Lynette Davies

Skybound BCBA

Lynette is a BCBA who has worked with Skybound Therapies since 2017. Lynette works within homes and schools with a range of clients, supports people gaining their BCBA qualifications and manages staff members in South Wales.

Swansea, Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan, Birmingham, Bristol, Gloucester
Skybound BCBA



“I believe that this is not just a job, it’s a passion. I am fortunate to have a job that can make a difference to people’s lives and work with people that have the same values.”


I am originally from Manchester, but I have lived in Wales for over 18 years and I still have my Northern accent! I fell in love with Wales instantly and have stayed around! I am currently based in Cardiff but I was brought up in a little seaside town called Aberystwyth where the majority of my family live!

Not yet knowing Applied Behaviour Analysis existed, I studied my BSc in Applied Psychology at Swansea University, receiving a First class honours in 2014. I decided to focus my dissertation thesis on Relational Frame Theory, an area of Behaviour Analysis which was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology. Following this, I knew I wanted to pursue a MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis but I knew the financial difficulties that came with it. I spent my whole summer researching and writing to charities explaining my passion and how I wanted to improve people’s quality of life and make a difference but that I needed support to do so. With many rejections came a charity who kindly offered the full grant for me to pursue my goals, which resulted in me graduating in MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis in 2015. During completing my MSc, I also worked as an ABA tutor for young children with autism in both home and schools. I had worked with children previously as a learning support assistant with teenagers with autism in a mainstream school and had worked in America with teenagers to motivate them within activities during summer holidays. When working as an ABA tutor, I felt so fortunate that I had found the field that I loved and to appreciate what some may consider small, but is a huge skill for that individual and being with them on that journey. Following this, I became a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst in 2017 having worked in various settings such as mainstream and special needs schools, primary and secondary pupil referral units, home and clinic settings.

Although I am primarily based in Cardiff, South Wales, I provide consultation across the UK, in a multi and interdisciplinary manner on a range of full and part-time time home programmes and school programmes. I currently work with a range of children and teenagers up to the age of 16 with Autism, Global Developmental Disorders, Acquired Brain Injury, Fragile-X, Pathological Demand Avoidance and Anxiety.

Whilst working as a consultant directly with children on programmes, I also provide supervision for those working towards their BCBA qualification. I currently work within a special needs school to train a teacher to become a BCBA and teaching assistants to become Registered Behaviour Technicians so Behaviour Analysis can be integrated within their curriculum. I also provide BCBA supervision for staff members to develop and further their career goals within the company, in addition to providing well-being support for them as a Regional Manager in South Wales.

Outside of work, I love to explore, whether this is to travel to different countries or simply going on new walks locally. One of my favourite holidays was when I interrail around Italy and explored lots of different areas and enjoyed the Italian cuisine! Myself and my Partner recently introduced a Vizsla dog into our home and I love training him, going on long walks and receiving the cuddles at the end of the day. I can no longer have a low coffee table as his tail has a mind of its own. We have also enjoyed renovating our first house that we have just sold.

Board Certified Behaviour Analyst

Certification Number: 1-17-26536

MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis

Dissertation: Davies, L and Scoble, K. (2015). Evaluating the effects of tangible reinforcement of escape-maintained behaviours. Task Persistence and Preference.

2015 University of South Wales
BSc Applied Psychology
2014 Swansea University
Davies, L and Scoble, K. Evaluating the effects of tangible reinforcement of escape-maintained behaviours. Task Persistence and Preference.