Ms Hajah Hirwaniza Binti Haji Jainal

Ms Hajah Hirwaniza Binti Haji Jainal
Specialty: Behavioural Psychologist

About The Doctor

Length of Work: 

M.Sc., QBA


  • Bachelor of Psychological Science (Australia, 2009)
  • Behaviour Analysis Undergraduate Special Coursework – Assistance Level (USA, 2013)
  • Master of Science in Developmental Psychology (United Kingdom, 2016)
  • Behaviour Analysis Graduate Special Coursework – Analyst Level (USA, 2019)

Board Certification and Affiliation

  • Registered Psychologist (Full) – Allied Health Professions Council of Brunei Darussalam (ABPCBD)
  • Qualified Behaviour Analyst – Qualified Applied Behaviour Analysis Credentialing Board (QABA)
  • Member of Association of Behaviour Analysis International (ABAI)

Main interest:

  • Child Development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Behaviour Analysis
  • Developmental Disorders and Disabilities
  • Behavioural and Cognitive Assessment
  • Behavioural Intervention

General Information

Hajah Hirwaniza has received a commendation awards from the Department of Psychology for an outstanding achievement of gaining a distinction for her thesis in investigating the effect of reading storybook in helping young children learn new words on preschools around Lancashire, UK. Over the years, she participated many symposium and conferences such in Manila, and Kuala Lumpur. In 2015, she has presented and published a paper title ‘Developing an Applied Learning Analysis Program for Children with Autism in Brunei’ at the International Journal of Child Development and Mental Health, in Chiang Mai Thailand.

With an in-depth knowledge in children’s development and 13 years of significant experience in the field of behaviour analysis, Hajah Hirwaniza has worked with more than 50 families and children with a wide-range of developmental disabilities, such as, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Global Developmental Delay, ranging from age 2 to 16 years old. She has conducted and writes more than hundreds of behavioural assessment and intervention strategies, respectively, that tackle the children’s behavioural issues and challenges.

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