Ally is an Occupational Therapist with over 5 years' experience working with children on the autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental differences and their families. As a neurodivergent clinician, Ally cares deeply about identity-affirming practices that serve to leverage the many strengths of, while also acknowledging the unique challenges faced by, neurodivergent children and their families.
Ally is a highly relational therapist who connects deeply with her families and believes that strong therapeutic partnerships are the cornerstone of exceptional clinical service provision. By partnering with families and drawing upon their lived experiences, Ally is able to highlight and amplify their child's strengths, and in the process find creative solutions to functional challenges.
Ally is passionate about daily living skills, specialising in sleep and toilet training for neurodivergent children, and advocates for supports in these areas that are authentic, meaningful and developmentally appropriate.
Ally believes that the most important learning experiences in childhood occur within the context of meaningful relationships and everyday life activities, and she is passionate about empowering individuals who think and learn differently to live an authentic and fulfilling life.