Book A Coach

Below are the list of all the coaches that we have, a biography about them and a link to book them. You get one 15 minute free consultation with the coach prior to booking so the coach will learn more about you and what you want out of the session.

Meet Rebecca

    Rebecca Mckee

    Rebecca McKee works as an Autism-Behavioral Consultant. She is the owner of The 13th Child Autism & Behavioral Coaching, inc. Rebecca has a Master’s Degree in Special Education, with a Concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analysis (BCBA). Rebecca has over 15 years experience working with families & individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The 13th Child Autism & Behavioral Coaching, inc. is a consulting company focusing on individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Communication Disorder & other socio-behavioral uniqueness. This company’s name was born due to Rebecca being the 13th child of her family & the idea that society views 13 as unlucky, as some may also view having ASD. This is a case where 13 is lucky & those good vibrations are available in abundance for someone living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. While half of her brain is analytical, Rebecca tends to love & live with her creative side. Writing is a passion, hobby, stress reliever, joy-bringer & an alternative way to educate others on ASD. Rebecca has written ASD-related articles for parenting magazines & websites, articles for Catholic publications on how to include family members with mental health uniqueness into religious services, as well as writing on research teams. Rebecca includes personal tips on her Instagram account. Writing is an passion & improving others’ lives in the process is a bonus! Everyone knows someone living with ASD, or other mental health profile. Families & parents dream of living 1 typical day. Daily activities become burdensome. Stress ensues, depression settles in, hence suffering. Those living with ASD are growing & aging. Our communities are now part of the circle. It is important for individuals with ASD to learn & master how to assimilate into the workforce; it is important for society to understand that this population may just do things differently than the mainstream folk, without having bad intentions. Families & individual persons can benefit by learning the fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), in order to create harmony in the home. Readers can learn & practice awareness & sensitivity. It is important for all people to enjoy a high quality of life including achievement, creativity, friendships, spirituality and wellness.