Our Brighton clinic provides behaviour support therapy to NDIS registered participants.  In addition, we provide our services to local Victorians. We apply person-centred values in consideration of our clients during our counselling and psychotherapy sessions. PCC make home and school visits and welcomes clients and participants to the clinic for face-to-face appointments and online telehealth

Our Brighton Behaviour support therapists, counsellors and psychotherapists support NDIS participants, children, adolescents, adults and senior adults in the community of Victoria and Internationally that are suffering from any one or more of the below,

  • Dyslexia,
  • Dysgraphia,
  • Dyscalculia,
  • Auditory processing disorder
  • Organisation Skills
  • ADHD
  • ASD

Special educational therapists are qualified and trained in techniques and strategies for increasing attention and focus and strengthening executive dysfunction, which is impulsive behaviour that interferes with their ability to manage thoughts, emotions, and actions.


Behavioural Therapy in Brighton

Individuals with executive dysfunction usually struggle with self-control, time management, planning, organisation, task beginning (they procrastinate), working memory (they frequently forget things), persistence (they lack motivation), and other higher-order cognitive domains.

Special Educational Therapists support adults and children with behavioural issues and learning disabilities by:

  • Identifying different behaviours that are the root of their learning difficulties and thinking.
  • Support adult or child learning with strategies to improve their focus, inattentive behaviour, and other behaviours.
  • Provide a safe place to talk about their learning and anxiety that may impact them socially.
  • Assess and plan for behavioural and learning disabilities, provide Individual Educational (Learning) Plans.

Behavioural Therapy

  • Cognitive and
  • Behaviour therapy,
  • Narrative,
  • Psychoanalytical,
  • Gestalt,
  • Exposure and Response-Prevention (ERP)
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Education Counselling

  • Learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Bullying, aggression, or fighting
  • Personal growth concerns
  • Home life issues, abuse, neglect
  • Positive familial involvement
  • Educator or school staff conflicts with students
  • Concerns of grades, studies, and coursework
  • Handling typical school and classroom stressors
  • Advisory on upcoming educational choice
  • Emotional
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General Counselling

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Suicide ideation
  • Mental health and disability,
  • Family and couple relationships
  • Elders counselling
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