East Van Behavior Analysis Ltd.
EVBA provides contemporary behavioral intervention and counselling to neurodiverse youth, young adults, and their families. We support the inclusion of disabled people in their local schools, communities, and workplaces.
EVBA practitioners implement therapy based on the principles of ABA in keeping with our clients' values and goals. We are committed to working with under-served populations, teaching and connecting with families, students, and community groups, and mentoring young professionals.
EVBA provides home-based ABA services, consultation to staffed resources and ABA teaching homes, school consultation, job coaching, staff training, individual and couples counselling, graduate student and peer supervision, and professional development.
EVBA is a teaching practice in which senior BCBAs supervise behaviour analysts in training. These trainees are graduate and undergraduate students pursuing advanced degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis and eventual certification. Our interns perform some of the assessment, intervention, and consultation with each family under our close supervision. Depending on the duration of intervention, clients may work with one or more interns and a single supervising BCBA.
Thank you for your interest in East Van Behavior Analysis. We are next accepting new clients for counselling and behavior consultation in January 2024 at the earliest. Complete this form to place yourself on our waitlist for services. We will reply to new client inquiries in order of receipt beginning in early December. Make sure that you have included the client's age and city in your inquiry.
Please note: a position on the waitlist is not a guarantee of services. If you are unable to wait until January or later, please contact other professionals via the Registry of Autism Service Providers and the BCACC's Find a Counsellor page.
We operate on the stolen ancestral and traditional territories of indigenous people across British Columbia, including the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.