Centre Manager Suzie
Suzie looks after the centre and the staff. She is the best person to talk to if you have any concerns or ideas- even if you need to make a complaint. Don't be afraid to say hi when you see her!
Living Well Team
Keira (Clinical Lead), Joel (Intake Case Coordinator), Sam (Intake Case Coordinator), Jen (Intake Case Coordinator) & Di (Mental Health Nurse).
They are the people who you will sit down with and have a chat about what is going on in your life. They can help you set goals and figure out what kind of help you might need. Keira, Joel, Sam, Jen and Di also run groups, can provide short-term supportive counselling and can help with alcohol and other drug issues.
Alcohol and Other Drug Support Mel
Mel from Noffs QLD helps young people at our centre who want help for their alcohol or other drug use. If you would like information or support to cut down or stop your alcohol or other drug use, ask one of our Living Well Team members for an appointment with Mel.
Admin and Reception Tess & Larissa
Tess (Administration Officer) and Larissa (Administration Officer) are the first faces you will see when you come into our centre. They are friendly and can chat with you about the services and programs we offer. They can set up appointments and help you with the information we collect when you come in for your appointments.
Psychologists Pam, Courtney, Vivian & Clive
Our Psychologists are experts in thoughts, feelings and behaviours. They will help you to take action and work towards your goals. They can help you achieve a healthy headspace and deal with problems and tough feelings. Clive offers free careers counselling services and vocational assessments if you're interested in finding a suitable pathway.
GP Dr Camilla
Our doctor is specially trained to work with young people. Dr Camilla will take the time to get to know you and develop a plan with you to address your physical and mental health needs.
Program and Community Liaison Manager Leilani
Leilani is responsible for making sure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people receive culturally safe and appropriate advice and support. She will often be out in the community and in schools running groups.
Community Development Coordinator Amy
Amy goes out into the community to connect with young people at schools, tafe, universities and events. She lets people know how to access headspace and is always happy to talk to groups about mental health and help seeking. Say hi if you see her out and about or give her a call on (07) 3727 5000 if you would like her to deliver a presentation or attend an event.
Lead Agency Accoras
Consortium Partners at headspace Inala:
Drug Arm, Inala Youth Service, Neami, Open Minds, PCYC Inala, Boystown and Brisbane South PHN.
To talk to any of us, or to make an appointment, please call 07 3727 5000, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the centre.