Complex Behaviour Change

0407 249 900

Mitch Bayliss

Director, Complex Behaviour Change Pty Ltd, Australia 
About Mitch

Mitch is the founder of CBC with over 20 years clinical experience. Mitch holds a BA with majors in Psychology and Sociology, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology. He has worked for government departments, not for profits, and has been in private practice since 2015.  Mitch is a registered Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner (provisional) with the NDIS Commission and certified as a Supervisor  in the BASIC System™ Therapeutic - Positive Behaviour Support (BSCB-S).

Mitch has extensive experience in positive behaviour support, therapeutic care, residential care, supervision of clinical staff and in the coordination of therapeutic and behaviour support services across rural and metropolitan areas. He has worked across a range of sectors including disability services, children and family services/out of home care, education, and worked in collaboration with a range of services related to mental health, childhood trauma, complex needs, sexual assault and disability forensic.


Working within a rights framework from a strength based - person centred perspective, Mitch specialises in the provision of services to people with complex needs with a focus on the nexus between disability, trauma, mental health, social/cultural impoverishment,  and complex concerning behaviour.

In his role as Director for CBC, Mitch brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and passion for transforming the lives of people of all ages and abilities who engage complex concerning behaviour. Mitch is the originator of CBC’s unique approaches including the BASIC System™ and CARM Model of Therapeutic Care. 

Under Mitch’s leadership have become widely sought after by NDIS participants and their families, government departments, schools, and community service agencies. CBC is a registered NDIS provider of NDIS Behaviour Support and Therapeutic Support services and Mitch is leading the development of the CBC NDIS Support division.

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