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Sarah strives to enable clients to experience positive change by identifying client- specific strategies that correlate with their own skills, abilities, and interests, employing a person- centered approach to each aspect of their care.
Sarah studied psychology up to a Graduate Diploma level at Monash University and Australian Catholic University. She now works as a Behaviour Support Practitioner. Sarah has experience providing care and behaviour support to children with a range of diagnoses, including ASD, ADHD, and intellectual disability. She has worked with clients in home and community settings, 1:1, and in a group.
Sarah specialises in providing ABA therapy, to help clients learn skills such as functional communication and everyday living skills. Sarah enjoys seeing individuals achieve their goals and strives to help them by finding strategies suitable to their skills, physical, and mental abilities.
In her free time, Sarah enjoys knitting/embroidery, reading, and hanging out with her dogs.
Positive Behaviour Support (chiefly ASD, ADHD, schizophrenia) Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
Western Suburbs, including Melton, St Albans, and surrounding areas (30-minute radius)