Natalie Gonzalez

Natalie Gonzalez

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“To really help someone grow, it’s important to look at the environment and change that rather than trying to change the person. Once you do that, you will see the person flourish.”

Natalie is dedicated to helping people grow and flourish, and to making positive changes in the lives of individuals and families — especially during their most vulnerable moments. She is also committed to helping her colleagues grow and develop. Staying strong and vigilant despite day-to-day challenges, Natalie strives to make the vision of success a reality for everyone.

Natalie started her career in applied behavior analysis as a Behavior Interventionist. Gaining experience on-the-job and through her academic endeavors, she’s been promoted to Program Coordinator and Clinical Supervisor, and now serves as the Director of Clinical services for California Psychcare in Riverside. Natalie attended the University of California Riverside and worked in research labs while earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She earned her Master’s in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University and completed her coursework in applied behavior analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology.

Natalie enjoys spending her free time watching cartoons and playing video games, traveling to new cities to try Korean barbeque, and enjoying outdoor activities like hiking, camping and kayaking.

Tasha Enriquez

Tasha Enriquez

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“Learning and behavior change occurs everywhere and to everyone. It is in play in all everyday interactions.”

Tasha Enriquez strives to teach everyone she meets that learning and behavior change is not specific to autism, developmental disabilities, or animal behavior — it affects every one of us, every day.

Tasha’s first passion in life was horses, and as a teen, she gave riding lessons to children and adults with disabilities. After high school, she was an instructional assistant in special education classrooms, and a “go to” aide for managing problem behavior.

While working on her bachelor and master’s degree in teaching with a specialization in applied behavior analysis, Tasha continued her work in a school setting as a behavioral aide and she also worked in the home setting as a behavior interventionist. She went on to obtain her BCBA credential – progressing professionally and taking on more responsibility every step of the way. Today, Tasha supports the development and delivery of training offered through the 360 Behavioral Health University, while also supporting our California Psychcare Riverside office as the CPC Assistant Center Director.

Tasha has three horses and rides competitively. She also loves going on adventures with her husband and traveling to new countries with her sister.

Shari Hunter

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“We all have the ability to grow and learn more every day.”

Shari Hunter always strives to learn more, do better, and continue to grow no matter where she is in her career. For the individuals she serves, she never gives up, can always help them achieve more, and enjoys celebrating successes — big and small.

Shari received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from USC and entered the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA) shortly after. She fell in love with the families and seeing the progress they made as a result of ABA-based behavioral therapy services. Shari became a BCaBA in 2011 and earned her master’s degree and became a BCBA in 2013. As a supervisor and director, she has developed a passion for taking part in the professional growth of her staff.

Shari loves spending time with her husband and daughter, learning new ways to use ABA, and cheering for the USC Trojans! Fight on!


Marissa Butcher

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“Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.”

Marissa Butcher knows the value of helping others, and has always wanted to work in a helping profession, specifically with children. Some of Marissa’s proudest moments have come from seeing a child do something for the very first time that their families were not sure they would ever do. She adds, “The families we serve become a part of our lives. As much as we are a part of their story they become a part of ours.”

Marissa completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at California State University, San Bernardino, with the intention to have a career as a marriage and family therapist. Once she learned about the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, Marissa decided to pursue, and earned, her BCBA credential.

Marissa’s favorite thing to do is spend time with her daughter and her family. She loves to go to Disneyland and the beach.


Stephanie Richardson

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“Great leaders share power without ego. Fulfillment comes through serving others.”

Stephanie London is a great leader, providing hope and empowering people to be more independent in their communities. When she thinks about life and her purpose, it is truly to serve. She adds, “The life we live is greater than us, and should be poured out for others through service.” Working with the special-needs population and their families is at the center of Stephanie’s heart.

Stephanie had her undergraduate experience at California State University, Northridge. She was selected to intern at Chime Institute, one of the top inclusion programs for children with disabilities in the country. Stephanie enrolled at UC Davis and was among the first cohort to complete the autism certification program. She received her Master of Teaching and Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University, followed by her BCBA.

Stephanie enjoys being outdoors, going to the spa, spending time with family, feeding and serving the homeless, mentoring young ladies through a program called Sarah’s Daughters Ministries, dancing with her church ministry, and traveling.