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Healthy people,
healthy relationships, 
healthy communities.

ABA Team

Our clinic is a training-based clinic in which direct therapy services are delivered by current graduate level students who attend the Michigan School of Psychology (MSP). The student therapists are actively pursuing their Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and/or a certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. Students in the clinic are also under the supervision of two clinical psychologists and a behavior analyst. Our students are thoroughly trained as direct therapists to implement treatment goals by a supervising Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Ongoing support is consistently provided to our team to ensure the highest level of care and treatment is provided each session.

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ABA Supervisor: Lama Hodroj, MA, TLLP, BCBA, LBA

Lama Hodroj joined the MSP clinic as the ABA Clinical Supervisor in 2022. She provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to families in addition to providing clinical supervision to students in the ABA program who are completing their training at the MSP clinic. Lama received her MA with a concentration in ABA degree from MSP. After completing her coursework, she received her TLLP and began working as a behavior consultant before becoming a fully licensed Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She worked in a variety of roles within the ABA field, including as a BCBA, before joining the MSP clinic. Click here to learn more about Lama.  

Student Clinicians

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Aya Aldhalimi, BA
Program: MA with ABA concentration
Education: University of Michigan-Dearborn (BA)

My goal in therapy is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for my clients who come seeking therapy. I strive towards making them feel comfortable and open to discussing with me the reasons why they are seeking therapy. My background includes working with kids on the Autism spectrum and I hope to continue to further my knowledge so that I can work with many others from various communities with diverse backgrounds.

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Anna Guckian, BS
Program: MA with ABA concentration
Education: Oakland University (BS)

I approach therapy through a client-centered lens by looking at the person as a unique individual. Interventions must be specifically tailored to the client’s unique experiences. My goal is to create a safe and welcoming environment where we can collaboratively work to give you the tools you need to navigate psychological distress independently. My focus is in humanistic and behavioral modalities, and together we can work to address distressing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

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Rayan Naaman, BA
Program: MA with ABA concentration
Education: University of Balamand

I am very excited to meet new clients and to get the honor to listen to their stories. Coming to therapy is one of the bravest thing a person can do, allowing me to be in this journey with the client is my passion. My goal is to create a safe space for clients to express their thoughts and emotions freely with no judgement. Each person has the right to be seen, heard and validated. I am currently a Registered behavior technician working with kids who are diagnosed with Autism.

Questions? Contact us at:
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