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Gympie Community Place 18 Excelsior Road, Gympie QLD 4570

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 Benita Philipson (PSY)

Benita Philipson (PSY)

Psychologist

Benita brings 17 years of experience working with children and adolescents and their families and care givers. She is passionate about working with children and adolescents with complex and multiple needs, particularly disability and developmental concerns. Her framework encompasses the importance of early intervention and utilising a strengths approach to the provision of supports and interventions. Benita has an extensive history working in disability and community based settings. » View details

 Christina Birch (PSY)

Christina Birch (PSY)

Psychologist

Christina brings 16 years of experience working with children and adolescents. She is especially passionate about working with young children with complex and multiple needs, particularly mental health and developmental concerns. Christina has an extensive history working in education settings and understands the importance of holistic collaboration with the family and school. » View details

 Claire Price (SP)

Claire Price (SP)

Speech Pathologist

Claire Price BBehavSc(Psych), MSpPathSt, CPSP Claire is a Speech Language Pathologist who is passionate about helping children with a wide range of communication and feeding difficulties including speech, language and literacy delays, stuttering and mealtime challenges. Claire is trained in Hanen: It Takes Two To Talk, the Lidcombe Program for children who stutter, and the SOS approach to feeding. Claire believes in family-centred care and creating a fun learning environment. » View details

 Julia Roantree (SP)

Julia Roantree (SP)

Speech Pathologist

Julia is a Certified Practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia with over 10 years of experience working in the assessment and treatment of children with various communication difficulties. She has a passion for working in an early intervention setting and making communication achievable for children with complex communication needs. Julia has worked extensively with children with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, intellectual impairment, language disorders, articulation and swallowing difficulties. She takes the time to get to know each child and creates functional and fun ways to help them achieve successful communication. Julia practices up to date evidence-based therapy techniques. Julia is a HANEN certified Speech Language Pathologist trained in both ‘It Takes Two to Talk’ and ‘More Than Words’. Julia has completed training in PROMPT, PECS and PODD and uses her skills to provide a holistic multimodal, child-focused approach to speech and language development. » View details

 Leanne Johnson (OT)

Leanne Johnson (OT)

Occupational Therapist

Leanne specialises in paediatric Occupational Therapy with children from birth to ten years of age. Leanne's special interest is working with children with Autism, especially during the early years. Leanne's specialist skills are in the areas of delayed development, toileting, handwriting, gross and fine motor difficulties, social skills, play, friendships and sensory processing. She also specialises in attention and self- regulation difficulties, learning difficulties in school age children, and concerns around school readiness. Leanne works in a team with Speech and Language Pathologists and Psychologists. Leanne is trained in DIR Floortime, Sensory Integration, Circle of Security, the Alert Programme, Zones of Regulation, and Secret Agent Society. » View details

CTC Kawana »

119 Sportsman Parade, Bokarina QLD 4575

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 Christina Birch (PSY)

Christina Birch (PSY)

Psychologist

Christina brings 16 years of experience working with children and adolescents. She is especially passionate about working with young children with complex and multiple needs, particularly mental health and developmental concerns. Christina has an extensive history working in education settings and understands the importance of holistic collaboration with the family and school. » View details

Ms Clancy Conlon (SP)

Ms Clancy Conlon (SP)

Speech Pathologist

Clancy is trained in the use of a range of augmentative/alternative communication methods including Secret Agents Society, picture exchange communication (PECS), pragmatic organisation dynamic displays (PODD), Auslan and Key Word Sign. With a special interest in the educational implications of speech, language and communication difficulties, Clancy is studying a Masters in Early Childhood Teaching. Clancy is passionate about empowering families to advocate for their children through developing their knowledge/skills in the areas of speech, language, communication and literacy. » View details

Nambour »

70 Windsor Road, Qld 4560

ViewTherapists

 Benita Philipson (PSY)

Benita Philipson (PSY)

Psychologist

Benita brings 17 years of experience working with children and adolescents and their families and care givers. She is passionate about working with children and adolescents with complex and multiple needs, particularly disability and developmental concerns. Her framework encompasses the importance of early intervention and utilising a strengths approach to the provision of supports and interventions. Benita has an extensive history working in disability and community based settings. » View details

 Christina Birch (PSY)

Christina Birch (PSY)

Psychologist

Christina brings 16 years of experience working with children and adolescents. She is especially passionate about working with young children with complex and multiple needs, particularly mental health and developmental concerns. Christina has an extensive history working in education settings and understands the importance of holistic collaboration with the family and school. » View details

 Claire Price (SP)

Claire Price (SP)

Speech Pathologist

Claire Price BBehavSc(Psych), MSpPathSt, CPSP Claire is a Speech Language Pathologist who is passionate about helping children with a wide range of communication and feeding difficulties including speech, language and literacy delays, stuttering and mealtime challenges. Claire is trained in Hanen: It Takes Two To Talk, the Lidcombe Program for children who stutter, and the SOS approach to feeding. Claire believes in family-centred care and creating a fun learning environment. » View details

 Julia Roantree (SP)

Julia Roantree (SP)

Speech Pathologist

Julia is a Certified Practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia with over 10 years of experience working in the assessment and treatment of children with various communication difficulties. She has a passion for working in an early intervention setting and making communication achievable for children with complex communication needs. Julia has worked extensively with children with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, intellectual impairment, language disorders, articulation and swallowing difficulties. She takes the time to get to know each child and creates functional and fun ways to help them achieve successful communication. Julia practices up to date evidence-based therapy techniques. Julia is a HANEN certified Speech Language Pathologist trained in both ‘It Takes Two to Talk’ and ‘More Than Words’. Julia has completed training in PROMPT, PECS and PODD and uses her skills to provide a holistic multimodal, child-focused approach to speech and language development. » View details

Ms Julie Townsend (PT)

Ms Julie Townsend (PT)

Physiotherapist

Julie continues to challenge her own paediatric knowledge by working in diverse paediatric settings on the Sunshine Coast. Julie is a great listener and works to celebrate a child’s successes whilst encouraging them to learn to move more easily. Julie is a great support to families and a welcome addition to our team. » View details

 Leanne Johnson (OT)

Leanne Johnson (OT)

Occupational Therapist

Leanne specialises in paediatric Occupational Therapy with children from birth to ten years of age. Leanne's special interest is working with children with Autism, especially during the early years. Leanne's specialist skills are in the areas of delayed development, toileting, handwriting, gross and fine motor difficulties, social skills, play, friendships and sensory processing. She also specialises in attention and self- regulation difficulties, learning difficulties in school age children, and concerns around school readiness. Leanne works in a team with Speech and Language Pathologists and Psychologists. Leanne is trained in DIR Floortime, Sensory Integration, Circle of Security, the Alert Programme, Zones of Regulation, and Secret Agent Society. » View details