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CENTER FOR SPECIAL ABILITIES Rules & Regulations

Danielle Hadchity, SLT, M1

Danielle graduated from the Lebanese University of Public Health with a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech therapy year 2017 with M1 degree. Over the last years, Danielle has had the pleasure working in private clinics and school settings. She has performed individualized assessments and treatment plans of disorders related to pediatric feeding aversion, language disorders, speech and articulation disorders, fluency disorders, pragmatic and social communication disorders. Danielle focused on treating patients with autism, Down syndrome, stuttering, apraxia and feeding disorders. Danielle states that the key to her success in her field is parental guidance and involvement in addition to the multidisplinary team. Some of her approaches used in therapy are:

  • DIR-Floor time
  • Henen- It takes two to talk
  • Makaton Sign Language
  • PROMPT- a tactile-kinesthetic approach to speech sound disorders
  • Lidcombe Program
  • Lindmood-Bell

Danielle is a registered behavioral technician (RBT-22-199087) since January 2022. Her strengths include leading and learning new concepts with ease. Also being open to new experiences and new challenges.


Here are some duties you can expect to find in an RBT position description:


  • Collecting data about students’ behaviors through direct observation.
  • Assisting BCBAs as directed with behavior reduction assessments and skill acquisition plans.
  • Teaching students the specific behavior skills called for in treatment plans.
  • Nurturing students’ social skills.
  • Communicating behavioral intervention results in students’ parents and caregivers.

Danielle is passionate about psychology. She carried out the CBT certification from the Achology Academy-UK since August 2020 and developed her knowledge in child psychology courses. She believes that the key to success is through practicing active listening, developing high level of self-awareness and sympathy, responding and empowering the client with hope and bravery to do the difficult work ahead.