Through a mixture of Psychology, Social work, Special Ed, Clinical Nursing, Emergency Management and direct Behavioural Science interventions, we work to holistically assist the participant to reduce behaviours of concern that are interfering with their quality of life.
All therapists have studied behaviourism directly and engage in resource swapping, peer supervision, group supervision and professional development.
Many individuals face difficulty in regulating their emotions, meeting their sensory needs, understanding interpersonal interactions, being able to predict and control their week, or being able to effectively communicate their messages.
Sometimes these difficulties result in outbursts that include property damage, threats, harm to themselves or others or other behaviours of concern.
Participants with a diagnosis of Autism, a cognitive disability and or dual diagnosis.
Participants that require a tailored approach
Participants seeking a functional assessment and behaviour support plan
Participants seeking a therapist who aligns with the NDIS Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework