Notre équipe

Tanya Hébert

Owner/Operator & Director of Speech-Language and Learning Services

M.H.Sc. in Speech-Language Pathology – University of Ottawa (1998)
B.A. double concentration in Psychology and Linguistics  (1996)


Tanya Hébert is a registered Speech and Language Pathologist as well as a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist (BCCS).  She worked at The Moncton Hospital from 1998 to 2005, primarily with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Subsequently, she was one of the professionals recruited by the University of New Brunswick to help create and teach the provincially funded training program in Applied Behaviour Analysis known as the Autism Intervention Training Program.

She then founded and led a provincially funded agency which provided intensive evidence-based intervention services to preschool aged children with ASD, a behavioural intervention practice working with children, youth, and adults with special needs and their families (with a variety of diagnoses), and finally a learning center focusing on the cognitive rehabilitation of students with learning challenges.  Tanya conducts speech, language, and learning assessments as well as develops and implements individualized programming for individuals with delays or disorders.

Lisa Hebert

Clinical Director, Counselling Therapist

M.A. in Counselling Psychology – Yorkville University
B.Sc. in Psychology – Saint Mary’s University


Lisa Hebert is the Clinical Director of HILS and with more than two decades of dedicated service, she has been deeply engaged in supporting individuals and their families. Lisa oversees daily operations and serves as the primary contact for all HILS services. Her extensive background in Applied Behavior Analysis and Cognitive Training equips her with an understanding of the personalized care plans tailored to each HILS client.

As a Canadian Certified Counsellor and Licensed Counselling Therapist – C in New Brunswick, Lisa extends her expertise to adult counselling services. Her credentials as a Certified Trauma Professional and Board-Certified Cognitive Specialist reflect her commitment to professional excellence. Drawing from her wealth of experience, Lisa embraces a resilience-focused, strength-based approach to therapy.

In her therapeutic practice, Lisa integrates a trauma-informed lens above evidence-based methodologies including mindfulness-based techniques, behavioural and cognitive tools and somatic therapies. She firmly believes in the power of collaboration and focuses on individualized treatment plans to facilitate progress and foster healing.

For more information about counselling services, please click here.

Kristy Steele

Supervisor of Behavioural Services

M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Leadership – University of New Brunswick (2016)
B.Ed. with a specialization in Secondary Studies – University of New Brunswick (2009)
B.A. in History with a minor in English – University of New Brunswick (2009)


Kristy Steele is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who has worked in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in various capacities since 2006.  She has completed extensive coursework in the field of ABA through both Cambridge College and Brandman University and also holds a certificate from the Autism Intervention Training Program at the University of New Brunswick. Kristy has experience working with children, youth, and adults in clinical, residential, and psychiatric settings. Kristy provides clinical support to other Behaviour Analysts within the agency and also has experience working with other agencies to build capacity for behavioural intervention within their teams. Kristy is a member of the Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis and Association for Behavior Analysis International.

Erica Marney

Senior Clinical Supervisor

M.A. in Special Education  with a concentration in Applied Behaviour Analysis – Ball State University (2018)
B.A. (Honours) in Psychology and minor in Sociology- St. Mary’s University (2004)


Erica Marney is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in various capacities since 2005. She has completed extensive coursework in the field of ABA through Cambridge College and also completed her M.A. degree in Special Education with a concentration in ABA at Ball State University. She participated in and holds a certificate in the Autism Intervention Training Program at the University of New Brunswick. Erica has experience with children, youth, and adults in clinical, residential, school, and other community settings. She currently works with individuals with a range of diagnoses and behavioural challenges. Erica assists in completing functional assessments, writes behaviour plans, and trains staff to implement plans with success. She has completed various workshops and conferences related to her field and is a member of the Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis.

Hailey Rendell

Clinical Supervisor

M.Sc. in Applied Behaviour Analysis – Bangor University (2021)
Bachelor of Recreation and Sport Studies – University of New Brunswick (2015)


Hailey Rendell is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). She has been working with children and youth since 2011, with a focus in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis since 2017. She completed her coursework in ABA in the UK at Bangor University where she assisted in implementing a school-wide positive behaviour support intervention. She has experience working with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a variety of other diagnoses in community, recreation, residential and workplace settings. Hailey joined the HILS team in 2020 and supports teams to help clients build communication, skills and implement behaviour protocols with success. Hailey is also a member of the Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis.

Annie Roy

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

Annie Roy is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) who has been working at the Hébert Centre since 2013. She completed a Bachelor of Integrated Studies with a double minor in Psychology and Leadership as well as a certificate in Applied Behaviour Analysis at UNB.  Annie has completed a number of courses in the Education department at the Université de Moncton in addition to many professional development workshops at the Hébert Centre. She first worked as a behaviour interventionist with preschool clients and now works primarily with school-age children and teenagers. Her area of focus involves providing training and clinical support to various school teams.

Shelby Clarke

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

M.A. in Behaviour Analysis Practice – Florida Institute of Technology (2022)
B.A. in English – Memorial University of Newfoundland (2014)


Shelby Clarke is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who has been working with children, youth and adults since 2009 in residential, clinical, recreational and community settings. She has been working with individuals with a range of diagnoses and behavioural challenges in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) since 2018. Shelby assists in the assessment, development and implementation of individualized behaviour plans and programming that focus on teaching socially significant skills in areas such as communication, play and self-help, to help participants in building skills and achieving goals that are important to them and their support systems. In addition to supervising HILS dedicated Behaviour Interventionists, she provides supportive training to parents/guardians, siblings, school teams, and support workers. Shelby has completed a variety of professional development workshops and trainings throughout Canada and is a current member of the Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis

Tim LeBlanc

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

B.A. Organizational Management – Crandall University (2021)
Diploma in Health, Wellness, and Recreation – Eastern College (2008)


Tim LeBlanc is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) who has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) since 2009. He started working as an interventionist with preschool-aged children with autism, and has since obtained extensive experience working with children and teenagers with various behavioural and learning challenges. Tim enjoys working with his clients’ support teams to help improve the clients and their families quality of life. Tim is currently completing his Master of Science in Applied Behaviour Analysis through Western Connecticut State University and anticipates graduating in January 2024.

Lyse Godin-Hachey

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

Diploma in Rehabilitation Techniques – NBCC Campbellton (2013)


Lyse Godin-Hachey has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) since 2013. She began her experience by working as an interventionist with preschool-aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and has since obtained experience working with children and teenagers with various behavioural and learning challenges. Lyse now works as a Behaviour & Learning Consultant, primarily working in the learning center which focuses on cognitive rehabilitation of students with learning challenges.

Robyn LeBlanc

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

M.A. in Behaviour Analysis Practice – Florida Institute of Technology (2024)
B. A. Organizational Management – Crandall University (2015)


Robyn LeBlanc is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) who has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) since 2009. She has provided intervention services for children on the autism spectrum as well as school-aged youth with significant behavioural and learning challenges. Robyn currently works with individuals with various diagnoses and behavioural challenges and provides direct support to residential, educational, and other clinical treatment teams.

Jasmine Gallant

Assistant Behaviour & Learning Consultant

B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Family Studies – Université de Moncton (2022)
Jasmine Gallant is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) who has been working at the Hébert Centre since 2022. Jasmine has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis in residential, school and community settings since 2022. She has experience with preschool-aged children, teenagers, and adults with a range of learning and behavioural challenges. She has experience implementing programs that promote functional communication, play skills and social integration. Jasmine is eager to further her knowledge in this captivating field.

Jerika Ibbitson

Assistant Behaviour & Learning Consultant

Graduated Oulton college with a Human Services Counsellor diploma


Jerika Ibbitson is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), who has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) since 2018. She always had a passion for helping others and enjoys working with youth. She started her experience by working as an interventionist with children and teenagers with various behavioural and learning challenges. Jerika now works as an Assistant Behaviour & Learning Consultant.

Melissa Burns

Behaviour & Learning Consultant

B.A. in Psychology – University of New Brunswick Saint John


Melissa Burns is a Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) who started working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in 2019. While working with HILS she has gained experience working with youth in school, in home, and in clinical settings. Melissa works directly with clients, assists in developing behavior plans and helps to ensure the implementation of behavior plans are done with success. Melissa is in the process of furthering her education by working on completing a master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis.

Josie Cameron

Assistant Behaviour & Learning Consultant

Behaviour Interventionists & Learning Coaches

Alexa Richard

Angelina Tiffin

Ceilidh Lively

Chloe White

Irene Kihara

Jai Pereira

Kaylyn Smith-Brown

Mikayla Lumsden

Monica LeBlanc

Noémie Fleiscchauer

Nora Bertin

Sophie Despres

Stephanie Mebis

Julie Lebel

Administrative Director