Alexandra Ferendinos – Clinic Director and Registered Psychologist
Welcome to the village! Clinic Director, Alexandra (Alex) Ferendinos, is a passionate psychologist with more than 13 years’ experience supporting children, adolescents and young adults with a range of mental health needs.
Alex began her career working in early intervention, implementing intensive individualised programs for individuals with Autism and other additional needs. She is especially passionate about supporting children, adolescents and young adults with additional needs in maximising their potential.
Alex also has extensive experience working with children and adolescents in overcoming other mental health concerns, and has special interests in anxiety, behavioural challenges and mood dysregulation.
Alex adopts an evidence-based, family-centred approach when delivering therapy to her young clients and believes that parents and carers are an integral part of a child’s therapeutic journey.
Alex’s work is conducted across clinic, home, school, community and online settings and she works closely with like-minded service providers to ensure that her clients are receiving the most comprehensive intervention possible.
Alex strongly believes that every child, no matter their needs, deserves access to quality intervention so that they can lead their most fulfilling lives.
Jamie Williams – Early Intervention Therapist
Jamie is an enthusiastic Early Intervention Therapist with over 4 years’ experience working in early intervention with children with a range of needs in home, school and community settings. Jamie is currently in training to become a Child and Adolescent Counsellor and is completing her Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the Australian College of Applied Psychology.
Jamie is passionate about helping young people develop their language and communication, social skills, and life skills, while reducing challenging behaviours. Jamie strongly believes in supporting her clients and their families to lead rich lives filled with enjoyment.