Our Team

We only recruit and retain therapists and support personnel that are not only experts at what they do, but fully enjoy their careers. This results in a highly professional and creative team and a nurturing and fun environment.

We have over 40 experienced therapists that include BCBAs, RBTs, Speech and Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists. With the launch of our Telehealth Division, all Speech and Occupational therapists are trained and experienced in teletherapy.

Putting our patients and their family’s interest above everything else is reflected in everything we do beginning at the front desk, and in all of our processes. Thus our support staff is as carefully selected as our therapists.

Phillip Weil
Phillip WeilBA, MA, PEERS certified
Phillip oversees the operations at ACG Therapy Center. A University of Florida graduate with a diverse and multicultural background, Phillip heads the ACG team in close collaboration with our Clinical Lead, ensuring alignment to the Center’s Vision and Mission. His experience includes educational and work experiences in US, Canada and Puerto Rico. He is certified in PEERS Social Skills intervention.
Liz Duda Robuck
Liz Duda RobuckMA, CCC-SLP, PEERS Certified
Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Lead of Speech and occupational Therapy
Liz comes to us from the University of Florida, with a Bachelors Degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders, and a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Liz leads our talented team of therapists, ensuring a multidisciplinary approach customized to every child. A born teacher and mentor, she has trained students and mentored young therapists. She has participated in research efforts at UF, and has extensive experience with children on the Autism spectrum. She is recognized for her work on the development of social skills at the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), where she co-created a social skills club for teens with ASD known as “MyFriends.” She is a certified provider of PEERS, a social skills training intervention for youth with social challenges.
Violet Kyong
Violet Kyon