Behaviour support practitioner Graduate Certificate in Human Services (Griffith University) Diploma in Investigation, Diploma in Public Safety
Sue brings a wealth of knowledge in the mental health and disability industries having previously worked in the Public Service for over 10 years in various roles including Mental Health Support Worker and Investigation.
As a qualified Behaviour Support Practitioner Sue focuses on positive change for people with a disabilities and empowering them to have greater support and choice to live independent lives. Sue has worked intensively alongside clients with complex mental health conditions and is proud to be part of our Positive Behaviour Practitioner team.
Sue’s interests include Neuro Rehabilitation using Virtual Reality to stimulate new neuron pathways and PTSD.
Sue’s approach is very much led by unconditional positive regard for others, and her personal values and core beliefs of empathy, dignity and respect. Sue believes that positive change comes from the investment of all people in the person’s life including the community.
Sue makes ensures that each of her sessions with clients is creative and full of energy.
In her spare time Sue enjoys collecting art pieces, including the her favourite artist Banksy.