13 Feb 2018
Rachel Puan

Program Manager ABACAS (Midland)

Rachel is a Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA), specialising in behavioural therapy with children and adolescents. She serves as a Program Manager and positive behaviour support practitioner at ABACAS, the Child Wellbeing Centre.

Rachel has worked in diverse settings including schools and homes, treating clients with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, global developmental delay, Prader Willi Syndrome, Fragile X syndrome, developmental delays, learning difficulties and behavioural challenges. In addition to her work with clients, Rachel supports Jenny Lin in supervising a team of Registered Behaviour Technicians (RBTs) to ensure that all clients receive quality care and support throughout their treatment with the Centre.

Rachel’s passion for her work is driven by the bonds she builds with her clients, and she applies a range of empirically supported strategies and procedures derived from the principles of behaviour over the course of their treatment. She also delivers evidence-based training and consultation to families and associated stakeholders.

Rachel completed her Bachelor of Psychology at the University of Curtin in Perth, WA. As an ongoing effort to provide compassionate and up-to-date healthcare to her clients, Rachel is currently pursuing her Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) certification, as well as a Masters in Behaviour Analysis Practice with the University of Florida Tech.

When not at work, Rachel is an outdoor enthusiast who loves to hike on scenic trails and explore the waterways in a kayak.

Lynette Tan 29 Aug 2018
Lynette Tan

Case Manager (Midland)

Lynette graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology from Curtin University. She has been working as a behaviour therapist for 4 years, and has completed the Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) course.

Outside of her professional career, she has had over 8 years voluntary experience of teaching children music and dance in church ministry. To her, working with children means no two days  are ‘the same’. She enjoys building authentic relationships with each child, where they express themselves in their own open and genuine way. Seeing a child get excited and enjoying a session  is one the most rewarding moments at work.

Kate Hyde 15 Sep 2020
Kate Hyde

Behaviour Therapist & Provisional Psychologist (Midland)

Kate has an honours degree in Psychology obtained from The Open University in the U.K., and has worked with children of diverse ages, stages, and backgrounds in a variety of settings including gymnastics coaching and out of school hours care in both the U.K. and Australia.

Kate enjoys engaging with children in a way that is meaningful and fun, and prioritises building mutually trusting relationships with a child and their family. She is passionate about getting to the heart of their individuality and promoting positive behaviour change.

10 Jan 2022
Evelyn Slipper

Behaviour Therapist (Midland)

Evelyn graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from Curtin University. Throughout her degree, Evelyn volunteered with children of all ages and health, helping them learn basic skills, whilst providing children and their families with care and support. She believes that the key to creating a warm relationship with a child, is via seeing things from their perspective as well as making everything fun of course! Evelyn aims to continue to spark joy within children whilst seeing them reach their goals via gaining her behaviour therapist registration.

06 Apr 2018
Jenny Lin

BCBA Supervisor

Jenny graduated from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio (U.S.A) with a Master’s in Criminal Justice and a Master’s in Special Education. She completed her Board Certified Behaviour Analyst courses through the Department of School Psychology at the University of Cincinnati. Jenny passed her BCBA exam in November 2015. She is currently an active registered BCBA under the Behaviour Analyst Board Certification.

Jenny has experience with children with autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, and other learning disabilities, in crisis intervention, aggression, tantrum, basic communication skills (PECS, AAC), and foundation learning skills.

Jenny provides clinical supervision to our Case Managers to ensure that our client therapy programs are the best they can be.