Golden Age

Behaviour Therapy

Positive Behaviour Support Clinicians

Our Behaviour Therapy services focus on providing people with disability and their families the tools they need to help people live their best life. Our clinicians will work with you to implement & promote positive behaviour change.

When should I see a Behaviour Support Clinician?

We work within a multidisciplinary framework to provide behavioural therapy in residential, educational and vocational settings. This assists people with behavioural challenges to meet their needs effectively.

Behaviour Therapy

What do Behaviour Support Clinicians do?

  • Conduct behavioural assessments, including functional analysis, and provide interpretations of the results
  • Formulate and implement behavioural interventions
  • Provide behavioural advice, guidance and consultation to families, support staff and other professionals contributing directly to peoples’ assessment, analysis and intervention plans within a Positive Behaviour Support Framework
  • Manage highly complex information and sensitive situations involving exposure to distressing, traumatic and emotional material, including exposure to challenging behaviours
  • Communicate in a skilled and sensitive manner, information concerning the assessment, formulation and intervention plans of people under their care.

What other benefits can I expect from a Behaviour Support Clinician?

  • Improved clinical outcomes
  • Increased patient satisfaction
  • Highly personalised service that works in partnership with you to achieve agreed goals
  • Meaningful participation in the community
  • Improved quality of life
  • Improved relationships
  • Improved daily living