Stephanie Stutzriem

Hello everybody! My name is Stephanie. I graduated from UCLA in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology. I received my Master’s in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University in 2021. I am currently obtaining fieldwork hours in order to sit for my BCBA.

For as long as I could remember, I knew I wanted to help people. When I was a child, I thought this meant working in the medical field. Up until my second year of undergraduate, I planned on becoming a doctor. Halfway through undergraduate, I realized the hospital was not for me. I was introduced to the field of Applied Behavior Analysis in 2015. I grew up with a younger brother with a mental disability, so prior to this, helping others with a mental or developmental disability was a lifestyle, not a possible career. However, ABA taught me I can help people in different ways. It taught me that I can help people reach their full potential and grow into their own. ABA makes me feel like I am accomplishing my childhood goal of helping people and making a difference.

In my spare time, pretty much all of it, I enjoy spending time with my two children. Yes, I use ABA in my own home to make sure they reach their full potential as well! I also enjoy reading and cleaning!

Latreasha Nolen
MA, BCBA 1-21-52947

Latreasha graduated from California State Dominguez Hills in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Africana Studies. In 2019 she received her Master’s in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. Latreasha obtained her BCBA in 2021. 

Latreasha fell in love with ABA in 2009 and from that point dedicated her time and energy to learn more about the field. Latreasha has worked with individuals with developmental delays and disabilities for more than 10 years, primarily with individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  

“Working in ABA has taught me that anything truly is possible. Consistency and follow through truly is key!” 

In her free time Latreasha enjoys spending time with her children and husband.  

Raul Zamora Fuentes

I am a Behavior Technician, I received my Bachelor of Arts in Human Development from California State University San Bernardino. I am currently enrolled in the Chicago School of Professional Psychology to get my Masters in Applied Behavioral Analysis. I first fell in love with ABA, when I took my internship for my undergrad. Since then I enjoy helping

Hello, my name is Charde. I have 10+ years experience working with children and adults with various disabilities. Raising a brother with down Syndrome helped me to realize that helping people is what I love to do. Seeing the sparkle in there eyes when they have learned something new is just a satisfying feeling. In my spare time I like making memories with my family and I look forward to helping you make memories with yours.

Taylor Stiffler

Hello, my name is Taylor Stiffler and I am a Behavioral Technician. Currently I am attending Chaffey College to receive my associates degree in Social and Behavioral Science as well as Interior Design. I was introduced into ABA though my sister who had explained it to me. After learning more about it I felt that this was truly something I would love to do and it was the right fit. I think understanding how different every situation is and working towards a goal with parents is truly a great thing.

Claudia Doty, M.S.
Clinical Executive Director

Hi! I’m Claudia Doty, Clinical Executive Director for Heredia Therapy Group.   My goal is to manage our objectives, programs, and processes to offer an excellent service to you and your loved ones.

I am deeply passionate about supporting the mental, emotional, and social development of youth, especially those in foster care.  That drive stems from my experience growing up in the system and the years I’ve spent working with families in the social service field. 
I believe caring for our mental health is crucial, as it affects us all in some capacity—whether it’s through our struggles or through those of people we know and love. 
My hope is that we can continue to provide quality therapy services to create a safe and supportive community.

Who I Am

I’m a Clinical Executive Director with a Masters of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the California State University of San Bernardino.  

I’ve spent more than 11 years working with kids and families touched by adoption and foster care, leveraging my personal story to guide them through the process.  My work as a foster youth mentor for the Children’s Bureau has allowed me to support vulnerable people as they navigate the challenges and risk factors of foster care.  Additionally, my personal experience as a foster child has also empowered me to work with prospective parents and participate in conferences to find ways to increase community opportunities.

When I’m not working, I enjoy socializing, being active outside, cooking, and anything to do with animals!

What I Do


As a Clinical Executive Director, my role consists of setting and carrying out our practice’s strategies, policies, and procedures, ensuring all operational activities run smoothly.


I’m here to serve as a liaison between you, your family, and our team of health care professionals to facilitate your healing process.


To learn more about how we can support you, contact us today!