Prepare the child for the path     not the path for the child

Melissa, M.A., BCBA
Melissa completed her BCBA coursework from California State University, Fresno in 2014. She received her BA in Psychology from CSU Fresno in 2008 and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage Family Therapy from National University in 2010. She is currently a Marriage Family Therapist Intern. Melissa has experience in home, school, and center environments working with special needs children and children with emotional issues since 2011. 


Setareh, M.Ed., BCBA

Setareh (Star) Moslemi is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst experienced in behavioral assessments, designing and implementing Applied Behavior Analysis intervention programs, social skills groups, behavior technician training and supervision, and parent training in the use of principles of ABA in the home and community. Star earned her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Texas at Dallas and her Masters degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from Texas Tech University at Lubbock. Currently, Star specializes in planning social skills groups through Child’s Path’s social skills program. She also manages and presents the T.I.P.S Meeting which is a group parent meeting that takes place once every quarter. Each T.I.P.S meeting focuses on a unique educational topic to help parents of children with special needs to become more educated and learn new treatment techniques. Star’s passion for working with children and ABA therapy evolved through various volunteer experiences and shadowing several behavior therapists. Once she witnessed the effects of ABA therapy on children, she got very motivated to follow through with this path and become a board certified behavior analyst.

Sean, M.Ed,- Quality Care Coordinator, BCBA

Sean graduated from Southern Methodist University with his Bachelor’s in Psychology. He developed an interest in mental health through his coursework at SMU and knew he wanted to serve his community. His passion for psychology led him to pursue education in graduate school at the University of North Texas. During his Counseling program, he was introduced to Applied Behavior Analysis and quickly fell in love. He had the opportunity to practice ABA with many organizations throughout his graduate coursework. While completing supervised post-grad hours for his license he decided he to also complete the coursework to obtain his BCBA licensure. Sean hopes what he has learned practicing counseling and ABA, can help him better support families and the community. Sean’s favorite thing about working in ABA is seeing the progress our clients make while they develop meaningful life skills. Seeing his clients having fun and smiling while they are learning is the best part of his work.


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