AT A GLANCE
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)
Area of Focus
ASD, ADHD, social skills, daily life, motor coordination difficulties
Individual session, Mobile community visiting, School/ kindy visits, Telehealth, Parent sessions
Courtney is very passionate about working collaboratively with children and their families to support them to reach their full potential in the things they need and want to do. She utilises a family-centred, evidence-based, playful approach to therapy and values incorporating children’s interests into therapy so that children always have fun whilst building their skills.
Courtney graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) and developed a passion for working in paediatrics. She has experience in the private practice setting where she has worked with children with a range of diagnosed and undiagnosed conditions from 4-15 years.
Courtney has experience working with children with the following conditions:
- Developmental delays
Courtney has experience with the following challenges:
- Executive functioning difficulties
- Social skills
- Daily life skills
- Handwriting difficulties
Courtney has completed the following training:
- Social Thinking 10 Core Concepts (2023)
- Introduction to Sensory Therapy Webinar (2023)
- The Learn Play Thrive Approach to Autism (2023)
- Paediatric OT Primer Course (2023)
- Traffic Jam In My Brain (2023)
Courtney uses a strengths-based, family-centred approach that is guided by best practice. She values being able to collaborate with key people in the child’s life so that their skills are improving across all settings. Courtney understands the importance of utilising a play-based approach and engaging with children where they are at.
Courtney grew up in Redlands with her older brother. She loves spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys camping, going to the beach and any activity that involves the outdoors.
Courtney loves to go to the beach, camping, and paddleboarding. She also loves spending time with friends and family.
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.
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.