Tori is committed to providing service to families in our Chapel Hill Clinic, as well as schools and homes in Brisbane and the Lockyer Valley. Tori finds a lot of value in working with children who may not be achieving their full potential, in real-life contexts such as schools and homes, and alongside teachers and parents. She has always had a passion for working with children and thoroughly enjoys building long-term therapeutic relationships with children and their families. Tori balances her time between her clinical management role and her own clinical caseload. She has also been a Clinical Educator for the University of Queensland and Australian Catholic University, and has presented at schools and professional development events.
Tori is passionate about providing evidence-based therapy and intervention to support children and their families. She has participated in many professional development courses, which have continued to develop her intervention ‘toolkit’. In recent times, one of her particular areas of interest has been supporting children who experience social and emotional difficulties, sensory processing, or executive function challenges. Tori works with many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities.