Sue Sloan

/ Clinical Neuropsychologist & Occupational Therapist
/ B.App.Sc. (Occ. Therapy); M.Sc. (Clin. Neuropsych.) AAOT; MAPS; CCN

Sue Sloan is an AHPRA registered Occupational Therapist and Clinical Neuropsychologist, and NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner (Advanced/Specialist Level).

Sue’s worked in the field of brain injury for over 40 years and has a particular interest is creating programs to assist people who display cognitive impairment and challenging behaviours, with a particular focus on building skills and life role participation.

With thousands of hours of experience providing behaviour support to many hundreds of people with brain impairment, Sue’s career is now centred on training health professionals, behaviour support practitioners, support workers and family members in the management of challenging behaviours. On-line courses are available through Sue’s Teachable site, Therapeutic Behaviour below.

Training can also be tailored to the specific needs of individuals or organisations and delivered live, either on-line (via zoom) or face to face. All training programs build on established theoretical frameworks and draw on extensive clinical experience. Sue’s focus is to ensure participants develop confidence and practical skills-based competencies.

Professional supervision, mentoring and consultancy to health professionals is also available

The second edition of Sue’s book titled ‘Understanding Acquired Brain Injury and Behaviour Change’, will soon be available as an eBook.