Principle counsellor and Psychotherapist
Penelope is a registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. She has completed a Bachelor of Science – Psychology at Macquarie University and has taken her studies further by completing a Graduate Diploma of Counselling and a Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy, both at The Australian College of Applied Psychology. Penelope is also a trained Family Group Conference Facilitator through the Uniting Institute of Education.
Penelope has worked with a variety of clients including people on probation and parole, people with drug, alcohol and gambling addictions, anxiety and depression. Penelope has worked with many parents, children and teenagers who have gone through addiction, grief, trauma and loss. Over her career, Penelope has designed group programs which have targeted single issues such as mindfulness techniques, quitting smoking, healthy living and group bonding exercises.
Penelope is a passionate Counsellor and Psychotherapist who aims to assist in enriching the lives of those she meets by using her therapeutic skills and communicative ability.
Peter is a passionate and caring physiotherapist. Peter completed his doctorate of Physiotherapy at Bond University and proceeded to work in several metropolitan hospitals located in Sydney. Peter has had extensive experience working in neurological rehabilitation, orthopaedics, sports and musculoskeletal. Peters is passionate about helping individuals with a variety of disabilities regain maximum potential. In his spare time Peter enjoys going to the movies, reading books and going bouldering which is sort of like indoor rockclimbing.
Senior Occupational Therapist
Lindsay is passionate about helping individuals regain and retain their maximum potential. Lindsay completed her tertiary degree, a Master of Occupational Therapy, overseas in the United States. She worked as an Occupational Therapist in hospitals in California helping people meet their goals through individualized treatment plans and evidence-based interventions. She is a great communicator and excels in tailoring treatment to meet each individual where they are in their own specific journey. Lindsay has had extensive experience working as a mental health Occupational Therapist as well as experience in neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation. In her spare time Lindsay also teaches yoga, loves travelling, exercising and reading.
APA Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist
Navid graduated from Sydney University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). Following graduating, Navid has had the privilege of working across a variety of settings from public and private hospitals as well as private practice and community work. In 2016, he graduated from Sports and Musculoskeletal Masters through Griffith University on the Gold Coast. In his spare time, Navid enjoys keeping fit by playing football and going to the gym. He is also a keen gardener although he has much to learn in that area.