The Woodbury team comprises a set of highly trained education and behaviour professionals from a variety of backgrounds. The teaching and clinical team employs a collaborative approach, maximising the benefit to students and their outcomes, by drawing on relevant experience and backgrounds from a variety of professionals. All staff at Woodbury, from volunteers and junior ABA therapists through to qualified teachers and speech pathologists, undergo a series of intensive in-house training modules focusing on the understanding and theoretical knowledge behind the principles of ABA as well as the application of these skills within the classroom. Training and staff development at Woodbury is an ongoing process with all staff participating in regular coaching and feedback sessions with the clinical team. We place a large emphasis and pride in the quality of our staff, their dedication to the field and their quality of ABA implementation.

The teaching and clinical team work closely with our parents to ensure all aspects of each student’s individual needs are adequately met. We value and encourage parent involvement through regular home-school communication including parent training sessions, IEP meetings, regular progress reports, video footage of the students in action and an ongoing open door policy.

Woodbury welcomes volunteers; we offer in-house theory training to support our volunteers in their work within the classroom. If you are interested in finding out more about what we do, learning from us or gaining experience in Autism, ABA and special education please contact the office.

Woodbury can offer supervision for people seeking the BCBA, BCaBA or RBT certification as well as practical placements for teachers and speech pathologists.