I have a special interest in safekeeping the welfare and dignity of children.  This is the primary lens I bring to my work and training in post separation process. I have specialist qualifications both as an Interdisciplinary Collaborative Coach/Facilitator and as a Specialist Child Consultant.

A Specialist Child Consultant is a qualified expert who has specific training to sit with the child/ren in a series of interviews to represent the child/ren’s experience and (attachment and developmental) needs in the uncoupling process.  The endeavour here is to hold integrity of process where the child/ren’s welfare remains an important part of any arrangements or agreements reached.

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice (‘ICP’) is a respectful alternative pathway to uncoupling that does not involve the Family Law Courts.  It is a time efficient and cost efficient means to uncoupling that holds front and centre the various needs and interests of the couple alongside the needs and interests of the  child/ren.  ICP is a process that aims for fair, respectful and equitable process by bringing together a team of relevant professional experts in a round table dialogue to manage the transition out of a couple relationship.  These professionals can and do include coach/facilitator, specialist child consultant, therapists/counsellors, lawyers (who have specialist training in ICP), financial advisors.  The final agreements and arrangements reached are filed in court and have legal standing.


Relationship Counselling and Psychotherapy

Trauma Informed Practice

Clinical Psychotherapist (M Coun/App Psych;
M Couple/Family Therapy; B Arts/Law (Hons))