Palm Desert

Eleonora Magri

Eleonora Magri

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“Everyone deserves to be given an opportunity, to be treated with compassion and love.”

Eleonora Magri has a passion for helping others, particularly children, and has a special interest in autism. She is dedicated to her field and the families she serves and is inspired by these powerful words of Mother Theresa, “Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.”

Eleonora received her master’s degree in psychology in 2008. She began studying Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and earned her BCBA credentials in 2012. Instrumental in the development and growth of the Palm Desert office in 2009, under the mentorship of Dr. Sadeghi and Stephanie London, Eleonora now leads her team as director of clinical services.

Originally from Italy, Eleonora lived in Puerto Rico for 10 years. She now lives in Palm Desert with her chef husband and three daughters. She can always be found with her kids engaged in fun activities like crafting, enjoying the outdoors, and baking. She takes great pleasure in watching her talented drummer daughter perform with her band, and she loves yoga and traveling to new places with her family.


Stephanie Richardson

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“Great leaders share power without ego. Fulfillment comes through serving others.”

Stephanie London is a great leader, providing hope and empowering people to be more independent in their communities. When she thinks about life and her purpose, it is truly to serve. She adds, “The life we live is greater than us, and should be poured out for others through service.” Working with the special-needs population and their families is at the center of Stephanie’s heart.

Stephanie had her undergraduate experience at California State University, Northridge. She was selected to intern at Chime Institute, one of the top inclusion programs for children with disabilities in the country. Stephanie enrolled at UC Davis and was among the first cohort to complete the autism certification program. She received her Master of Teaching and Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University, followed by her BCBA.

Stephanie enjoys being outdoors, going to the spa, spending time with family, feeding and serving the homeless, mentoring young ladies through a program called Sarah’s Daughters Ministries, dancing with her church ministry, and traveling.