Felicity Crome


My name is Felicity Crome and I am a registered behaviour support practitioner.

 

Growing up in the Central West, I developed an interest in supporting and understanding people from a young age. I pursued this interest, studying a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) through Charles Sturt University between 2014 and 2019. Whilst studying, I worked as a dental assistant and receptionist, aiding patients through dental anxiety and phobias. In addition to this, I volunteered as a crisis support worker with Lifeline. My time with Lifeline really emphasised the great need for mental health support in our society and reinforced my enthusiasm for understanding others.

 

I began working with the team at Distinct Directions in 2020 and thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to put my knowledge into practice, working with clients to identify ways to improve their support, build new skills and improve their quality of life. I enjoy working with clients from all demographics, with a particular interest in supporting children and families.

 

I intend to continue working as a behaviour support practitioner as I engage in further study, with the long term goal of pursuing a psychology career in the Central West.