At EAP, we believe in cultivating a positive and optimistic culture that emphasises child-centricity and integrity at the heart of all that we do. Our team comprises a dynamic group of people who are committed to providing an excellent quality of treatment services of international standards as well as to influencing and impacting our national polices.
Dr. Sallows also served as Director of the Youth Counseling Program at the Children’s Psychiatric Center at the Community Mental Health Center in Freehold, New Jersey. He has taught at the University of Wisconsin and in a variety of other forums. He has published and presented nationally and internationally in the areas of child treatment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Dr. Sallows is a member of the American Psychological Association, Wisconsin Psychological Association, National register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, and the Autism Society of America.
INTERNATIONAL BCBA CONSULTANTS
Our Clinical Team are passionate individuals who are trained and experienced in bringing the best standards of intensive behavioural treatment to individuals with autism. Members of our team are also currently in the process of receiving our BCBA certification.
Jochebed was trained as a supervisor at the Wisconsin Early Autism Project, United States of America under the guidance of Dr. Glen Sallows, Ms. Tamylnn Graupner, and Ms. Michelle Sherman. She has worked with hundreds of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Malaysia, Wisconsin (United States of America), Perth (Australia) and Singapore.
In October 2016, Jochebed Isaacs launched the Hope Project, the non-profit initiative of EAP Malaysia in conjunction with celebrating the company's 10 year anniversary.
Jochebed has also trained parents, therapists, and professionals on a variety of topics including Diagnosing Autism, Introduction to Autism, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), Discrete Trial Teaching, Play and Social Skills, Communication & Language, developing positive behavior support plans etc. She has been invited to speak in many different settings in different parts of Malaysia as well as in Cambodia & Brunei. Jochebed also conducts diagnostic evaluations and developmental assessments, which includes IQ, adaptive behavior and language tests.
Jochebed has appeared on the Breakfast Show & the Bella Show on NTV7, Bernama TV, radio stations such as BFM, AFO, Capital FM and Lite FM and been featured in Malaysia’s national newspapers which include the Star, New Straits Times, Berita Harian, Harian Metro, China Press, Sin Chew Jit Poh and other magazines and online newspapers.
Charmaine obtained her Masters of Science in Mental Health from the Middlesex University London and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Bedfordshire. Charmaine worked in the field of elderly mental health in the UK for four years before returning to Malaysia. Amongst her areas of experience include individualized care planning, quality monitoring (statutory standards) and policy formulation.
As a Supervisor, Rachel oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload, conducts parent trainings and school transitions as well as ensures the quality of the development and training of the therapists on her teams.
Rachel also coordinates and conducts Developmental Assessments for all our clients (e.g. international standardized cognitive, adaptive behavior and language assessments such as the Weschler battery of assessments, the Preschool Language Scale and the Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scales) which are a part of our treatment programme here at EAP. Rachel also conducts Diagnostic Evaluations and Initial Screenings.
As a Supervisor, Sarah oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload, oversees school transitions as well as ensures the quality of the development and training of the therapists on her teams. Sarah has also been involved in the execution of company events and is also responsible for the training of new therapists.
Sarah’s vibrant personality and confident communication skills makes her a crowd favourite at emcee-ing EAP’s events as well as hosting many of EAP’s Resource videos.
Emma joined EAP in 2011 and gained experience working with different children on the autism spectrum. Emma has worked as a therapist, team leader and is currently a supervisor at EAP, overseeing individualised ABA programmes for the children on her caseload.
Emma has been involved in the training and development of team members, conducting music classes, as well as the planning and organisation of EAP’s events, in particular our Annual Family Day.
Hazim’s role as a supervisor includes overseeing individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on his caseload. Hazim also has prior experience in facilitating social skills group classes, and continues to ensure the ongoing quality of therapists on his teams.
As EAP’s sole male supervisor, Hazim primarily works with the ‘Big Boys’ at EAP, coaching them on topics such as social skills, vocation training, life skills, as well as puberty.
As a supervisor, Michelle oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload. Michelle has experience working with a range of children on the spectrum as a therapist and was also involved in the organization of external events and public presentations.
Michelle is also involved in EAP’s non-profit initiative, The Hope Project, and contributes to the organisation’s creative content as well.
Yu Chen has been involved in multiple autism awareness campaigns organised by EAP Malaysia in various international schools during World Autism Awareness Month. As a supervisor, Yu Chen oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload, as well as ensures the quality and ongoing training of the therapists on her teams.
Together with Charmaine Koay, Yu Chen also pioneered the EAP School programme in 2018 and continues to oversee this key service at EAP.
Evie has gained experience working with different children on the autism spectrum. She has been involved in conducting Social Skills Group Classes, and currently oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload, training of new therapists, planning and organisation of EAP’s events and is involved in the clinical decisions for the organisation’s operations.
As an EAP Supervisor, Jean oversees individualised Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) programmes for the children on her caseload. Jean has experience working with a range of children on the spectrum as a therapist and is also involved in conducting developmental assessments for the children in EAP.
Jean has been involved in the training and development of team members, as well as overseeing the centre’s operations and facilities.
As a Supervisor, Jolene oversees the clinical ABA programmes for the children on her caseload, conducts parent trainings locally and provides international consultation to a family overseas. Jolene coordinates the assessments team at EAP, and conducts a variety of developmental or parent assessments for all our clients. She is also the overseeing Supervisor for the Social Skills Group Class, a group programme for EAP's intermediate learners.
Stephanie is also involved in EAP's non-profit initiative, The Hope Project, and contributes to the organisation's creative content as well, including the website, blog and other media resources.
Our Administrative Team is a multi-disciplinary team that comprises of highly motivated individuals who play a critical role in ensuring the efficiency and management of day-to-day operations, events, finances, processes and core support functions at EAP.
Alice overseas the administrative processes at EAP, which includes client management and intake, finance, as well as human resources.
Our Therapy Team comprises of young and energetic individuals who are committed to the children in their care. Due to the nature of the job, our therapy team primarily comprises of young staff and degree holders in the field of Psychology, Early Childhood Education or other relevant mental health fields. All our therapists receive EAP’s internal intensive initial training and ongoing supervision to utilise the Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) approach to deliver treatment to individuals with autism.
Careers at EAP Malaysia
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