Paediatric Clinical Conversations,
Community and Content

Megan and Cathy have significant clinical experience, both have worked over seas, lead high performing teams, created and delivered programs, participated in working parties and reference groups and presented nationally and internationally. They are familiar with the Australian Allied Health scene, the NDIS, client experience, services, funding schemes and they have been around long enough to map trends.

Their adventures in recent years identified 3 main clinical challenges in Australia.

  • Absence of powerful cross discipline, whole child team clinical conversation
  • Tendency to purchase off shore CPD, complete with all night learning
  • Missed opportunity to learn from Aussie clinical specialists within our local context

The entrepreneurial brains sparked, a commitment to bring great Australian clinical conversation, content and community was ignited. Team Talk has been running for years. In 2020 sales went nuts, the program re branded and re formed, let us introduce Therapy Team Talk. It now boldly celebrates the local clinical heros, provides interactive learning conversations, shares resources and templates and in time will host remarkable online events.

The best of Aussie clinical awesome is yet to come.

Stay tuned.

Are you ready to:

  • Learn with national clinical specialists.
  • Explore 40+ hours of trainings.
  • Access a growing template library.

Your Facilitators

Cathy Love

Cathy Love is an Occupational Therapist and professional trained Coach, she is the founding director of Nacre Consulting. Cathy works with parents and disability service providers to achieve brilliant outcomes for children with special needs.

She has worked with government agencies, not for profits and private practice during her nearly three-decade-long career. From her Melbourne base Cathy provides workshops, and private practice business coaching for allied health practitioners globally. www.nacre.com.au

Megan Ingram

Megan Ingram is a certified practicing Speech Pathologist with extensive experience working with children, families, and schools. She has worked in Education Departments in Victoria and the United Kingdom.

Megan established and ran a primary school language learning center. As co-director of Peninsula Speech Pathology Services Megan works with children and teens, their families and teachers. She is actively involved in many of her local schools, providing a diverse range of services. www.peninsulaspeech.com.au

Associate Team

Charmaine is the Director (or ringleader) of Kids & Community, a private paediatric occupational therapy service in Queensland. Charmaine has worked in clinical and non-clinical roles with children, families and communities across a variety of settings for over 20 years.
Charmaine has worked as an occupational therapist and in roles not specific to OT (but always using OT skills) in metropolitan and rural settings across the public, not for profit and private sectors. 

Amanda Abel is a paediatric psychologist, mum and founder of three paediatric practices in Melbourne, which includes a feeding clinic for fussy eaters. Her team consists of psychologists and a speech pathologist who all share her passion in providing an exceptionally positive experience for families accessing paediatric services.
Amanda draws on her experience as a parent along with her extensive psychological training to help get families thriving. Her mission is to equip parents and educators with the tools they need to connect meaningfully with, and confidently guide, their children (or students) so that every child can reach their full potential.

Emily Hayles wears many hats. She is an experienced Physiotherapist who has worked with children with disabilities and their families for the past 15 years. She is the founder of Move and Play Paediatric Therapy, a children’s therapy service in Mackay, Queensland, which is renowned for supporting children with developmental delays and disabilities and their families to be the best they can be. She is a published author of the book ‘Braver Than You Think: How To Help Your Child With A Disability Live Their Best Life’. And finally (but in her opinion, probably the most important role) - she is the Mum to 3 fantastic small children.
Emily is a passionate therapist, educator and clinical leader who - through therapy, education, advocacy and connection - strives to help children to move and play to the best of their ability, empower parents to know they are doing the best they can for their child, and support therapists to deliver the best care possible.


"Always wonderful to share about Fragile X Syndrome with motivated allied health professionals. Your support is invaluable to impacted families.”


“It was wonderful to have the opportunity to review with you, the current literature and practice of Sensory processing disorder and how it fits into the NDIS model.”


"Great to share and discuss my passion topic of how we can help kids transition from primary to secondary schools.”


"I enjoyed our robust discussion exploring the models and research for delivering intensive therapy programs for children in the NDIS environment.”


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