Monica Gotreau is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
practicing on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. After graduating from college with a degree in elementary education with
endorsements in early childhood education and reading, she became a credentialed teacher in elementary education in the state
of Washington. After three years of teaching she relocated to Orange County, California and began pursuing a career
as a behavior therapist for the special needs population.
After six years of developing a fund of knowledge and practical work experience with an innovative mental
health organization, she returned to school to complete her master’s degree in human behavior and satisfy the academic
and certification requirements to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She worked for two years in Southern
California as an applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapist and became a program supervisor providing oversight to ABA therapists
for one year before relocating to the Hawaiian Islands in December 2009.
2009 Monica has been providing ABA therapy for children of all ages in Hawaii and has developed a specialty interest in early
childhood intervention services (ages 6 months to 3 years). She currently treats children, adolescents, and adults who
are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s syndrome, intellectual disabilities (previously known as mental
retardation), attention deficit disorder, Down syndrome, Rhett syndrome, Crit de Chat, Dravet syndrome, cerebral palsy, various
chromosomal deletions, serious conduct disorders, etc.
Monica currently accepts private pay clients in addition to Tricare Basic and Demo ABA clients.