The Team


Our aim is to provide high quality behaviour solutions, supervision and training in positive behavioural support (PBS) for individuals and organisations.


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Redstone PBS is committed to;

- Person centered and evidence based practice

- Constructional approaches

- Working jointly with all stakeholders

- Evaluating impact based on changes in behaviour and quality of life

- Promoting positive organisational cultures


Redstone PBS has experience and expertise in clinical psychology, applied behaviour analysis (ABA), positive behavioural support (PBS), active support, organisational behaviour management (OBM) and systemic approaches to intervention.

Kate Strutt

Director of Redstone PBS

Kate Strutt
Kate is a clinical psychologist with over seventeen years experience working with people with cognitive impairments, intellectual disabilities and people with autism spectrum disorders. Kate is a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a member of the Division of Clinical Psychology. Kate is also registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
Over the last few years Kate has extended her knowledge of applied behaviour analysis (ABA), positive behavioural support (PBS) and active support through completing additional postgraduate training in these areas (MSc level) and through mentoring and supervision in her clinical practice from leaders in the field of PBS.

Currently Recruiting- Board Certified Behaviour Analyst - Children's Services Lead



Emma Brindley - Board Certified Behaviour Analyst- Adult Services Lead



Emma has worked in the field of applied behaviour analysis with people with intellectual disability and/or autism for sixteen years. Emma has an MSc in applied behaviour analysis. She became a board certified assistant behaviour analyst in 2005 and a board certified behaviour analyst in 2010.
Emma has worked with both children and adults in a variety of settings which include family homes, schools, community teams and residential services. She began her career working on early intensive behavioural intervention programmes and she has also worked within a multi-agency safeguarding team which included input into residential services for people with dementia. Emma specialises in positive behavioural support, functional behavioural assessment, reducing restrictive interventions and staff support. She is currently studying for an MSc in Mindfulness Based Approaches at Bangor University.