We offer a broad range of consultancy services to government agencies, corporate and community sector organisations and health services.
We bring a high level of experience and understanding of suicide prevention and postvention, social and emotional wellbeing and Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Health and Wellbeing, along with a strong capacity to work collaboratively and effectively with health services, professionals and communities.
We can assist you in areas such as:
- undertaking needs assessments, service planning and program evaluations
- developing cultural competency and culturally responsive service delivery
- developing reconciliation action plans
- community development activities, and
- facilitation of workshops and conferences.
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Catherine is a highly experienced consultant, specialising in program evaluation, service development, and workforce planning. She has undertaken projects in a wide range of areas including mental health, and Aboriginal health and social and emotional wellbeing.
Catherine brings a wealth of experience in policy development and service delivery having previously held roles as Executive Officer at the Victorian Healthcare Association and Chief Executive Officer of Chelsea Community Health and Inner South Community Health Services.
Early in her career, Catherine worked as a community solicitor in a number of inner suburban community legal services.
Catherine is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Management, is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and holds a Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees.
Rachael is of Yankunjatjara and Arrente background and spent most of her childhood growing up in communities.
Racheal has extensive experience in Aboriginal Affairs with all levels of government and non -government organisations. She has a long history of undertaking community engagement and development activities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations, using strength-based approaches.