I graduated from the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Behavioural Psychology program in 2010, one semester after completing my field placement with Providence Care's Community Brain Injury Services. That five month placement provided me the opportunity to enter the field of brain injury for the first time and become a valued member of the agency. The skills I developed, experience I gained, and relationships made during my time there resulted in what is now my career where I have obtained full-time employment and the benefits associated with that, all while doing a job that is rewarding and I enjoy. I am also fortunate to have been given the opportunity of being a BPSYC placement supervisor, both for the college and the agency. Supervising placements has allowed me to stay connected to the program, keep me involved in the ABA world, and continue to learn and develop professionally.