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Winsome L

As a Therapy Pro speech and language pathologist, Winsome works with child, adolescent and adult clients, carrying out assessments and addressing challenges impacting language development, social communication, swallowing and literacy with personalised therapeutic interventions.

Maree S

Age range: Supports clients aged 7+ Maree joins Therapy Pro as an occupational therapist (OT) with a background in supporting clients to recover from mental illness and physical challenges. *Note Maree has no current capacity for funcation capacity assessments of ASD Level 3 clients.

Fabio P

Age range: Supports clients across the lifespan Fabio is a Social Worker who advocate for change in society and positively impacts people’s lives. He has an understanding of the significant influence bottom-up and strength-based therapy has in obtaining meaningful outcomes.

Tracey A

Tracey joins Therapy Pro as a Senior Psychologist working with adults and children with a disability in the Ipswich region.

Tracy S

Tracy looks forward to walking with you, upholding your strengths as you face challenges and kick goals.

Shannyn M

Shannyn has packed a lot into her career as a Senior Occupational Therapist since graduating in 2016. As part of a strong multidisciplinary team, Shannyn joins Therapy Pro to extend her experience, offering occupational therapist assessment and interventions to adults and children.

Marta B

Marta has developed many areas of interest in a career that has seen her work with children and adults in community and government agencies, private practice and schools, addressing communication, speech, language and swallowing needs.

Martin S

Martin works with all ages. He has a background of working with children and adolescents with Autism, ADHD, and Anxiety. He has a particular interest in working on social skill building and developing the quality of relationships in people’s lives.

Jules P

Jules is a Therapy Pro Senior Occupational Therapist who, for over 13 years, has empowered children and teenagers to develop their independence with everyday skills such as bathing, dressing, functional mobility, and eating.

Larissa B

As a Therapy Pro psychologist (provisional), Larissa is available to work with children, teenagers and adults with disability who want to work through mental and emotional health issues.

Lisa L

Lisa is an occupational therapist who views the world through a lens of possibilities, building on strengths and abilities.

Hannah J

Hannah pulls together a breadth of experiences – working mostly with youth and adults, often with traumatic backgrounds or challenging behaviours – in joining Therapy Pro as a psychologist.

Chloe L

Chloe is a Speech and Language Pathologist who works across the lifespan (children, adolescents and adults) to support clients with their communication and swallowing needs. She has a passion for working with swallowing difficulties and with a multidisciplinary team.

Chloe C

Chloe works with children, adolescents and adults, supporting clients with developmental delays, disabilities and neurodiversity to participate in daily life to the fullest extent possible. Chloe has particular experience and an interest in working with children ages 0-12.

Danielle F

Positivity is contagious: It’s with that belief that Ipswich based Therapy Pro social worker Danielle approaches her job, passing the mindset on to clients.

Deanna S

Deanna is an experienced, client-centred and down-to-earth Senior Occupational Therapist who has worked in the field since 2007.

Diana A

Diana is available to work with Therapy Pro adult and child clients, assessing and addressing challenges that impact language development, social communication, swallowing, mealtime management and literacy.

Catherine S

Therapy Pro Psychologist, Catherine, seeks to heighten the sense of joy, connection, purpose and achievement in her clients’ ‘everyday’, every day

Angela A

Angela is a Lead Psychologist at Therapy Pro. Angela has worked as a psychologist for 16 years, mostly with teens and adults – male, female, and non-binary – with complex presentations, sometimes challenging behaviours, and often, histories of trauma.