Cassandra has an extensive background in health services delivery in the UK, Germany, and Canada. She has completed coursework in applied behaviour analysis through Florida Instituted of Technology (FIT), as well as advanced training through the University of New Brunswick as a clinical supervisor in their autism intervention program.
She helped children from age 4 to adulthood with social skills development problems and challenging behaviour using the ABA approach. Through this evidence-based practice, she was able to identify the children’s behaviour and change their environment to guarantee their success.
Cassandra is the only Lego-trained therapist in Saskatchewan, having trained under the founder of Lego therapy, Dr. Daniel Legoff, a neuropsychologist in the United States. She runs workshops on all aspects of behaviour locally and in northern regions of the province for indigenous groups and organizations.
Cassandra provides family and individual therapy, teaches early childhood education, and runs workshops on understanding invisible disabilities in Saskatoon. She is a strong advocate for disability awareness and is also a past volunteer board member of: