ABA Lead Therapy Assistants at O.R.L.

 

 

Carly Beaulieu

Lead Therapy Assistant

Bio:  Carly has been with ORL since the spring of 2014.  She graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in psychology, and has plans to further her education.  She has experience working as a behavior job coach for adults with developmental disabilities at a day program.  After having a daughter of her own, she discovered her passion for working with children.  She especially enjoys helping children grow as individuals and discovering their potential.  Carly enjoys time with her daughter and partner, being active outdoors, and reading to relax.

 

 

Claire McLaughlin

Lead Therapy Assistant

Bio:  Claire has been in the professional mental health field since 2009, and has been with Organization for Research and Learning (ORL) since 2013.  A Pacific Northwest native, she spent 5 years split between Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA while getting her Master’s in Clinical Psychology.  Growing up in a large, busy family, she enjoys multi-tasking and staying busy. She enjoys the personalized nature of one-on-one intervention and finding the joys and passions of her clients. Paradoxically as a social introvert, she spends her free time doing art projects, relaxing in nature, or at live music shows with friends.

 

 

 

Evan Skamarock, B.A., CBT

Lead Therapy Assistant

Bio: Evan began working with children with disabilities in the Fall of 2014.  His experiences with Organization for Research and Learning (ORL) reinforce the positive influence a therapist can play in increasing the quality of life for those he works with.  He has a lifelong interest in psychology, and a passion for behavioral humanism. He views each client as a whole person, grappling with specific and individual concerns that require further development. When not working with clients, Evan pursues weight training, exploring the natural spaces of the Pacific Northwest, and practicing jazz piano.

 

 

Aisling Wiles, B.A., CBT

Lead Therapy Assistant

Aisling graduated from Washington State University in 2015 with a degree in Human Development. While attending Washington State, she became interested in working with children with autism during an internship where she was able to work alongside some therapists. Aisling has spent a number of years working with both children and families, which is something she enjoys. Outside of working, Aisling enjoys being outdoors, crocheting, and hanging out with her niece.