Jasmine Weiss

Who is Jasmine and How Much Experience Does She Have?

Jasmine is an enthusiastic therapist who is passionate about working collaboratively with children and their families to help them reach their full potential in meaningful activities. Jasmine graduated from the University of South Australia in 2018 and has worked as a paediatric occupational therapist since this time. She has experience working with children aged 3-17 years and has worked with her clients in the clinic, school, kindy and home setting.

Jasmine strongly values using a family-centred and play based approach in her therapy sessions. She believes that each and every child has the capacity to learn and develop their skills to achieve goals that are meaningful to them. Jasmine loves working with children due to their creative, playful and fun nature!

Read more information about Jasmine's skills and training.

Experience with Children’s Issues

Jasmine has experience working with children with a range of challenges including play skills, fine motor skills, handwriting, gross motor skills, self-care skills, emotional regulation, sensory processing (including interoceptive awareness) and social skills.

Jasmine has experience working with the following conditions:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Global Developmental Delay
  • Dyspraxia
  • Dysgraphia
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Trauma

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

Jasmine strongly values working collaboratively with her clients, caregivers and other key stakeholders (e.g. teachers and other therapists). Jasmine enjoys using her clients interests and strengths in therapy to make sessions as fun and enjoyable as possible! Jasmine tailors her sessions to her clients’ goals and needs – sessions can be child-led or structured.

Jasmine’s Background and Culture

Jasmine was born in country South Australia and moved to Cairns when she 5 years old where she completed all of her schooling. After finishing Year 12, Jasmine spent a year abroad in Germany as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student. This was a life changing experience where she was able to immerse herself in a different culture. Jasmine has always been passionate about helping people, which led her to move to South Australia to complete her Occupational Therapy Degree upon her return to Australia. Jasmine started out her OT career in Geelong and moved to Brisbane in 2022. Jasmine values spending time with her family, friends and cheeky miniature dachshund called Vivienne.

A Few of Jasmine’s Favourite Things

In her spare time Jasmine loves to do Pilates, draw, create with clay, practice her German and go on adventures with her partner and miniature dachshund.

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

Area of Focus:

ASD, ADHD, DCD/dyspraxia, handwriting concerns, play concerns.


Play Therapy (including child-led approach), Sensory modulation, goal-directed and task-specific practice, Social Thinking and Zones of Regulation Programs.


  • Learn to Play – Karen Stagnitti (2021)
  • Therapeutic Listening: Listening with the Whole Body (2020)
  • DIR Floortime 101 (2019)


Individual sessions, Telehealth, School/Kindy Visits