Speech Pathologist, Communication and Mindset Strategist
Amy has worked as a speech pathologist for over 7 years across acute, rehabilitation and community settings.
Amy has a broad range of experience working with individuals with speech, language and swallowing difficulties.
She has particular expertise and interest in acquired and progressive neurological conditions.
As a mindset and communications strategist, Amy works with individuals in one on one sessions and group workshops. Offering transformational coaching.
Amy works collaboratively with clients to explore limiting beliefs and obstacles that are holding them back in different areas of your lives including but not limited too; Self-worth, relationships, health, fitness and career.
Through her expertise in mindset, behaviour and communication Amy supports and champions her clients to achieve their potential and reach their personal and professional goals.
Hugh is a credentialled mental health nurse consultant and educator with extensive hospital and community based experience as a clinician and teacher.
He has a Master of Nursing Degree (Community Health) as well as an impressive record as a teacher of communication skills and mental health topics.
In addition he is a member of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, was an associate member of the Australian Counselling Association and is the author of the publication entitled: Counselling and Interviewing for Carers: A Basic Guide
Hugh has experience as a Teaching Fellow for 3 years at the University of Ballarat in teaching and coordinating undergraduate nursing students. In addition to this, he is a qualified relaxation massage therapist.
Hugh has his own consultancy in workplace and community mental-health behavioural training and has worked with Mind@Home Psychiatry for the past 5 years.
With 30 years’ experience as mental health clinician his clients include those affected by various forms of dementia
Hugh's motivation for writing his book springs from his conviction that all caring persons, with or without formal training, can have a significant therapeutic impact on the mental health and well-being of people who find themselves in distressing circumstances. Hugh and Patricia, his wife of 44 years, enjoy reading, walking and travelling. Hugh makes a point of visiting mental-health services in any countries he visits - gathering and disseminating ideas of mutual benefit.