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Lilley Place

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We are a team of dedicated professionals committed to improving the well-being of the community. 

Our vision is to continue to be industry leaders in the provision of responsive and trusted support through our diverse and skilled team of reputable professionals. All of our psychologists are registered with AHPRA, are members of the Australian Psychological Society, and we are committed to ongoing training and development.

Psychology and Allied Health providers who believe everybody deserves to feel better.


  • Psychology 

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  • Movement and Yoga Therapy 

  • Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY)

  • EMDR Therapy 

  • Clinical Hypnotherapy 

  • Exercise Physiology 

  • Physiotherapy

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Natajsa Wagner

Natajsa is a Clinical Psychotherapist, educator and supervisor with a private practice based in Turrbal (Brisbane) on the land of the Yagera/Juggera people.

Natajsa specialises in therapy for complex trauma and attachment challenges and is also a trainer and facilitator with the Blue Knot Foundation (The national centre for excellence in complex trauma). 

As a trauma therapist she is trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Gestalt Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, TIST (Janina Fishers work), Brainspotting, Havening, Flash Technique and Poly vagal informed therapy.Natajsa works from an ecological perspective that recognises each individual’s experience and the influence professional, family and internal systems have. 

Having a lived experience of complex trauma, Natajsa is passionate about the implementation of trauma-informed care and practice. Her practice and values focus on safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration, empowerment and anti-oppression.

Her therapeutic approach recognises the wisdom inherent in all human beings and focuses on seeing people as more than their “pathology”. She advocates for people to look beyond a person’s challenges or symptoms and begin to recognise the tremendous courage and resilience of the human spirit to cope with life’s experiences. 
She holds the belief that with support people are capable of healing, growth and transformation.

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Small Things Therapy 

Rebecca is a systemically trained Social Worker with 18 years postgraduate experience practicing from the unceded lands of Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung in NAARM/Melbourne.

Rebecca brings an integrated approach to meeting with community members, and brings the energies and wisdoms of the following approaches into her work:

  • Narrative Therapy and Community Work

  • Collaborative Language Systems

  • Open Dialogue Practice

  •  Trauma Informed Practice

  • Internal Family Systems

  • Recovery Oriented Practice

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)/Tapping

  • Mindfulness

  • Somatic’s and body-based therapies

  • Neurodiversity informed and identifying

  • Sensory Approaches

  • Focused Psychological Strategies

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