Yadicza is passionate about serving others and making her mark on our future generations. She believes that effective therapy not only improves the lives of children, but also of their families, neighbors, and their community. Being bilingual has allowed her to bridge gaps of communication between cases. Yadicza has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Human Services from California State University, Fullerton. While employed at Behavioral Concepts, she obtained her certification as a registered behavior technician. She wishes to continue to assist children by diving deeper in the field of counseling and obtaining a Marriage and Family Therapy License. In her spare time, Yadicza enjoys volunteering at church, learning to play the ukulele, reading, and exploring eateries.
Behavioral Concepts uses a collaborative consultation and teamwork model, where all members interact effectively and work cooperatively in a family-focused framework.