arimal is well skilled in cultural practice, communicational skills, case management, risk assessment and management, and counseling from previous experience and knowledge from working with Therapeutic services at Queensland Health.
He has experienced in understanding children’s behaviour who are under care given his insights on attachment and childhood trauma. Parimal has insight into the impact on all aspects of childhood development. He believes it is important to understand behaviour and to find and accept the child’s narrative.
In collaboration with person-centered practice, he also believes in systemic frameworks that lead to participation, which provides an opportunity to shape organisations and help them tailor services to meet client’s needs.
In terms of wider roles within our community, he is currently the Board Member of Branch Management Committee AASW and looks forward to bringing in client perspective practice that accommodates choice and self-determination for the participant.