Our Team



Alexandra Rothstein is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with over 15 years of experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental disabilities and behaviour difficulties. She obtained a Master’s Degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis from the University of Nevada, Reno. For several years, she has been developing and supervising early intensive behaviour programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in home, centre and community settings in both the private and public sector. Alexandra helped to create the Gold Centre’s not-for-profit centre-based Early Intensive Behaviour Intervention program, where she served as Clinical Director.

Alexandra has trained, mentored and supervised many educators wishing to pursue a career in Applied Behaviour Analysis. She currently works in private practice as a consultant serving various families, children and settings providing behaviour management strategies and training for parents and professionals. As well, she serves as an Adjunct Faculty for the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Applied Behaviour Analysis program.

Alexandra is very passionate about helping others. She is dedicated to her clients and takes pride in each of their successes. She enjoys working collaboratively with parents and other professionals as she understands the value that each member of the team brings.

Alexandra is married and a mom of 3 young daughters who she loves to spend time with. Her hobbies include tennis, biking, skiing, yoga and spending time with her family.


Bryan Solloway is a native from Montreal. He first completed an Undergraduate degree in sociology from Concordia University, followed by a Master’s of Science degree from Sage Graduate School in both Autism and applied behaviour analysis (ABA). Bryan has experience in managing problem behaviours, working with children with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, social skill deficits and childhood anxiety. Bryan thoroughly enjoys collaborating with other professionals and paraprofessionals. He has presented to both large and small audiences on strategies to manage problematic behaviours, integrating students with special needs in the classroom and how to effectively implement positive reinforcement strategies.

During his free time, Bryan enjoys spending time with his family, friends and his Golden Retriever, Eddy. He also enjoys running, hockey and reading.