Morgan, RBT - Lead Therapist​

Morgan's passion for working with children began at an early age. As the oldest of 5 children, she naturally took on the role of caregiver, mentor and positive role model. Morgan has lived in California, Georgia and Colorado, but got to Texas as soon as she could. She graduated from Texas A&M University-Commerce with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and has been making a difference in the lives of children with special needs for the past 3 years. Her avidity to help others doesn't stop with children; she volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and at a local homeless shelter during college. During her spare time, Morgan enjoys spending time with her large family. Her hobbies include: hiking, kayaking, CrossFit, competing in spartan races and spending time with her cat, Penny Lane. 


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Victoria, M.S., RBT - Lead Therapist & Technical Strategist

Victoria graduated with a Master's of Science in Human Development & Early Childhood Disorders in 2014. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Family & Child Development. Victoria gained professional experience with special needs populations by working with clients 1 on 1 & in social group settings while interning alongside school counselors, early intervention specialists, & occupational therapists. She has additional training in comprehensive developmental assessments & is fluent in Spanish. Victoria is currently completing graduate coursework for a certification in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Domini, RBT - Lead Therapist

Domini graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor's of Arts in Audiology/Speech Language Pathology and a minor in Spanish.  In the last year of her undergrad, she shadowed at a clinic that offered occupational, speech, and ABA therapy.  Even though this opportunity was meant for her to get the full experience of being a speech therapist, Domini became interested in ABA after observing circle time and spent the rest of her time shadowing ABA.  The clinic offered her a job during the summer as a behavior therapist, and that is when she confirmed that her passion is ABA.  She has also worked as a tutor and substitute teacher for kids and adults with special needs.  Domini is currently enrolled in a Master's program for ABA.

Vintea, RBT - Lead Therapist

Vintea graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2012 with her Bachelors in Psychology. She started working at the Institute for Behavior change in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2013 before moving to Dallas, Texas in 2014. Shortly after moving to Dallas, she joined the Child's Path team in February 2015. In her free time Vintea, loves to dance, she was a part of the Dallas Wings Flight Crew dance team for the WMBA in 2016. She enjoys almost any physical activity and believes that traveling is a MUST at least once a month.

Crystal, M.S., RBT - Lead Therapist​

​Crystal received her Bachelor's in Psychology in 2011 from Ferrum College in Roanoke, Virginia. She then went on to receive her Master's in Family Counseling from Liberty University 2016. Her experience with ABA goes back to January 2013 when she began working at the Peninsula School for Autism in Newport News, Virginia. She moved to Texas in 2015 and started at Child’s Path. In her free time, she enjoys kickboxing and playing with her three dogs: Max, Ranger, and Zoey.

Macy, RBT - Lead Therapist

Macy graduated from University of North Texas in May of 2016 with a Bachelor’s in Human Development & Family Studies. She interned at Child's Path her last semester of college and upon graduation, she was hired as a therapist. In April of 2018, Macy was promoted & became a lead therapist.  Macy’s passion for children and ABA grew & she decided to enroll in graduate school to earn a Master’s in ABA. When she's not working, she loves to travel and to be with her family and friends. 


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Robyn, RBT- Lead Therapist

Robyn graduated from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology as well as a minor in Criminal Justice. Her ardent experience began in 2014 during her latter college years. She is now pursuing her Master of Science degree in ABA and Autism, and will move forward with her career in ABA upon completion of her graduate degree. She dreams of one day opening an ABA clinic in her home—the tiny island of Guam.