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Executive Clinical Director

- Asia -

Wong Li Wei 

PhD.,BCBA-D 

 

Dr. Li Wei “Willy” Wong completed his university and post-graduate studies in the United States, Los Angeles.  He currently holds a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis.  He is a Doctoral Level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) and has extensive clinical experience working with children and young adults in the past 12 years. Additionally, he has served as adjunct teaching faculty at National University and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology to teach master-level courses. In 2018, Dr. Wong relocated back to Hong Kong and started to provide professional supervision and ABA training to practitioners, teachers and parents in both Hong Kong and mainland China.  Dr Wong is fluent in English, Cantonese and Putonghua.  In 2019, he collaborated with Dr. Jose Davila (Co-Founder of ICAN-B USA) and founded ICAN-B Hong Kong to provide top quality ABA therapy for individuals with autism and related developmental disabilities.  ICAN-B Hong Kong also provides ABA related training to practitioners, teachers and parents in both Hong Kong and mainland China.

 

Dr. Wong’s career goal is to take what he had learned about human behavior in school and apply the knowledge to make a positive impact in society. Throughout his career, he had worked with many children with developmental disabilities. He is always amazed by how much progress these children made after receiving early intervention and behavioral therapy services. Therefore, Dr. Wong is especially interested in helping young children with developmental disabilities and making positive changes in their life and surroundings.

 

Executive Clinical Director

- North America -

Jose Davila

PhD.,BCBA-D 

 

Jose Davila has a Ph. D. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and a Masters of Art degree in Teaching with a special emphasis in ABA. He is also a Doctoral Level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D). He completed his dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Fernando Guerrero. He has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) since 2011. He has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities since 2008. He has consulted in homes, schools, day programs, developmental centers, and residential facilities. He has worked with different school districts (i.e., LAUSD, BUSD) regional centers (i.e., Lanterman Regional Center, North Los Angeles County Regional Center, East Los Angeles County Regional Center) and insurances as funding sources. Jose has been under the mentorship and supervision of Dr. David Pyles since 2011.

He has experience conducting Functional Analyses (FAs), FBAs (Functional Behavior Assessments), and skill assessments (e.g., AFLS, VB-MAPP, Vineland). He has developed behavioral interventions to successfully treat a variety of problematic behaviors (e.g., self-injurious behaviors, aggression, feeding). Aside from working in the applied setting, he has also taught practicum courses with master-level students at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He has provided BACB supervision for people working towards attaining their BCBA supervision hours. He has trained direct staff, teachers, parents, residential staff and managers, and day program staff.

Director Of Operations

- North America -

Juan Davila 

 

Juan began working within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in 2009. He began as a Behavior Therapist, providing behavioral services for individuals with developmental disabilities. During this time Juan gained knowledge on implementing behavioral plans as well as collecting data (e.g., DTT, Task Analysis, etc.). Within the next three years, in 2011, Juan joined an agency that specialized in providing Adaptive Skills Training (AST) services to children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. In the next five years, during his time providing AST services, Juan learned to implement programs that focus on community integration, safety skills, and/or daily living skills. Soon after, Juan was promoted to Case Manager of teams across the San Fernando Valley, where he was in charge of training staff, creating individualized programs for consumers, and providing parent training. Today Juan manages the Administrative Operations at ICAN-B, he is in charge of the Scheduling, Payroll, HR, and Claims departments, all while attending an ABA graduate program.”