Steven has been providing children and family services to those experiencing the symptoms of mental disorders or developmental disabilities and advocating best practices in remote parts of the country for almost a decade. His own multi-ethnic heritage guides him to appreciate and operate with the necessary cultural sensitivity represented by his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Certificate in Diversity from the University of Central Florida. After graduating from the University of West Florida with a Master’s degree in Education and passing his Board exams, he became the 1st BCBA in residence at the Ohio Center for Autism and Dyslexia. In 2018 he was appointed Vice Chairman of the Humboldt County Behavioral Health Board and in 2019 received their “May is Mental Health Awareness Month” community service award. Steven is Endorsed by The California Center for Infant Family and Early Childhood Mental Health as a Transdisciplinary Mental Health Practitioner.