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Camp Counsellor | UCLA UniCamp |
March 2011- July 2011
As part of a team, supervised and organised activities for over 70 young people aged 13 – 14 from disadvantaged backgrounds for a week of camp to build self confidence and academic focus, as well as enabling them to experience summer camp.

Classroom Assistant | Valence School |
September 2005 – May 2008
Worked as a volunteer classroom assistant for young people from ages 4 – 19 with a range of disabilities. Supported teachers in Maths, English, Art and Sport classes.


Childminder | Local family | 

September 2006 – May 2008

Worked as a childminder in the evenings for two boys aged 2 and 4, which included play, help with homework, reading stories and managing bedtime routines.


I am a Psychology student and trainee ABA Therapist seeking a junior ABA Therapist role. I am passionate about helping young people with Autism Spectrum Disorders develop the life skills they need to grow and thrive.

I am reliable, punctual, patient and always willing to go the extra mile to help clients succeed. I have a friendly and fun personality, and greatly enjoy working with children. My previous career was as a Manager in Technology Marketing, and I have many transferrable skills including organisation, teamwork and teaching others.


Graduate Diploma in Psychology | August 2020 – Present | University of Melbourne

Relevant coursework: Clinical Psychology, Development of the Thinking Child, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Lifespan Social and Emotional Development.

Hold current Working With Children Check, National Police Check and First Aid Certificate from St John Ambulance Australia.

Completed ABIA Making It Work as an ABA Therapist training in August 2020. Currently a registered ABIA member.


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