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KALLE DH EGAN

Psychologist
BA (Psych), PgDip (Psych), Dip (Edu Pri), Grad Cert (School Counselling), Grad Cert (Developmental Trauma), AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor -  PSY0001678974

Kalle is a registered psychologist accredited by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), member of the Australian Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools (APACS), and a member of The Pathways Foundation - harm prevention charity. Kalle is a Board Approved Supervisor for Primary and Secondary supervision for the 4+2 and 5+1 pathways. 

Kalle is a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). 

Kalle is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Kalle uses these evidence based approaches paired with a range of creative, practical and dynamic techniques to inspire positive change. 

Kalle has completed a Graduate Certificate in Developmental Trauma. Kalle's skills and experience working with children and adolescents who have experienced complex trauma is extensive. Kalle creates a safe place where clients are able to recognise the affects of trauma and begin their reparative journey.   

Therapies are tailored to the individual and draw on techniques from a range of evidenced based Psychological practices.

For several years Kalle worked in the United Kingdom as a specialised teacher for children with Autism and other behavioural and developmental disorders. This educational institute was awarded as ‘outstanding’ during Kalle’s period of service. In this role Kalle was involved in the development and implementation of numerous behaviour and education programs as well as whole school policies. Her knowledge and experience in this field is extensive. Kalle has a special interest in working with children who have Autism and their families. Her interventions have proven to ensure success in reaching individual and family goals.

Kalle currently works as a School Psychologist and Private Practitioner. In her role as a School Psychologist she services primary and secondary settings. In this role Kalle works with a diverse range of children, adolescents and their families experiencing a range of challenges such as anxiety, identity issues, bullying, trauma, anger, depression, conduct problems, learning difficulties, family separation, disengagement, pervasive developmental disorders, school readiness and transition. 

Kalle works closely with educational professionals in overcoming a range of difficulties experienced by their students. Kalle has developed a number of training programs and professional development activities to enhance the quality of teaching within schools.

Kalle has extensive knowledge and skills working in group therapy. Kalle is a a senior DRUMBEAT facilitator – a group based CBT program that uses rhythm to explore a range of complex presenting problems and overcome these through group therapy.

Her primary interest and passion is working with people to achieve positive change and reach outcomes, even when the possible is thought to be impossible.


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PAUL HENLEY

Family Mediation, Group Programs, Key Note Speaker, Facilitation & Leadership Development Specialist

Paul Henley is a master facilitator who has developed a range of leadership development models spanning over thirty years. Paul began his career in England in the community development sector before moving to Australia. Paul co-founded the highly regarded Pathways Foundation, harm prevention charity. He is also a co-founder, senior facilitator and trainer of the following award winning programmes; ‘Pathways to Manhood’, ‘Pathways Leadership Development’, ‘Young Stars’ and ‘Parenting Teenagers’. Paul has a special interest in mentoring aspiring leaders with the belief this is part of creating a healthy and sustainable future for our society. 

Paul brings a diverse range of experience and expertise having worked as a restorative justice convener for NSW Juvenile Justice, a facilitator of men's groups relating to separation, violence, health & well-being and former chair of NSW Men's Health & Wellbeing Association.

Paul has trained executive leaders across corporate, government and non-government organisations using unique cutting edge programmes. He raises awareness and understanding about emotional intelligence and how this is an essential component in maximising effective relationships, communication, leadership, productivity and insight.

“My goal is to equip organisations with the ability to execute positive change through enhanced emotional intelligence so individuals can function at an optimal level ”.

Paul has facilitated leadership programs in the UK, New Zealand and Australia and brings a wealth of expertise by offering a series of interactive programmes and workshops that can be tailored to suit a diverse range clients. Programmes are aimed at intermediate to advanced levels, offering varied content and delivery. Paul offers Key Note speaking services to a diverse range of organisations.