Amelia Greenway

Who is Amelia and How Much Experience Does She Have?

Amelia is a playful therapist who supports kids to overcome their challenges through a combination of play-based, guided discovery and direct skill development. She has been working with kids with a range of challenges including emotional regulation, handwriting, play development, life skills and building confidence and self-esteem.

She is passionate about supporting families, so they are better equipped to access, participate and engage in the occupations (activities) that are meaningful to them. She takes the time to know the child individually, and the family as a collective.

Read more information about Amelia's skills and training.

Experience with Children’s Issues

Amelia has experience with: sensory processing issues, self-regulation difficulties,  play delays, behavioural challenges, learning difficulties, developmental delays, social skills, handwriting difficulties, toileting, showering and dressing.

What Approach Does Amelia Take and Is She Right For You?

Amelia seeks to bring playfulness into all her sessions and ensure her clients have a sense of autonomy, so they feel safe and valued.  Amelia seeks to work collaboratively with her clients and strongly believes the caregiver is the expert in their child. She values establishing partnerships with her families to provide a comprehensive and holistic approach to therapy.

Amelia’s Background and Culture

Amelia grew up in Perth and moved to Queensland with her family when she was in primary school. She is very family-oriented and loves to spend time with them as much as she can, particularly when food is involved!

A Few of Amelia’s Favourite Things

Amelia’s favourite things to do are cook up storm, paint with her watercolours and read a good novel on the couch. At the end of a long day Amelia’s favourite thing to do is go for a run.

What happens if you don’t like your therapist (or they don’t feel best equipped to help you)?

Sometimes, despite our best efforts you or the therapist may find that you are not a good fit. If your therapist feels that he or she is not best suited to you, he/ she will discuss this with you and recommend a more appropriate therapist. We will then offer you a discounted first session with a new more appropriate therapist at Kids Matters.

If you feel that your therapist is not a good fit within the first three sessions, simply discuss this with our admin team who will find a more suitable therapist. We will then offer you 50% off your first consultation with the new therapist.










Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

Area of Focus:

Sensory processing, Behavioural-regulation, Developmental delays, ASD, ADHD and Occupations including handwriting, toileting, play, social skills, feeding, learning 


Play Therapy, Sensory Processing


Learn to play by Karen Stagnetti, Social Thinking (various introductory courses), ASD basic interventions and support


Individual sessions, Telehealth