Ally Dube is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who has demonstrated proven success with the use of a creative treatment approach to challenging behaviors. Ally has 15 years of experience, both in the field and as an Autism parent, and has worked with individuals of all ages with Autism, developmental delays, and a variety of mental health conditions. Ally’s experience includes working with both adults and children with a wide mix of communication abilities.
Ally co-founded Compass Innovative Behavior Strategies, a multidisciplinary behavioral health provider for individuals with Autism and other developmental disabilities, in 2015 and is the Chief Clinical Officer. Compass has quickly grown into one of the largest ABA service providers in the state of NH, with 3 clinic locations across southern NH and approximately 80 employees. Compass has been recognized several times in the local media, including #1 Fastest Growing Family-Owned Business in 2018 (#3 in 2019) and the #1 Company to Watch in 2019 (BusinessNH Magazine). In addition, Ally serves on the faculty of Antioch University as an Adjunct Professor, teaching Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) coursework for graduate students pursuing board certification as a BCBA.
Ally is particularly passionate about mentoring graduate ABA students to teach them the “real world” skills of being a behavior analyst, and also working with families to teach functional life skills. Ally also enjoys advocacy and leadership training for legal issues with autism insurance funding and reform. In her spare time, Ally enjoys spending time in nature, hiking with her husband in the Monadnock region, reading and spending time with her four cats.