Dr. Marcia Gragg, C. Psych- Clinical Director
I have worked with children with autism and their families since 1986. Since 2002, I have served as the half-time Clinical Director at The Summit Centre for Preschool Children with Autism.
From 2002 to 2020, I was also a faculty member in the Dept. of Psychology, University of Windsor.
From 1986 to 2002, I worked in the Autism and Related Disorders program of the Windsor Regional Children’s Centre, Windsor Regional Hospital.
My purpose is to bring evidence-based practices for early identification and early intervention for children with autism and their families to our local community.
Hellena Hebert, MS- Executive Director
I have an undergraduate Psychology degree from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan and a Masters degree in Clinical Behavioural Psychology from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
While at Western Michigan I became interested in Applied Behaviour Analysis, then during my graduate work at Eastern Michigan I became involved in using Applied Behaviour Analysis in the treatment of children with Autism.
I have been a part of The Summit Centre since May 1998.
During my time at the centre I have helped make it an environment where optimal learning takes place for all the involved children, families, staff, students, and volunteers.
In the future I look forward to seeing the centre become a bigger resource for the community as we incorporate more parents and students into our programs.