Behavioral & Social/Emotional Supports


The Imperial County SELPA promotes positive learning environments for all students through supports, interventions, and services that are evidence-based to meet the needs of individual learners. Behavior specialists are available to provide professional development opportunities, as well as consultative services to District staff (administrators/teachers/school psychologists’, speech therapists’, etc.). Technical assistance may be requested from a Behavior Specialist regarding Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and/or Individual Transition Plan (ITP) development. Behavior Specialist services may be requested to guide school district staff, and parents regarding educationally related social-emotional and behavioral/ mental health needs, positive behavioral interventions & supports, Behavior Intervention Plan development, and/or curricular adaptations/ modifications and resources.

SELPA Behavior Specialists

Observation-Screening Request


Abby Martinez

Behavior Specialist
E-mail: abby.martinez@icoe.org
Phone: (760) 312-6490

*Directly serving the following School Districts and their respective school-sites:

  • Brawley ESD
  • Calexico USD (9th-12th)
  • Central UHSD
  • Heber ESD
  • Imperial USD
  • San Pasqual USD
  • ICOE Regionalized-Imperial USD

Kim Cantua

Behavioral Specialist II
E-mail: kcantua@icoe.org
Phone: (760) 312-6418

*Directly serving the following School Districts and their respective school-sites:

  • Brawley UHSD
  • Calipatria USD
  • Holtville USD
  • Magnolia USD
  • McCabe UESD
  • Mulberry ESD
  • Seeley USD
  • Westmorland USD
  • ICOE Regionalized-Brawley ESD & BUHSD

Lisa Soto

Behavior Specialist
E-mail: arsoto@icoe.org
Phone: (760) 312-6444

*Directly serving the following School Districts and their respective school-sites:

  • Calexico USD (TK-8th)
  • El Centro ESD
  • Meadows USD
  • ICOE Regionalized-Clx.
  • ICOE Regionalized-ECESD

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