Founded in 2019, Playful Possibilities was born from the need in our community for children, teenagers and families to have access to safe and fun healing spaces.
Each of our team members were lead into the mental field by a passionate belief that if we support children, teens, families and the inner child of adults, we can together create a better world. With diverse experience across a range of settings our team delivers individual and family counselling, group programs, training programs, play therapy, NDIS services, expressive and creative therapies, trauma informed care, developing self regulation, perinatal counselling, and suicide prevention services.e)
Learn more about each of our dedicated team members below.
Pani is the smiling face at our front desk and friendly voice on the other end of our phone. She has been working in the Mental Health Field for a number of years and is passionate about how excellent adminstartion work can improve your care.
She is with our team part time as she also works towards her Nursing Degree.
Mental Health Nurse
Charmaine has 15 years experience in working with children, young people and families with complex needs. She uses her experience to tailor play therapy, DBT and other approaches to children, teenage parents, those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and a range mental health concerns experienced in childhood and adolescence.
Mental Health Social Worker
Courtney is the founder of Playful Possibilities. With a vision to create a therapeutic space informed by
Using Play Therapy, Sandtray and Narrative interventions Courtney brings neuroscience into everyday language, empowering children and families to better understand themselves and building the lives they desire.
With special interest in trauma, autism and attachment.
Amy is our teen and young adult specialist. Knowing the power of strong connections to our young people Amy is client centred practitioner using cognitive behavioural therapy, and interpersonal therapy approaches to support them in the pursuit of their own goals and wellbeing.
Amy has a special interest in sexual health and trauma.