INTRODUCING BEHAVIOUR ZEN A WEB BASED APP

Free workshops for parents, teachers, support staff and professionals

Dolly Bhargava

Screen shot of Behaviour Zen app

What is Behaviour Zen? Behaviour Zen is a web based app that aims to systematically assess, prevent and manage challenging emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Who is Behaviour Zen useful for? Behaviour Zen is useful for supporting children, adolescents and adults with challenging emotional and behavioural difficulties who have been diagnosed with one or more of the following conditions.  They include, Anxiety Disorder, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.

Who can use Behaviour Zen? Behaviour Zen can be used by parents, teachers and behaviour professionals.  Behaviour professionals include:

  • Mental health professionals (i.e. psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, psychologists, counsellors and mental health nurses).
  • Allied health professionals (i.e. speech pathologist, occupational therapist, physiotherapists and social workers).
  • Supervisory professionals (i.e. managers, team learners, supervisors, coordinators, consultants and other professionals in leadership positions)

Where can the Behaviour Zen web based app be used? Behaviour Zen can be used in guiding challenging emotional and behavioural difficulties in family homes; early childhood programs, primary and secondary school programs; respite and accommodation programs; employment programs and community day programs for individuals with disabilities.

To learn more about Behaviour Zen please register for this free workshop

When:              Friday 7th October, 9:30 – 11:30am

Where:            Independent Living Centre of WA- Training Room

The Niche, Suite A, 11 Aberdare Rd, Nedlands WA

No parking is available at the Niche Building. Paid parking is available at QE11 car park. Map available from https://ilc.com.au/parking/

Note:               Maximum of 25 attendees

RSVP: Dolly Bhargava

qualitycommunication1@gmail.com

or 0423 293 254

This is NOT a workshop run by the Independent Living Centre