Behaviour Supports

Expert Behaviour Support Practitioners for Challenging Behaviours

Are you seeking professional assistance to address challenging behaviors in individuals with diverse needs? Look no further than Horizon Therapy Services, where our dedicated Behaviour Support Practitioners are here to help. Our team of experts is committed to providing top-tier support and guidance to help individuals and their families achieve positive outcomes.

Comprehensive Range of Services

Our dedicated team offers a wide range of services designed to address behaviours of concern effectively. These services include:

  1. Individual Therapy Sessions: Our Behaviour Support Practitioners specialise in individual therapy sessions tailored to each client’s unique needs. We focus on implementing evidence-based behaviour management techniques, including relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional regulation, and functional living skills.
  2. Personalized Treatment Plans: We understand that every individual is different, and one-size-fits-all solutions simply don’t work. That’s why our team develops comprehensive treatment plans that are tailored to the client’s diagnosis and behavioral assessments. These plans are designed to support clients both at home and in their community.
  3. School Visits: Our experts conduct school visits to observe behaviors in the educational environment. This allows us to provide valuable guidance and strategies to teachers, fostering a collaborative approach to behavior management.
  4. Data Analysis: We take a data-driven approach to behavior support. Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are responsible for gathering, maintaining, and analyzing data collected during client sessions. This information is used to inform treatment programs, create progress reports, and provide valuable feedback to clients and their families.

Why Choose Horizon Therapy Services for Behaviour Supports?

Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are highly qualified, with tertiary level qualifications in Allied Health, Psychology, or Education. They possess extensive experience in working with children, focusing on improving their behaviors and enhancing their overall well-being.

If you’re looking for experienced Behaviour Support Practitioners who can make a real difference in the lives of individuals with diverse needs, Horizon Therapy Services is here to help.

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If you’re looking for experienced Behaviour Support Practitioners who can make a real difference in the lives of individuals with diverse needs, Horizon Therapy Services is here to help. Contact us today to discuss how our team can provide the support and guidance you need.

Registered with NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

At Horizon Therapy Services, we prioritize quality and safety. Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are registered with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, ensuring that our services meet the highest standards of care and accountability.

What is a behaviour support practitioner?

Behaviour support practitioners, commonly known as “PBS practitioners,” evaluate the factors affecting an individual’s conduct and create strategies to enhance their quality of life while minimizing challenging behaviours.

What is a NDIS behaviour Support Practitioner?

An NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner is an individual authorized by the NDIS Commission to conduct behavior support assessments, including functional behavioral assessments, and to formulate behavior support plans that may involve the utilization of restrictive measures.

What do behavioural therapists do?

Behaviour therapists offer mental health therapy and assistance, focusing on recognizing and modifying learned behaviours that could be adversely affecting the individual’s well-being. They work with individuals dealing with various conditions, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, and panic disorders.

What is the difference between a psychologist and a behavioural therapist?

Therapists typically select a specialized field, such as marriage or family therapy, and assist clients in addressing personal challenges. Psychologists, on the other hand, rely on their robust analytical and observational abilities. They engage in research, make diagnostic assessments of disorders, and provide supervision for interns.

How can Behaviour Support help patients?
  • Substance abuse: Using drugs or alcohol to excess or in a way that is harmful to oneself or others can be a significant behaviour of concern.
  • Disruptive behaviour: may include yelling, interrupting, or refusing to follow the rules or instructions.
  • Aggression: Physical or verbal aggression towards others can be a severe behaviour of concern. This interaction may include threatening or intimidating behaviour, yelling, pushing, hitting, or throwing objects.
  • Self-harm: This refers to any behaviour that intentionally harms oneself, such as cutting, burning, or other forms of self-mutilation.
  • Sexualized behaviour: Any sexual and inappropriate or unwelcome behaviour can be a behaviour of concern. This action may include unwanted touching, sexual comments, or exposing oneself.
  • Bullying: Bullying can take many forms, including physical, verbal, or online harassment. It can involve spreading rumours, exclusion, or intimidation.
  • Withdrawal or isolation: refers to behaviours where an individual is disconnected from others or avoids social interaction. This action may indicate a mental health concern or a problem with social skills.

Expert Behaviour Support Practitioners for Challenging Behaviours

Are you seeking professional assistance to address challenging behaviors in individuals with diverse needs? Look no further than Horizon Therapy Services, where our dedicated Behaviour Support Practitioners are here to help. Our team of experts is committed to providing top-tier support and guidance to help individuals and their families achieve positive outcomes.

Registered with NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

At Horizon Therapy Services, we prioritize quality and safety. Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are registered with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, ensuring that our services meet the highest standards of care and accountability.

Comprehensive Range of Services

Our dedicated team offers a wide range of services designed to address behaviours of concern effectively. These services include:

  1. Individual Therapy Sessions: Our Behaviour Support Practitioners specialise in individual therapy sessions tailored to each client’s unique needs. We focus on implementing evidence-based behaviour management techniques, including relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional regulation, and functional living skills.
  2. Personalized Treatment Plans: We understand that every individual is different, and one-size-fits-all solutions simply don’t work. That’s why our team develops comprehensive treatment plans that are tailored to the client’s diagnosis and behavioral assessments. These plans are designed to support clients both at home and in their community.
  1. School Visits: Our experts conduct school visits to observe behaviors in the educational environment. This allows us to provide valuable guidance and strategies to teachers, fostering a collaborative approach to behavior management.
  2. Data Analysis: We take a data-driven approach to behavior support. Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are responsible for gathering, maintaining, and analyzing data collected during client sessions. This information is used to inform treatment programs, create progress reports, and provide valuable feedback to clients and their families.

Why Choose Horizon Therapy Services for Behaviour Supports?

Our Behaviour Support Practitioners are highly qualified, with tertiary level qualifications in Allied Health, Psychology, or Education. They possess extensive experience in working with children, focusing on improving their behaviors and enhancing their overall well-being.

If you’re looking for experienced Behaviour Support Practitioners who can make a real difference in the lives of individuals with diverse needs, Horizon Therapy Services is here to help. Contact us today to discuss how our team can provide the support and guidance you need.

What is a behaviour support practitioner?

Behaviour support practitioners, commonly known as “PBS practitioners,” evaluate the factors affecting an individual’s conduct and create strategies to enhance their quality of life while minimizing challenging behaviours.

What is a NDIS behaviour Support Practitioner?

An NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner is an individual authorized by the NDIS Commission to conduct behavior support assessments, including functional behavioral assessments, and to formulate behavior support plans that may involve the utilization of restrictive measures.

What do behavioural therapists do?

Behaviour therapists offer mental health therapy and assistance, focusing on recognizing and modifying learned behaviours that could be adversely affecting the individual’s well-being. They work with individuals dealing with various conditions, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, and panic disorders.

What is the difference between a psychologist and a behavioural therapist?

Therapists typically select a specialized field, such as marriage or family therapy, and assist clients in addressing personal challenges. Psychologists, on the other hand, rely on their robust analytical and observational abilities. They engage in research, make diagnostic assessments of disorders, and provide supervision for interns.

How can Behaviour Support help patients?
  • Substance abuse: Using drugs or alcohol to excess or in a way that is harmful to oneself or others can be a significant behaviour of concern.
  • Disruptive behaviour: may include yelling, interrupting, or refusing to follow the rules or instructions.
  • Aggression: Physical or verbal aggression towards others can be a severe behaviour of concern. This interaction may include threatening or intimidating behaviour, yelling, pushing, hitting, or throwing objects.
  • Self-harm: This refers to any behaviour that intentionally harms oneself, such as cutting, burning, or other forms of self-mutilation.
  • Sexualized behaviour: Any sexual and inappropriate or unwelcome behaviour can be a behaviour of concern. This action may include unwanted touching, sexual comments, or exposing oneself.
  • Bullying: Bullying can take many forms, including physical, verbal, or online harassment. It can involve spreading rumours, exclusion, or intimidation.
  • Withdrawal or isolation: refers to behaviours where an individual is disconnected from others or avoids social interaction. This action may indicate a mental health concern or a problem with social skills.