kelly completed her undergraduate degree at the University of the Fraser Valley, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with an extended minor in Biology. She later pursued her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and is registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia (COT-BC). Kelly has experience working with children and youth through prior experience with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Fraser Valley and as a behavioural interventionist. She is passionate about connecting with clients and their families and helping them reach their goals.
Speech and Language
David Rennie, Speech-Language Pathologist
David graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, before travelling out to Brisbane, Australia to complete his Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology Studies at the University of Queensland. He has worked with children both through the clinical component of his degree as well as while working many years at a summer camp. David is registered with both the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia (CSHHPBC) and the British Columbia Association of Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists (BCASLPA). David enjoys working with children and really values the opportunity to help them communicate.
Erin Bean, BI Manager
Erin graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelors of Education minoring in curriculum and instruction. She has over ten years of experience working with children in multiple settings, such as camps, daycares and home settings. Erin has experience working as behaviour interventionist with children under the age of 6 in home and center-based programs since 2016. She is passionate about providing services to families with a collaborative approach.