Co-Chief Executive Officer/Co-Founder/Program Director/Spanish Speaking Department Director
Ivan Gregorio is the Co-Chief Executive Officer, Program Director, Director of the Spanish Speaking Department, and Co-Founder of IGCN Health Center. Ivan began his journey of working with the developmentally disabled population in 2008. He started his career working with children with disabilities at the Koegel and Koegel Autism Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Then graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology.
In 2017, he graduated from California State University, Dominguez Hills, with a Master's degree in Psychology and is BCBA test ready.
Ivan has provided behavioral health therapy in various settings, including the home, clinic, school, and a developmental center with a diverse array of individuals for the last 12 years. He has experience treating various challenging behaviors with youth, teens, and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Fragile X, Prader-Willi syndrome, and Emotional Disturbances. He has extensive experience working within different communities, with diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Ivan's work and life experiences have allowed him to develop a unique skill set that very few other professionals in ABA possess. His ability to connect with families and clients on a humanistic level results in long-lasting benefits for IGCN clients.
Co-Chief Executive Officer/Clinical Director/Co-Founder
Cameron Nesbitt is the Co-Chief Executive Officer, Clinical Director, and Co-Founder of IGCN Health Center. Cameron began his journey of working with the developmentally disabled population in 2012.
With initial aspirations of becoming a civil rights attorney, he began his career working with individuals with disabilities while studying African-American studies with a minor in Education as an undergraduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles. While at UCLA, Cameron was recognized for extensive academic achievements with acceptance in to both the Tau Sigma and Golden Key Honor Society Chapters of UCLA, as well as being placed on the Dean's Honors List a total of five times.
In 2016, he graduated from UCLA, Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor’s degree.
In 2018, he graduated from National University, Los Angeles, with a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. Shortly after, he became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
In addition, Cameron is an adjunct faculty member of National University, teaching graduate-level courses in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Designated as an ABA subject matter expert by National University, Cameron has developed a course for the ABA graduate program that meets the requirements of the BACB 5th Edition Task List. Cameron has also been retained as an expert witness to consult in landlord-tenant civil litigation cases involving families with children with behavioral challenges that are facing eviction.
He has worked with a variety of individuals with disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Down Syndrome, and Bipolar Disorder. He also has worked with various age populations ranging from early intervention clients to adults, and has consulted in school, home, and group home settings. As a former All-League and Los Angeles All-City Section baseball athlete, Cameron's athletic background provides him with an unparalleled skill set in the field of ABA that incorporates sports and behavior analytic strategies in to programs with clients. He enjoys implementing therapy programs that focus on Organizational Behavior Management (OBM), and self-management techniques with pre-teens and adults within a NET format to target social and community integration skills.
Listen to Cameron as a guest on the Autism Weekly Podcast with host Jeff Skibitsky, MA, BCBA, LBA.
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