Sim Gill graduated from the University of Wales with a Masters of Science specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis in 2010. Prior to her graduate studies, Sim Gill earned an undergraduate Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Toronto in 2009. Sim Gilll is a professor at Seneca College and enjoys teaching the Behaviour Health Sciences Program.
Sim Gill works as a Behaviour Consultant for Mackenzie Health where she assesses behaviour post- injury and implements treatment plans using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well Mindfulness. Sim has worked in many fields: acquired brain injury, behavioral disorders, challenging behaviors, autism and developmental disabilities, depression, anxiety management and post-traumatic stress. She has shown great enthusiasm for teaching groups various workshops and coping strategies.