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Team EBC

Monique Antaya MEd BCBA LABA
Clinical Director

Monique Antaya MEd BCBA

Clinical Director, CEO
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Kim Cloutier BCBA CAGS


Monique Antaya is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been working with children and families since 2002.   She has extensive experience working with families in their homes through state agencies, school districts and private clients across New England.  She brings a practical approach to working on improving the lives of her clients and their families.  Monique has also worked as a special education teacher and special education administrator for over 10 years and brings the knowledge of education and special education into her work.

As a behavior analyst, Monique has been described as dedicated and passionate.   From teaching a child their first words to fostering independence in daily life, Monique celebrates all aspects of success with the families she works for.  Monique combines expert knowledge with the ability to work with families and teams in an applied and supportive way.  

Since 2013 Monique has worked to establish a private practice, Educational and Behavioral Consulting, LLC, to provide behavioral analytic services for children and families.  Clients have had the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, anxiety and trauma and stress related disorders.  Monique works with a variety of needs given these specific diagnoses including but not limited to: toileting, food selectivity, communication deficits, aggressive or unsafe behavior, self stimulatory behaviors, teaching pre-academic and academic skills, executive functioning skills and social skills.  Clients can range from children during early intervention (under 3 years old) through college-age.  She is able to perform functional assessments on behavior and communication skills to then develop behavior plans and teaching programs.  All work is based on research based behavioral analytic methodology and can include:  Functional Communication Training, Discrete Trial Teaching, Natural Environment Teaching, Teaching Functionally Equivalent Behaviors, Social Skills Coaching and more.  Monique focuses on implementing teaching programs and behavior plans using the principles of applied behavior analysis while providing direct training and coaching.  

Monique has taught in graduate programs for behavior analysts through Antioch University and Granite State College, and currently teaches adjunct for special educators at Keene State College.  Monique also provides mentoring to other behavior analysts and has served as a supervisor to graduate students.   She enjoys presenting workshops and parent trainings and has been described as an energetic public speaker and presenter.  

Kim Cloutier has been working with children and families since 2012 through various roles in education - paraprofessional, special education teacher, special education administrator, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). 


Kim has worked with children and adults with a variety of diagnoses and applies researched-based practices to help them meet their goals.  Kim’s previous experience includes working with children and adults with social and communication impairments, cognitive delays, mental health needs, and significant trauma histories.  Through effective methodologies, like Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Kim has supported families and school staff to implement sustainable practices within various environments and build programs to support the clients’ success with skill acquisition. 


Kim has been described as having a passion for people and supporting not only the progress of children, but the family unit as well.  She is dedicated to helping clients from birth through adulthood attain skills to live functional and independent lives. To put it simply, people are her jam!

Sarah Drogue BS

Intern Behavior Analyst/
Special Educator
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Danielle Cole BS

Intern Behavior Analyst

Sarah Drogue is a New Hampshire dual certified educator in special and general education with five years teaching experience working with students with significant needs from Kindergarten to 5th Grade.  Sarah comes to us with over 15 years of combined experience working with children in the classroom with autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, and communication delays as well as having experience as a paraprofessional, a respite care provider, and as an ABA tutor providing support services in the home.  After having worked with ABA for many years, Sarah has decided to pursue a career as a BCBA and is currently working as an Intern Behavior Analyst as she pursues her Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis Practice. 


Sarah has been described as compassionate, knowledgeable and approachable by families and coworkers.  In her work as a special education teacher, she worked with many multidisciplinary IEP teams to help her students reach their highest potential in the areas of  academics, functional communication, self help, social skills, and life skills. As a special education teacher, Sarah has had the opportunity to work with many district BCBAs and has learned to follow an ABA approach to help students develop their skill sets using strategies including discrete trial teaching (DTT) and errorless teaching approach.  When working with children with intense needs, Sarah believes that student success goes beyond academic improvement, it’s seeing the child learn to be more independent with their toileting, or dressing routines or with communicating appropriately without adverse behaviors, and she enjoys celebrating each success with the child and their family.


Sarah enjoys working with ABA principles both in the school environment and at home with her own two children.  She is the proud Mom of a three year old little girl and a one year old little boy.  When she is not working, she focuses on personal fitness and making fun memories with her family.  

Danielle joined EBC in September of 2021 as a behavior technician working in a school district with students with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental and communication delays.  After a short time she decided to commit to making a career change to ABA and becoming a BCBA, and is currently enrolled in a Master’s Degree Program in Behavior Analysis Practice.  She is working as an Intern Behavior Analyst in two school districts, as well as with families through state agencies.


Danielle comes to EBC with over 15 years of experience in law enforcement, as one of the few women in NH that held dual certifications as both a police officer and fire fighter.  She is a certified public supervisor, and has a green belt in LEAN (process improvement) and has supervised several state programs directly supporting emergency services.  Before her law enforcement career Danielle began working with adults with developmental disabilities after graduating college, specifically in Work Adjustment Vocational Evaluation Services.  This program helped adults with special needs to find fulfilling job placement in their community.  She would tell you that she has always worked in career fields where the focus is on human behavior, just in different applications.

When she is not working or attending class Danielle is working on hiking all 67 of the New England 4,000 foot mountains, and also enjoys camping, cross country skiing, and mountaineer snowshoeing.  She is married with two daughters and her family loves outdoor activities and playing sports.

 Erica Boutilette

Registered Behavior Technician,
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Curtis Hundley

Registered Behavior Technician, RBT

Erica Boutilette has been working with children for over 15 years.  She started in high school working in the early childhood program and after starting a family of her own went on to continue her education.  She is currently working toward her Associates in early education with plans to further her education in the special education field.

Through her recent experiences working with EBC, Erica has developed great interest in the field of ABA.  She is passionate about helping and supporting children and their families within the community.  Erica has seen rapid success and improvements working with children - from learning everyday skills and routines, to learning to read new words, sing songs, learning to socialize and interact with others, and learning new, productive ways to meet their needs.  She is excited to see the effects ABA can have on children and families in the future. 

After a long career in the trades industry, Curtis changed his career to focus on human services, providing care for individuals with varied needs in the local community.  Initially he worked with an elderly client, providing direct support and care.  He enjoyed this work and then started working with students with autism in a local ABA clinic. During this time he supported many different clients working on daily living skills, academics and providing direct behavioral support.  Curtis developed a passion to help clients learn new skills, improve communication and gain independence.


In the spring of 2022, Curtis completed the RBT curriculum and successfully passed the RBT exam, and is presently a Registered Behavior Technician supporting individuals and running programs.

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 Matthew Boggio

Registered Behavior Technician,
 Nate Antaya

Business Manager, CFO

Graduating from Fairfield University in 2020 with a major in Political Science and minor in Peace & Justice, Matthew Boggio worked as a long-term middle school substitute teacher and as a 1:1 paraprofessional with elementary aged children prior to working with EBC.

At EBC, Matthew brings a thoughtful, compassionate, and kind-hearted personality to the clients he works with.  As a 1:1 paraprofessional, Matthew gained valuable experience working with behavior/regulation plans.  He has always been passionate about helping children reach their goals and potential.  Matthew finds fulfillment when the children find successes - large or small.  He also enjoys working with children with autism and is interested in furthering his education in the field of ABA.   

Matthew has many interests and hobbies when he is not working such as playing and watching sports, hiking, reading, and watching movies.  His favorite soccer team is Arsenal and is a massive Boston sports fan.  Additionally, his favorite books and movies are Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and Marvel.

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