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Laura Bonafe

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Laura is from Italy and she moved to Miami, FL in 2017. Her passion for helping others started back in high school, when she decided psychology would be her future. She obtained her Master Degree in Applied Cognitive Psychology at University of Padova and she continued her education in Applied Behavior Analysis at Florida Atlantic University. Currently a BCBA, She supervises and supports her supervisee's to help her clients live their best lives.

Therapeutic Specialties

ADHD, Verbal Behavior, Daily Living Skills, School Support, Social Skills, Token Systems, Language Support, Increase replacement behaviors, Self Care, Learning and Academic Skills

What is important to you, for your client to feel, when working with you?

When I work with my clients, I want them to feel that they can trust me. Trust and honesty are the most important things in a therapist-client relationship.

Who do you believe you are for a client as they manage their problems?

I believe I am a guide, a teacher and a friend.

What drives your passion for seeing clients?

Each day with a client is an opportunity to invest in their future. And this is what drives my passion for seeing them, knowing that every day when I am with them they do a little step forward.

How do you believe clients "get better"?

I believe clients get better when they connect with the therapist and let the therapist guide them in the learning process.

ABA Department

Laura Bonafe


University of Padova (Italy), Bachelor in Cognitive Psychology and Psychobiology

University of Padova, Master in Applied Cognitive Psychology

Client Age Range

Children (2-6), Children (6-12)

Languages Spoken

English, Italian

Personal Hobbies

When I'm not working, I enjoy taking my dog for long walks and doing outside activities. I also love to spend time at the beach and enjoy the sunny Florida's weather. I am also a food lover! Any opportunity to try new places in town, I take it! But pizza will always be my favorite food :)

"When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower" Alexander Den Heijer

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