About Our Team

Providing individualized programs for diverse learning needs. Come meet the team!

Our Philosophy

How we Operate

We use the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to promote socially significant changes in behaviour.

With our evidence-based approaches, we understanding that everyone has diverse needs and ways of learning, we strongly believe it is important to individualize our plans and programs to each of our students.

As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. It also takes a communal effort to create meaningful change in a child.

With that in mind, we place an emphasis on collaborating with other professionals (e.g., SLPs, OTs, PTs, the school team, etc.) to ensure our students are getting the support they need in the areas they need it most

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Their tailored approach and evidence-based techniques have brought about remarkable progress in my child’s behavior and communication skills. The team’s unwavering dedication and collaborative efforts have truly made a positive impact on our family’s journey. I highly recommend their expertise to any parent seeking effective support for their child’s development
Sophia D.


All of our plans and approaches are rooted in evidence-based practices.

Antecedent-based interventions
Discrete trial training
Behaviour skills training
Functional behaviour assessments
Task analysis
Differential reinforcement
Functional communication training

ABA To Go Team

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Fay Yen
MSc., BCBA (She/Her)

I entered the field of ABA as a behaviour interventionist working with autistic children in 2002. In 2013, I obtained a Master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) from St. Cloud State University and became a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). Currently., I am a Category A Registered Autism Service Provider (RASP) of British Columbia, Canada. I provide behaviour intervention services as a behaviour consultant serving families using home-based early interventions. In the home-based ABA intervention, parents are managers of the service provider team, and my job is to customize individualized learning plans for the child, training the behaviour interventionists and supporting the caregivers through this journey. I also host ABA TO GO Podcast and YouTube channel to share ABA knowledges and strategies to caregivers and teachers. I believe that altogether including service providers and caregivers, we can help our children reach their highest potential. I would love to share with everyone how we can teach effectively in a fun and motivating environment from the place of caring.

Languages I speak: English / Mandarin

Areas I serve: Vancouver, South Burnaby, Richmond

Ages I work with: Toddlers and school-aged children

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MEd., BCBA (She/Her)

I entered the field of special needs education in 2010 as a behaviour interventionist. In 2015, I received my Master of Education degree from the University of Washington in Seattle. During my internship, I served in Experimental Education Unit (an inclusive preschool classroom that teaches both kids with ASD and neurotypical children) and received mentorship from Dr. Ilene Schwartz. After working as a BCBA in Seattle for two years, I moved back to Vancouver and partnered with Fay to provide behaviour consultation in GVRD. I thoroughly enjoyed providing in-person 1-on-1 services to support families with different needs. When I am not at work, I serve in church as a youth leader and I love spending time with my husband and baby boy.

Languages I speak: English / Mandarin

Areas I serve: Tri-Cities / Surrey / Langley

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Cindy Yeung
M.A., BCBA (She/Her)

I am a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and am registered with the Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP) of British Columbia. Prior to board certification in 2022, I worked in the field for 12 years. I have experience serving individuals of diverse abilities between the ages 1.5-20. The majority of my services are provided to children with autism; I have also had the chance to work with individuals diagnosed with ADHD, intellectual disabilities and selective mutism.

I have always loved working with children since I was a teenager. For many years, I volunteered at summer camps and programs for children in the community. However, somehow it did not strike me that I could work with children as my career. In my undergraduate years, I pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and dedicated a lot of time building my profile in accounting and management. My path to working with children with special needs began in my last year of my graduate program, which ultimately changed the direction of my studies and led me to a life-long career that fills my heart. ABA has proven to be the perfect avenue to make life-changing impact both on myself and those I serve. My mission is to support families with ethical and evidence-based teaching strategies.

I am fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin; I can provide services in Cantonese and Mandarin upon request.

Languages I speak: English / Cantonese / Mandarin

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Zoë Liu
M.Ed., BCBA (She/Her)

My name is Zoë (she/her) and I am a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) with 9 years of experience supporting individuals on the autism spectrum. I started as a Behaviour Interventionist and a Special Education Assistant, then became Board Certified as a Behaviour Analyst in 2019. I completed my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology then graduated with my Master of Education with a concentration in Autism and Developmental Disabilities from the University of British Columbia. My practicum was supervised by Fay Yen (BCBA) and Dr. Sara White (BCBA-D).

I love working with my learners on developing appropriate and functional communication skills, increasing their independence, growing their emotional regulation skills, and finding meaningful ways for them to connect with their friends and family. I believe it is important to recognize that each learner has their own unique profile, way of learning, and support systems, which is why I’m so passionate about developing individualized plans that are right for them and their families. I aim to lead all my relationships and interactions with warmth, openness, and respect regardless of anyone’s abilities, backgrounds, beliefs, and identification. I hope to continue being a proud advocate for those with extra needs and to empower them as well as their network of loved ones!

When I’m not making silly faces and hopping around with the children I work with, you might spot me and Molly (my 12-year-old Yorkshire terrier) walking around the city!

Languages I speak: English

Areas I serve: Vancouver, Burnaby, and Richmond

Ages I work with: Toddlers and school-aged children

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Ting Lin
BA., BCaBA (She/Her)

I am a Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) with over 17 years of experience in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). I have worked as a behaviour interventionist, education assistant, and junior behaviour consultant. I completed my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of British Columbia and my Post-Baccalaureate ABA Certificate at Capilano University.

I specialize in early behaviour intervention, including teaching communication, social play, emotional regulation, self-help and academic skills. When interacting with children, I have a silly sense of humour, thanks to my very first client in 2005 who taught me that the best way to learn is to have fun doing it. I am also a single mother to two energetic children, who often assist me with play ideas and peer modeling.

I see tremendous value in collaborating with caregivers to teach them the behavioural strategies that may help improve their quality of life along with our clients’. My passion for this field continues to grow as I see the successes of using evidence-based methods in teaching our clients and those who care and work with them.

Languages I speak: English, Mandarin

Areas I serve: Vancouver, Burnaby, and Richmond

Ages I work with: Toddlers and school-aged children

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Sunny Lee
BA., BCaBA Candidate (She/Her)

I am working towards becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) under the supervision of Fay Yen (BCBA). I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from University of British Columbia in 2015.

I continued further education and received Early Childhood Education (ECE) with a Special Needs Diploma and Disability and Applied Behaviour Analysis advanced certificate from Douglas College. I have been working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) since the beginning of 2017. I worked with children aged from 2-12 from one end of spectrum to the other in both home and school settings. I also worked as a support teacher in preschool settings, and as an Educational Assistant for the Vancouver School District and CISVA elementary schools.

I believe every child is very unique and special. Therefore, it is my job to support children to grow and learn so that they can explore and enjoy the world around them. I truly believe life is beautiful. I hope to share my happiness and bring joy to the little ones. I am dedicated, understanding, and fun.

Languages I speak: English / Korean

Areas I serve: Vancouver, Richmond

Ages I work with: Toddlers and school-aged children

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BA, BCBA Candidate

Throughout my professional journey, I have had the privilege of collaborating with people from diverse backgrounds. The diversity of my education, which includes a Bachelor in Psychology, an MBA from San Francisco Bay University, and the BCBA program from UCSB, allows me to value the importance of positive relationships in enhancing the quality of life for individuals.

I have learned to appreciate the importance of evidence-based practice and a collaborative approach that involves close cooperation with families, caregivers, and other professionals. As a mother of two children, I prioritize respecting each child’s unique qualities and abilities, and strive to support their growth by providing flexibilities that cater to their individual needs.

Language spoken: English, Mandarin and basic conversational Cantonese

Areas served: Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster and Richmond.

Ages I work with: Toddlers, School-aged children, Pre-Teen/Tween and Teenager