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Michelle de Beer
Behavior Consultant

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Hi I’m Michelle! I am a behaviour consultant who has been working with autistic children and parents for over 21 years. I have been lucky enough to help many amazing families from early years to adulthood across the world in Vancouver, Yukon, Ireland, England, Romania & Italy during this time and collaborate with incredible professionals. 

  I hold an M.Sc. in ABA and am a lifelong learner, eagerly delving into many opportunities for personal and professional development in recent years. While I lived in Europe I published research on comparing teaching methodologies in the European Journal of Behavior Analysis. As my career progresses, I hope to be able to contribute to projects and research that are part of creating meaningful impact.

  In 2021 I launched Happy Heart Parenting. It is my hope that by sharing my 21 years of education and experience I can help those families struggling for diagnosis, services, and support. I believe in skill-based and strength-based teaching, and empowering children and their parents by teaching skills to communicate & identify needs, strengths, interests as well as essential safety skills. I love to teach through play, and to teach parents without adding overwhelm how they can incorporate learning into their daily life and help their children learn with less. 

I am delighted to work with TWO and to bring: 


Case Management

I will also have openings to provide case management for families at TWO. Please enquire directly at 

Autism Waitlist: Support While you Wait

Michelle de Beer is the owner and founder of The Autism Waitlist. She has been working with autistic children and families for over 21 years in Canada and Europe and has seen firsthand how long parents have to wait for assessment and services, as well as the unnecessary stress it brings. Autism Waitlist was founded to give families with a child on an autism waitlist support and resources to help.

Daniela Marco
Behavior Consultant


Hello, I’m Daniela! 


I am a behaviour consultant and have worked with neurodivergent toddlers, children, and teens since 2013. 


I am passionate about promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) instruction by incorporating the interests + strengths of neurodivergent individuals to learn essential STEM skills. 

I strive to help neurodivergent individuals discover their passions within STEM, which may potentially lead to a vocation that they will enjoy and find meaning in pursuing. 


I am also passionate about providing support to the whole family, particularly, supporting siblings and fostering positive sibling relationships. I believe that supporting siblings is just as important as supporting neurodivergent individuals and their parents. 


I do identify as neurodivergent (ADHD). 


I am so excited to work with TWO and offer my services to this community. 

For more information about my services and to book a 30-minute free consultation, go to:

Jen Ashlee
Behavior Consultant

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Jen Ashlee is a BC-based Indigenous Behaviour Consultant. She is Métis/Cree on her dad’s side and English on her mum’s. She currently resides on the traditional unceded territories of the Kwantlen and Katzie First Nations in Maple Ridge. Jen is passionate about incorporating the Indigenous Way of Knowing into her practice with children who are First Nations, Métis, or Inuit, and being an advocate for decolonizing therapeutic practices and systems we work within in so called Canada.

Jen has completed her Master of Education in Digital, Online and Distance Education at Athabasca University, her Applied Behaviour Analysis coursework through Florida Institute of Technology and is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). Jen has worked supporting neurodivergent children and adults since 2012 in a variety of roles and settings including home-based programs, clinic-based programs, in schools, residential settings, adult day programs, sports programs and supported child development programs both in BC and in the Northwest Territories. Jen enjoys consulting with community organizations to make systemic change and supporting service providers in their own Truth and Reconciliation journey. 

She considers herself a lifelong learner, with a current focus in listening to the neurodivergent community, mental health supports and trauma-informed practices. In her spare time Jen enjoys yoga, nature, cooking, making art and spending time with her family and animals.

Jen is not currently accepting clients, but you can inquire about her waitlist by  email:

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