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Facilitator Gallery


Alison Keane

Alison Keane is a mindfulness educator, psychotherapist, and freelance writer who has worked in the field of mind body, participatory and preventive medicine in Queensland since 2001.In 2007 she participated in a 7-day intensive mindfulness training for health care professionals in the United States under the direction of Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Founder of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, read more

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Bernadine Carroll

I am an experienced therapist who has worked in the community sector as a welfare worker and counsellor for over 20 years. I have extensive experience across a range of areas including domestic violence, child safety, homelessness and working with children and families. I currently work in an NGO leading a passionate team of intensive family support workers who support families who have experienced complex trauma. I have a particular interest in the impact of trauma on children’s emotional, social and intellectual development. read more

Claire Edwards

Claire Edwards

Claire Edwards is an art therapist and art therapy educator with over 30 years of clinical experience. Claire has worked in child and adult mental health, trauma and alcohol and drug rehabilitation in London and Brisbane. She has worked with children, young people and families for the last 15 years, in a range of different services. Claire has become increasingly interested in attachment and brain-based approaches to psychotherapy, as an extension of her training in art therapy, and in read more

Dianne Tucker

Dianne Tucker

Dianne is a registered psychologist who has broad experience working with adults, families, children, and young people. Her areas of particular interest include parenting and attachment, anxiety and depression, relationship issues, domestic and family violence, neuroscience, grief and loss and trauma. She has extensive experience in working with children, including emotional and behavioural concerns. read more


Kath Reid

Kath trained as a social worker. She has been intrigued by narrative ideas for a number of years. She has completed the Graduate Diploma of Narrative Therapy offer by the Dulwich Centre and more recently undertaken family therapy studies. Over the last 14 year’s Kath has worked for both government and non-government organisations. Some of Kath’s therapeutic practice has seen her working with children and young people who have significant trauma and abuse, women reclaiming their lives from domestic violence, families who read more


Peter Marrington

Peter Marrington is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker currently specialising in trauma counselling in Brisbane.

Peter has more than 30 years’ experience working as a child and family therapist in government and not-for-profit organisations, and in private practice: providing counselling to children and adults, consultancy and training to health read more


Ruth O'Sullivan

Ruth is currently working for an NGO as a Resource worker and is currently studying a Masters in Mental Health Ruth has completed a course in Program Development and Facilitation (PDF. Her special interest is facilitating YMHFA to family members and Carers of people with mental health issues. read more

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Trish Landsberger

Trish Landsberger is employed by Kyabra Community Association, as Manager of an Early Intervention Team. In this role Trish connects local families who experience marginalization for all sorts of reasons, mental health issues being one. Trish started her working life as a primary/infant teacher and more recently moved into the early years education. read more


Wayne McCashen

Wayne McCashen is a leader in the articulation and development of the strengths approach to working in the human services and has written material on strengths-based practice that is used nationally and internationally; The Strengths Approach: a strengths-based resource for sharing power and creating change, Communities of hope: a strengths-based resource for building community and co-author of the card-based resource Name the frame: reminders for building respectful socially just decisions. read more