Child, Youth, Adult and Family Behaviour Therapy and Counselling Service

Exciting announcement

Behaviour Management Solutions present Decoding Behaviour 101

With

Darren Gannon and Bobbi Cook

Specifically, tailored training and workshops for

developing skills in managing complex behaviours of concern.

 

Parents and f/t carers only - kin, kith, foster and adopted*

Ballarat, Thursday 2nd August 9:30-230 $175pp

Ballarat Golf Club,1800 Sturt St Ballarat

 

Parents, carers, educators, allied health and support workers*

Maryborough, Wednesday 29th August 9:30-2:30 $175pp

Maryborough Highland Society, 35 High St, Maryborough

 

Teachers-early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary, specialists, aides and teacher assistants; administrative and support staff, support workers, case managers, disability and aged care workers, allied health professionals, emergency service personnel, coaches and other professionals.

Ballarat, Wednesday 17th October 9:30-2:30 $175pp

Ballarat Golf Club,1800 Sturt St Ballarat

 

Psychologist, Darren Gannon: 20 years’ experience in disability, specialist case management and mental health provides the whys of understanding and insight into the complexities of arousal, meltdown, regulation and containment.

Behaviour therapist, Bobbi Cook: 30 years’ experience working with complex families will facilitate a practical implementation workshop providing the how’s and what’s of successful behaviour management planning.

*Both presenters registered NDIS service providers and funding, if allocated in participant plans may be used to access this training. Request a service agreement and a service booking will be made to cover the cost of training. (service booking forms available at www.bcbm.com.au)

 In the morning, an intensive presentation by psychologist Darren Gannon who with 25 years’ experience in disability, specialist case management and mental health provides the whys of understanding and insight into the complexities of arousal, meltdown, regulation and containment.

In the afternoon behaviour therapist, Bobbi Cook who with 30 years’ experience working with complex families will facilitate a practical implementation workshop providing the how’s and what’s of successful student behaviour support.

You will come away with fresh insights into the purpose of your students and their families behaviours of concern. Experience a range of tools helpful in understanding and responding to challenging behaviours. Therefore, increasing feelings of success, quality of life and sense of efficacy for yourself and your students.

Boking forms in training tab on side menu

 

 

  • Various dates and venues

  • $175pp

  • See side training tab to register

  • Gather the understanding and tools you need to be successful

  • Practical insights and understanding

  • Specifically designed for you and your specific roles

  • Dates and times don’t work for your family or organisation? Request a quote just for you and yours

Call: Alisha 5309 0495
Register and request an invoice or service agreement www.bcbm.com.au
reception@bcbm.com.au

 

 

If you or your children (no matter their age or ability- even if they are adults) are having some behavioural struggles and you are just not quite sure what to try next, then Behaviour Therapy may be able to help you.

An experienced therapist will initially meet  with you to discuss you and your child or young persons’s needs. This discussion will include an extensive assessment of your family's situation and usually takes about 1 1/2 hours to complete.

This process will help to determine whether or not behaviour therapy is appropriate for your family and situation.

Behaviour therapy is a solution focused choice

It is not about deep psychological therapy or intense counselling but practical strategies and referral as required.

Counselling is used  to support parents, children and young people understand their behaviour and to make sense of why they behave the way they do. It may be necessary to cover many issues with the child including grief and loss, trauma, divorce or separation, problems at school and learning  difficulties.

Behaviour therapy will then be utilised to help your child develop new skills to more effectively and consistently manage their own behaviour without as much adult or external help.

Parents and carers will be supported with parenting strategies that may help the implementation of skills development and integration.

Counselling is also offered to adults of all abilites. Often adults with additional needs find it helpful to have someeone outside of their situation to process their thoughts and feelings with.