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Kimberly is an integral member of our Allied Health team, currently working to provide support and guidance to our Maitland office as the Clinical Team Leader for the Hunter and Central Coast. We had the pleasure of welcoming Kimberly to our team five years as a Registered Psychologist, and supporting her through her recent endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.
What does an average day look like for Kimberley?
“No two days are the same. I could be doing individual counselling with clients, performing clinical and psychometric assessments, writing reports, developing positive behaviour support plans, and providing ongoing behaviour support skill development for clients and their support teams. In addition I support my clinical team on a daily basis and this may involve consultation and supervision. I’m fortunate that I can see clients across so many different environments and enjoy the variety.”
As qualified psychologists, our Allied Health practitioners such as Kimberly and her team provide an essential pillar of support to our clients, working with them and their support teams to build truly person centred service programs tailored to each client’s goals. Making sure we understand the individual needs and feelings of our participants is a critical component of providing care.
“I have the privilege every day to work from a truly person-centred approach and the relationships and trust I build with clients and their support teams make my role truly worthwhile. I am also passionate about working with a team who bring so many skills to the work we do every day. It’s actually a pleasure to do what I do.”
“The thing about Challenge is that every day I get to see how the organisation lives up to its core values. It’s also a supportive place to work with lots of flexibility to support staff. Personally, I also like that I get to work across many different sites and build relationships with different teams within Challenge.”

We are proud to have you on our team Kimberly.

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