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Emma Glennon

Registered Psychologist Behaviour Support Practitioner

Emma completed her studies at James Cook University in Cairns, then went on to study a Diploma of Education to further her knowledge. Moving to Toowoomba in 2015, Emma gained valuable experience working in not-for-profits mental health organisations as well as disability support. Emma has spent just under 4 years working with a range of client presentations in private practice in Toowoomba. In Sept 2022, Emma relocated to Cairns, and she continues to have an interest in providing a neurodivergent affirming approach to psychology and behaviour support. 

Emma has interest & experience working with Autistic/ADHD children, adolescents & young adults. Emma also has experience and knowledge working with Deaf and hard of hearing clients. Emma herself is hard of hearing and has a lived experience of the challenges individuals may face.

From a young age Emma enjoyed music and drama and knew that she wanted to help others. Emma incorporates creativity and expression into working as a psychologist & behaviour practitioner.

Emma is passionate about educating parents and carers on affirming ways to support neurodivergent individuals. Emma will work closely with other stakeholders to ensure a holistic approach is upheld under behaviour support and understands the complexities of positive behaviour support service provision.

Emma is excited to be part of Sunny Steps behaviour support team, providing quality intervention to assist individuals’ quality of life. In her spare time, Emma enjoys reading, eating sushi, and pet sitting.