Mitch is a regional rehabilitation manager with Anchor Rehabilitation Support Services who has over 15 years of experience in the rehabilitation and developmental field working with complex needs clients. Mitch graduated from Guelph-Humber with an undergraduate degree in psychology and completed the Behavior Science Technology Diploma program at George Brown College. He has experience working with children, youth, and adults with an intellectual developmental disability, dual diagnosis, autism spectrum disorder, brain injury, mental health complications, and complex behavioral challenges. During his first few years after graduation, Mitch worked as a behavior therapist for several different organizations, working specifically with complex client needs, intellectual sexual complex issues, and severe behavioral difficulties. Mitch has an enact tendency to effectively break down complex issues and develop and teach effective strategies for responding to such issues. Mitch continues to be passionate about community outreach initiatives, teaching and mentoring new clinicians in the field of behavior analysis, and working alongside his clients to maximize their outcomes through community-based rehabilitation.
When not at work Mitch, is consistently learning and developing his skills by reviewing journals and articles on ongoing new studies. In addition, Mitch enjoys’ s researching the development and incorporating new technologies to assist clients through their rehabilitation process. He continues to review and learn about new technologies and experiences that will one-day shape our process in rehabilitation. In addition to his interest in technology. Mitch continues to explore the outdoors engaging in kayaking and hiking.