Elizabeth Kuzmanovska is a mental health nurse and a behaviour support practitioner. She has completed a Master of Public Health at the University of New South Wales and her undergraduate studies in Nursing at the University of Wollongong. Elizabeth is a Registered Nurse with AHPRA and is a member of the Association for Applied Behaviour Analysis Australia and the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses. She has worked in senior roles in behaviour intervention support, forensic mental health, and social service sectors in front line clinical, consultancy, management, policy development, and teaching posts. Elizabeth has served on a number of government health advisory committees and boards of management of community-based organisations and she has been instrumental in developing effective State-wide social policies in the areas of mental health and aged care. Elizabeth has presented at key conferences, seminars and workshops on Israel Goldiamond’s, Non Linear Constructional Approach, mental health recovery, health equity, and the structural determinants of health. She collaborates nationally and internationally with researchers and clinicians in developing a broader understanding of the influences of behaviour on the social construction of mental illness. Under her supervision, Elizabeth has guided students and junior colleagues from diverse professional and scientific backgrounds, with former students and colleagues now holding senior positions in academe, government, and the private sector.