Who we are ?
To improve the life of each individual we work with in the domains of pain, overall physical health, fitness, mental health and quality of life. By providing careful, considerate and compassionate mobile based or telehealth services we aim to bridge the inconvenience which can lie in accessing quality therapy services. Our mission is to also provide you with a high-quality service that incorporates integrity, honesty, respect, diversity, empowerment and non-judgement. We aim to be reflective in our relational practice and in partnership with our Physiotherapists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists, we want to work with you so that you can further enrich your life both physically and mentally.
Counsellor and Psychotherapists:
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.
Peter is a passionate and caring Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Viraj completed his studies at the University of New South Wales and is commited to improving the lives, health and overbeing of individuals he treats everyday. Viraj has a fundamental understanding around the importance of exercise particularly how they can be best adapted for different individuals with various injuries, pathologies or disabilities.
Viraj has a special interest in improving fitness and motivating children and younger adults to overcome various barriers around exercise that may be imposed on them.
In his spare time Viraj enjoys watching sports and also has a passion for cricket being a cricket player himself.
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.
Terence holds registration as a General Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. He has completed a Master of Arts – Psychology at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. He has also completed the Graduate Diploma of Counselling at The Australian College of Applied Psychology.
Terence has worked with a wide demographic of clients, particularly young people, people at risk of homelessness, people with ASD, people with “severe and persistent mental illness”, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. He is particularly interested in depression, anxiety, self-esteem, emotional dysregulation, social skills, psychosocial disabilities, social marginalization and trauma.
Terence believes strongly in social inclusion and assisting clients to increase community connections and social engagement. He is also committed to assisting client to participate in personally meaningful activities such as work or recreational pursuits. Terence is passionate about recovery-oriented practice and assisting clients to achieve satisfying, hopeful and contributing lives despite personal limitations.
Senior Occupational Therapist
Jeremy completed his degree at the University of Sydney and has gained a broad range of experience since graduating. In particular, Jeremy has experience working with both adults and children.
Jeremy has worked with children with a wide range of disabilities and has years of experience in this area. Jeremy’s experience includes working with children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, cerebral palsy as well as genetic and chromosomal disorders.
Jeremy is also a keen advocate on disability sport and has represented Australia in the 2016 paralympics in rowing. In his spare time he enjoys socialising with friends as well as watching movies and reading books.
Amir graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Medicine. Amir has has experience working in a variety of setting including private practice, aged care and community settings. Amir has a keen interest in biomechanics, diabetes management, nail surgery and ultimately improving patient’s quality of life. Amir is able to work closely with individuals and families to ensure optimal foot care is achieved under all circumstances.
Amir has grown up with an Autistic and Intellectually disabled older brother and has life experience in dealing with groups and individuals with disabilities. Importantly he understanding the difficulties in accessing optimal footcare particular in a comunity setting and Amir is particularly passionate around delivering quality services in this space.
Amir has worked in the areas of Sydney and rural towns of NSW providing quality podiatric therapy in areas where many individuals have difficulties accessing optimal care. In his spare time Amir likes to keep active, go to the gym and go horse riding which he thoroughly enjoys.
Adriana has been a Psychologist for over 20 years. In her work she enjoys the fulfillment of helping people to get back to living their best lives through providing high quality psychology services.
Adriana has worked with adults in both the private and public sector, working with a range of psychological disorders and presentations such as anxiety and depression, family and domestic violence, personality and bipolar disorders, trauma, addictions, etc. She also provides therapy to Spanish speakers, and supervision to other psychologists.
Adriana has also had prior experience providing behaviour therapy and completing behaviour support plans. She is a highly skilled psychologist with a very diverse skill set and is exceptional with her report writing.
Adriana is committed to providing client-centred, evidence-based therapy from a warm and compassionate approach and draws from a range of psychological interventions, including Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and attachment theory.
Adriana is also a registered non-directive Pregnancy Counselling Support Medicare provider and a Registered Circle of Security (COS) Parenting facilitator.
Alix received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from The Australian Catholic University. She has 10 years’ experience working with individuals with disabilities with the last several years she has devoted her time to working with the paediatric population. She has experience working with children, from all ages including early intervention right through to high school and across multiple settings including in-home, preschools and primary schools.
Tess is a passionate, kind and caring Counsellor and ABA Therapist. She is registered with both PACFA and ABIA. She completed her Bachelor of Counselling at The Australian College of Applied Psychology and her ABA course at Autism Behavioural Intervention Association. Tess has experience working in hospitals and mental health clinics around Sydney and is currently a community therapist visiting clients at home and in the clinic.
These roles have allowed Tess to gain extensive experience working with participants who face a variety of needs including autism, disabilities, depression, anxiety, stress, grief and loss, relationship break down, substance abuse and trauma. Tess works with all ages from children to late adulthood. Over her career, Tess has run CBT, ACT, DBT and substance abuse groups. Tess has experience working face-to-face, video and phone sessions with a wide variety of participants and therapy modalities. Tess believes that every client is unique and has a non-judgemental, kind and warm approach to therapy. In Tess’ spare time she enjoys mindfulness walks in nature, the beach, yoga, and seeing friends and family