Rachel is The Behaviour Clinic's expert in pre-school life skills, toileting challenges and supporting children who have experienced complex trauma overcome emotional and behavioural challenges.
Rachel is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with over ten years experience working in the field. She has spoken internationally at conferences on supporting children who have experienced trauma with friendship skills, functional communication, tolerance and following instruction (pre-school life skills). She is also the creator of the Potty Princess Courses on overcoming behavioural related toileting challenges.
Rachel is the Clinic Manager of The Behaviour Clinic Swansea and runs a busy therapy team.
Rachel has extensive experience in supporting teachers, parents, foster carers, and other professionals to implement trauma informed care to support children who have a history of adverse childhood experiences recover from trauma. Her work includes using the Trauma Recovery Framework to reduce behavioural challenges and increase psychological wellbeing.
Rachel's areas of expertise are working with complex behaviours, pre-school life skills and behavioural toileting challenges. Her team at The Behaviour Clinic support parents and children with Trauma Informed Care assessments and therapy.
"My son who is four was having accidents in the day this was very draining as I was continuously washing clothes and there were many times he was sent home from school. Rachel helped us over a three-week period and with her help I was able to teach him to use the toilet. He is now dry every day!"