Meet our Directors
Bryan Hebert, MS, BCBA
Clinical Director / Co-Owner
Bryan Hebert received his Masterâ€™s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from California State University, Los Angeles. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Since 2001, he has been working with children with developmental disabilities between the ages of 0-22 and has been supervising staff in the implementation of behavioral programs. Bryan has consultation experience with various school districts and regional centers throughout Southern California. He has experience in the following: conducting functional assessments and developing behavior interventions plans, providing consultation and trainings to parents, school teams, and other service providers, supervising staff in their roles as 1:1 behavior support with children in special education and full inclusion settings, and conducting new staff orientation as well as ongoing staff trainings.
Bryan was previously the Southern California Student Representative to the California Association for Behavior Analysis (CalABA) from 2005-2007. He served as the Volunteer Coordinator at the 2005, 2008, 2009 annual CalABA conferences. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for CalABA as the Conference Co-Chair (2009-2012) and on the CalABA Conference Committee for several years. Bryan enthusiastically heads the Training Department at Sage.Â He is also an adjunct professor at National University, teaching graduate-level ABA classes to future BCBA’s in the field.
Cindy Hebert, MSW, BCBA
Clinical Director / Co-Owner
Cindy received her Masterâ€™s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Children, Youth, and Families and her Pupil Personnel Services Credential from California State University, Long Beach. Cindy also has a Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. She has worked with children and adults with developmental disabilities since 1998 and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2005. Cindy has experience in supervising staff in the implementation of behavior plans, conducting functional assessments and developing behavior intervention plans, providing consultation and trainings to parents, school teams, and other service providers, supervising staff in their roles as 1:1 behavior support with children in special education and full inclusion settings, and supervising early intervention programs.
Cindy has also presented at the California Association for Behavior Analysis conference and has been a member of their Conference Committee. Her professional interests include early intensive intervention services and supporting children with disabilities in both full inclusion and mainstreaming settings.
Kareem Khouri, BS
Business Director / Co-Owner
One of the many ways Kareem shows his support to children with developmental disabilities is by managing Sageâ€™s Business Department. Kareem completed his university business studies in the 1990’s, but he had a change of heart before graduating and decided to work 1:1 with individuals with developmental disabilities. It was a whole new adventure for Kareem, and he found it so rewarding that he decided to make it his career path. When Kareem is not snorkeling in the local Orange County beaches or playing softball or golf, he enjoys brainstorming ideas for developing different aspects and areas for growthÂ within the company.