ISADD New Zealand


Working as a Behavioural Therapist

Therapists conduct therapy sessions at the family’s home. These sessions are usually two hours duration twice a week with any one family. As a therapist you are required to follow the child’s individualised programme as set by the Case Manager. This will involve working one to one on any number of skills in which the child has deficits such as language skills, maths skills, social skills, or play skills and decreasing behaviours that the child does to excess, for example tantruming, obsessions and self stimming.

Some pros of working as a therapist:
Some cons to working as a therapist:
Programs Designed and Implemented

Holistic programs cover the following areas:

How to become an ISADD Accredited Therapist:
Who do I contact?

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the New Zealand Coordinator