Alicia is a compassionate and dedicated occupational therapist who holds a degree from Australian Catholic University, where academic excellence earned her an Executive Dean’s commendation letter. With a diverse background spanning clinical and community settings, Alicia has developed her skills in palliative care, paediatrics, and mental health.
As a proud member of a large family, she understands the value of collaborative efforts, placing significance on building strong therapeutic relationships with clients, parents, and fellow therapists. Alicia’s commitment to supporting children’s growth traces back to her early experiences, particularly during volunteer work in an enriching school environment. This served as the catalyst for her dedication to helping children thrive.
Outside of work, Alicia enjoys spending quality time with family, friends, and her beloved black Labrador, Peppa. An advocate for holistic well-being, Alicia embraces activities like yoga and pilates, finding balance by immersing herself in the serenity of the beach. Alicia effortlessly blends her passion for helping others with a love for life outside the clinic, creating a warm and compassionate approach to her work.