Cameron has 14 years experience as a Physiotherapist (Musculo-Skeletal/Respiratory). He holds post-graduate qualifications in Physiotherapy and a Masters of Sleep Medicine through Sydney University.
Cameron specialises in the following areas:
General musculoskeletal physiotherapy
Hands on joint mobilisation and manipulation
Gait training and balance assessment
Sleep Disorders Diagnosis in conjunction with accredited Sleep
Sleep Apnoea Management
Provision of clearance for VicRoads
Shane Pongho (Physiotherapist)
Shane graduated from Latrobe University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice.
Since then Shane has been providing Physiotherapy services across a number of settings in the Central Highlands region, and has developed an interest in musculoskeletal conditions, rehabilitation, strength & conditioning, and sleep disorders. Shane has been the Physiotherapist for the Ballarat Swans Football and Netball Club since 2016; and has further training in Clinical Pilates, Dry Needling, Strength & Conditioning, and Olympic Weightlifting.
In 2016 Shane completed a Master of Science in Medicine (Sleep Medicine) from the University of Sydney providing him with the skills necessary to identify and manage clients with sleep disorders.
Chantel Leaver (Family Dispute Resolution)
Chantel Leaver has a post graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution and has been accredited by the attorney generals office, enabling her to assist clients with their family disputes.
Intakes and screening
Exemption 601 certificate issuing, if deemed mediation is not suitable.
Intake/Screening 1.5 hours $70
Mediation Session 3 hours $240
Property mediation 3 hours $260
Parenting plans $70
Payment plans and options available. Please contact Chantel to discuss
Fiona Shackleton (Counselling)
BSc Hons, Occupational Therapy, Mental health Accredited Occupational Therapist Registered OT Australia and British Association of OT, Registered Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, Accredited Network and BASSA OT with Transport Accident Commission.
Fiona emigrated to Daylesford in 2008 from the UK and fell in love with the area and its people. She has over 20 years’ experience working with clients who have both physical and mental health challenges. Fiona is excited to have the opportunity to provide services in the community she loves in her own practice. She is committed to ongoing professional development so that she is able to offer her clients the most up to date evidence based intervention.
Fiona prides herself on working holistically, focusing on the physical, emotional and social needs of her clients. Drawing on experience she has gained from her extensive career, Fiona aims to deliver solution focused goal directed therapy. She offers a safe space to explore feelings, issues and challenges. By working together with her clients Fiona can help to devise individualised strategies aimed at reducing the impact of life’s challenges, changing thoughts and beliefs which may have been preventing people from participating more fully in their lives.
Fiona is passionate about empowering people to live the life that they chose to the fullest. She is dedicated to supporting people to achieve their goals through a strong, collaborative relationship where the client is an equal partner in the therapeutic process.
She operates from a non-judgmental, client centred, strengths based model and is committed to guiding people to resolve past trauma, experiences and beliefs which may have prevented them from fully engaging in career, relationships and leisure pursuits.
She supports clients to identify their unique experiences, strengths, and attributes which can be used to draw on to adapt unhelpful thoughts, behaviours and coping strategies. She encourages clients to devise new strategies which can be used to enable them to return to leading a balanced lifestyle.Fiona gets satisfaction from supporting people to take control over their thoughts and behaviours, improve their confidence and mastery of situations to move forward and achieve their goals.