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Lisa Van Zetten

Behaviour Support Therapist



Lisa provides practical solutions and support for clients and their families who are experiencing behavioural challenges

She has a bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education from Flinders University and is a registered NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner.  Lisa’s professional interests include; Autism, ADHD, parent training, sensory processing and early intervention.  

Working alongside families of neurodiverse children and adolescents, Lisa helps them to develop strategies to build skills and improve emotional regulation, executive function and social communication.  She works to understand what is behind challenging behaviours and how we can better meet the needs of the child.  Her work is based on a positive behaviour support model which is person centred and focused on the individual’s strengths and interests.  

As a behaviour support practitioner,Lisa can develop behaviour support plans and provide training for implementation using NDIS Behaviour Support funding.  Lisa also works with clients for both Early Intervention and Improved Daily Living as a registered Developmental Educator. (can to see private clients/non NDIS on request).

Lisa meets with clients either in the office or in their home or school.  Having some sessions at home or school helps her to best understand her client’s natural environments and provide an extra level of support when introducing new strategies.

She is a member of DevelopmentalEducators Australia Inc. (DEAI) and the Positive Behaviour SupportPractitioners Australia (PBSA) and accredited with Siblings Australia -supporting the siblings of children with disability.  Lisa also enjoys contributing as a committeemember for the Australian Conference on Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ACND)which is held in Launceston biennially.  

Outside of work, Lisa is a mum to 3 kids, spending lots of time on the sporting sidelines…and  escaping to the beach with her family when she can.

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