Helping Families Move Forward


Paediatric Dietitian, Kiri Woodington, who specialises in disordered and restricted eating related to autism and sensory processing disorders will be increasing her days with us from the first of July. You can now start the intake process to work with Kiri. Contact us to get started. Also, see our recent webinar with Kiri on disordered and restrictive eating.

You are invited to follow us on our Facebook page as we share lots


You are invited to follow us on our Facebook page as we share lots of useful information to help families.


We are now running regular webinars!

Check out our webinar page for more information. These are free to attend live and you an watch the replays at anytime.

Student Placements

If you are a tertiary student seeking a placement, please contact us to see about having your placement at BCBM.

Behaviour Management

Does your Child have Challenging Behaviour?


Is your Child very Anxious or Fearful?


Does your Child have difficulties Making and Keeping Friends?

Spectrum Disorders

Does your Child have a Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?


Is your Child being Bullied?

Anger Management

Is Emotional Regulation an issue for your Child?

Disability or Illness

Does your Child have a Disability or Illness?


Does your Child have ADD, ADHD or ODD?


Has your Child Experienced Trauma?

Siblings & Family Relationships

Does your family need support?


Do you think your Child has Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome?

Carer Support

Do You need support?

Our Professional & Experienced team are here to support you.

Our mission and vision to help families move forward

Behaviour Management & Counselling
NDIS Support & More

Training for Parents, Carers & Educators

Meet our dedicated team of professionals who are here to support you

Resources for parents, carers, and educators

Contact us to find out how we can work with you

All behaviour has a purpose.  Behaviour is a form of communication. Challenging behaviour is often a symptom of an underlying unmet need.  We often find ourselves reacting to symptoms rather than responding to the need. The key to success is meeting the unmet need and supporting the implementation of more adaptive ways of meeting these needs.

Bobbi Cook


5 Shaftesbury Ave.
Delacombe VIC 3356