A therapist works with people of all ages to assist them overcome difficulties, conditions or impairments that affect their ability to participate in everyday life. These conditions could be caused by injury, illnesses, developmental delays, emotional or psychological difficulties, or age. At Territory Therapy Solutions, our therapists journey with you to understand your specific needs and find solutions to bring about productive change in your life.
This will depend on the severity of your injury or illness, however your therapist may be able to give you an estimate of how many sessions will be needed after a consultation.
An initial consultation may take up to an hour. The following appointments will be determined by the severity of your injury or illness, and rate of recovery.
Cost will vary according to your health cover and according to referral to our service. Please call our office for more information.
Julia is the principal occupational therapist at Territory Therapy Solutions. She established Territory Therapy Solutions in 2012 to maintain a flexible work and family balance, and to address gaps in the comprehensive management of clients with complex functional needs in the private sector.
Annie is an experienced general specialist registered occupational therapist with more than 12 years’ experience. She is an active member of Occupational Therapy Australia, a volunteer with the national DVA working party committee, a state representative with the Australasian Lymphology Association
Kim completed her Graduate Entry Masters in Occupational Therapy Studies at the University of Queensland in 2007. Over the past 10 years she has worked in rehabilitation, both in the public and private setting.
Felicity has a degree in Occupational Therapy through Charles Sturt University, graduating in 2002. She has a passion for working in Indigenous health and has completed a postgraduate Masters degree in Remote Allied Health Practice.
Terina Saunders graduated as an occupational therapist in Western Australia in 1976. Terina has 30 plus years of experience working in the Northern Territory. Her areas of practice include public hospital work, paediatrics, hand therapy, lymphedema, vocational rehabilitation, private practice and disability driving assessments.
Jade migrated to the Territory in 2007 from South Australia where she completed her bachelor degree in physiotherapy. Jade is fascinated by the human body and has spent the past decade expanding her knowledge on this topic.
A qualified Physiotherapist who moved to the Northern Territory in 2014. Eloise completed her training in 2012 through LaTrobe University in Melbourne where she grew up. Following this she completed a 2 year graduate training program through the Epworth Hospital in Richmond.
Renee is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, completing her 4 year degree with Wollongong University. Renee has extensive experience working in the Comcare and Workers Compensation arena providing both vocational case management, assessments and clinical exercise treatment.
Sandra is a registered psychologist and has more than 11 years of experience providing psychological services to range of clients. Sandra graduated from Charles Darwin University with her Bachelor of Behavioural Science with Honours in 2005,
Jo has lived in the Northern Territory for the past 13 years. She has an extensive history of working with people with varied disabilities and mental health needs. She works closely and collaboratively with treating therapists as a therapy assistant. Read more…