Whitney is a zestful and compassionate behaviour support practitioner. After graduating from university with her bachelor’s degree in psychology, Whitney went on to work with clients of all ages who suffered from a disability and/or traumatic brain injury for over 8 years in a wide variety of settings throughout their communities.
Whitney is enthusiastic about helping people with disabilities improve their relationships and quality of life. She is committed to working with clients and their support networks to find appropriate evidenced based and person-centred behavioural interventions. Whitney has a passion for helping clients develop skills in all of areas of their life, particularly in encouraging client community engagement and relationship building.