Regine Booth, Clinical Director
Regine is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and the Clinical Director for the McKinney Treatment Center.
Upon graduating from the University of Toronto in Canada, Regine began working with children with autism as an ABA therapist. She immediately fell in love with the application of behavior analysis in therapy and in her daily life. This marked the beginning of her commitment in the clinical application of behavior analysis with young children with special needs, and led her to relocate to Texas.
Regine completed her Masters in Special Education with an emphasis in Autism Intervention from the University of North Texas in 2006. Upon completing her graduate degree, Regine joined BI, and obtained her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Over the years, she remained steadfast in her commitment to the field of applied behavior analysis as she worked with individuals affected by autism and related developmental disorders. Aside from providing direct client care, Regine has trained behavior technicians, educators, and caregivers across clinical, community, and educational settings. She has also overseen center operations across multi-site locations within B.I.. When asked what she enjoys the most about working in the field of autism intervention as a BCBA, Regine replied, "I love the moment when I first connect with a child knowing that I am officially 'in his circle'."
During her leisure time, Regine enjoys spending time with her daughters, playing golf with her husband, and squeezing in a night out on the town attending a performing arts event.