Dana Kalil (BA Hon, MA) began her studies with a bachelor’s in Child and Youth Studies and Psychology and then completed her master’s degree in Applied Behavioural Analysis, developing her passion for inclusivity and an affirming approach to neurodivergence in her client work alongside solid clinical skills.
Dana has worked for several years as an academic coach for children and teens and brings those executive function skills to her work with neurodivergent clients at NowWhat, both in group settings and in 1:1 support. Dana supports our BCBA, and is well-versed in evidence-based support models. She has a passion for adapting traditional methods to fit the needs of each individual client. Dana also has a background in dance, which she loves to incorporate into her work with clients with ADHD and ASD wherever those passions align.
On her own time, Dana loves spending time in the great outdoors, and making delicious food for the people she loves.