Behaviour Help

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Positive Practical Behaviour Solutions

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Mission Statement

At Behaviour Help our passion is to equip parents, childcare, teachers, youth and disability staff with positive practical behaviour strategies to help children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural difficulties  learn positive ways of behaving and managing their emotions to reach their fullest potential.

Positive Behaviour Support

For Parents

Educate you to better understand your child’s emotional and behavioural needs.

For Educators

EMPOWER you to collaborate with your student’s parents, support staff and professionals to help your student learn positive ways of behaving and managing their emotions.

For YOUTH, Health & Disability Professionals

ENABLE key people and support staff to work in a unified manner with the individual on this unique transformative journey.

Behaviour Helps aims to equip those supporting individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties with the knowledge, skills, and tools to help the individual learn positive ways of behaving and managing their emotions. Our resources include a book series, app, coaching, online courses, face to face workshops and consultancy. They aim to educate-empower-enable you to utlise Positive Behaviour Support at childcare, school, youth centres, employment and disability support services.

The resources are based on the evidenced based approach of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS). PBS emphasises the need for an assessment to take place to understand the reason/s for specific challenging behaviours before they can be addressed. Based on the assessment findings, PBS uses multiple approaches to minimise or prevent the occurrence of these behaviours. PBS focuses on teaching, increasing and strengthening helpful behaviours through reinforcement, and anticipating where things may go wrong, rather than just reacting when they do. By changing interactions, activities and altering environments, specific behaviours can be prevented, and we can improve the individual’s quality of life.

For more information please contact us. We are here to answer any questions, comments or concerns you might have. We can provide with any additional information you might need regarding our consultancy services, books, face to face workshops, and online courses.

Importance of Addressing Challenging Behaviour

Individuals with Emotional and Behavioural difficulties (EBD) exhibit widely varied inappropriate behaviours or emotional responses to problems in the environment Examples of challenging behaviours include hitting, kicking, spitting, breaking things or withdrawing.

EBD can co-occur with one or more of the following conditions:

Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

These responses are identified as challenging because they:

  • Have a duration, frequency and intensity beyond the acceptable norm,
  • Are not in accordance with the environment’s values and expectations,
  • Interfere with the individual’s own participation and/or the participation of others, can affect or cause harm to the individual, others and the environment, and (Emerson, 1995, 2000).
  • Do not respond to the usual range of interventions used to address behaviour

We need to recognise that all behaviour serves a purpose. Simply ignoring the challenging emotional and behaviour responses does not make them disappear and, in many cases, the responses become more extreme and firmly entrenched the longer they remain unaddressed.

Understanding the reason for the behaviour is key to supporting children, adolescents and adults with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Without understanding the reason why the individual is exhibiting challenging behaviour, inaccurate conclusions can then form the basis of inappropriate behaviour interventions. Inappropriate interventions can perpetuate challenging behaviour and have dire consequences.

Consequences in childhood

  • Poorer family and peer relationships
  • Lower levels of school achievement
  • Greater risk of school suspension/expulsion
  • Fewer qualifications
  • Social exclusion

Consequences in adulthood

  • Poorer relationships with partners and own children
  • Poorer physical and mental health
  • Higher mortality rates
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Links with offending behaviour
  • Criminal activity
  • Lower wages
  • Poorer employment prospects
  • Greater financial insecurity

Hence, it is critical that as parents, childcare, educators, youth and disability staff we do everything in our power to positively support individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties by utilising the evidence based approach of Positive Behaviour Support at childcare, school, youth centres, employment and disability support services.

What we Do


Events & Workshops

Practical, interactive and customised workshops, for parents, educators, disability support staff, coordinators, case managers and health professionals. 

1 on 1 Coaching

Customised coaching & training to suit your specific behavioural problems, situation and needs, as a once off session or over 6 -12 weeks.

Online Courses

Online Self Paced Courses for Parents, Educators, Disability Support Staff, Youth Workers & Health Professionals to equip you with practical strategies.

Web Based App

Using the evidence-based approach of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS), our web-based app allows users to put together a comprehensive individual behaviour support plan


Buy paperback or kindle versions of Behaviour Help books. Includes teacher guides, student guides, facilitators guides and support strategies. Postage is available Globally. 

Free Resources

These free downloadable booklets have been written for parents, foster carers, childcare professionals, educators and disability support staff who support children with a range of disabilities.

A Word

About Me

With a Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology from the University of Sydney and a Master of Special Education from the University of Newcastle, Dolly Bhargava has applied her expansive skillset to help individuals of all ages in a wide range of settings in a career supporting individuals with disabilities spanning 20 years. She has applied her expertise as a speech pathologist for a number of support agencies including the Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care NSW, the Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind Children of NSW, the Alzheimer’s Association of Western Australia and the Autism Association of Western Australia.

– Dolly Bhargava


What Clients are Saying

A very informative workshop. It was able to confirm strategies that I have put in place and inspiring ideas that I can use in my classroom to give greater choices and more communication opportunities to my students.



Dolly’s workshop gave me a better understanding of how as Youth Support Workers we can better support a young person in being able to regulate their emotions. Dolly made sure that each subject we spoke about was relatable to all participants. Our Team benefited a lot from what she taught us and we have been able to implement some of her Tips and Tools into our youth service practice.

Jess King

Youth Support Worker

Dolly delivered the best professional development workshop that I have attended in 30 years. Practical solutions, examples, support, and sheer enlightenment for our support group dealing with very difficult behaviour, mental, social, emotional and physical diagnoses in our children and young adults. Dolly’s personality and demeanor put us all at ease. Her delivery was structured, with unbelievable support material, yet flexible to deal with individual questions. An absolutely fantastic, professional and helpful experience!

Debbie Vlam


Classroom Behaviour Management