Carly Treloar – Owner/Principle Occupational Therapist and Clinical Myotherapist
Credentials: Bachelor of Health Sciences | Masters in Occupational Therapy Practice | Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy | Certified Bhava Hatha Yoga/Meditation Teacher
Withover 20 years of experience in soft tissue therapies, Carly’s interests in the human condition on how we are connected through life’s generality of situations we face physically, mentally and emotionally, opened the door to further studies. These included musculoskeletal therapies, somatic movement(Feldenkrais method) yoga/meditation, social-emotional awareness and a holistic approach to healthcare namingly, ‘Occupational Therapy’
Carly enjoys working with people across all ages with special interests in social/emotional skills development and early detection/ prevention of mental health issues in children, adolescents and emerging adults. Carly is currently working towards obtaining her Mental Health Occupational Therapy (MHOT) Accreditation through Occupational Therapy Australia which will broaden her scope of practice within the near future.
Living Without Boundaries is Carly’s vision of providing a nurturing space for individuals, children and families to access therapeutic interventions and support within an Occupational Therapy framework whilst providing physical therapies that compliment the businesses purpose and mission of a holistic and wellness approach to healthcare.
Carly brings with her, a wide range of skill sets and works with, but not limited to, Social/Emotional regulation skills development, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Excecutive function and working memory challenges, Sensory Processing Regulation, Dyspraxia/DCD, Developmental delays, Fine and Gross Motor control, including handwriting difficulties, Anxiety and Stress Management, Chronic Fatigue and Energy conservation, Fibromyalgia, Soft tissue dysfunction and Pain management.
When away from the clinic, Carly provides in clinic OT services for children and families in Williamstown together with Paediatricians, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Family Counsellors, Speech Therapists and Mental Health Social Workers.
Salvation Army Crossroads REPAIR Program
REPAIR is a DHHS-funded family violence demonstration project that provides young people with access to a creative therapeutic program that is tailored specifically to their needs. This pilot project operates across the north and west Melbourne metro area as part of the Crossroads Youth & Family Services Network
Living Without Boundaries has an affiliation with REPAIR, seeking to link in young people and their families who have experienced family violence and social isolation. Occupational Therapy Services are provided, encompassing evaluation and planning processes under a trauma informed care framework, aiming to identify barriers to occupational performance, linking individuals to therapeutic interventions tailored to their recovery needs.
For more information, please contact Living Without Boundaries via the link in this website or alternatively, click on the link below to be connected directly to REPAIR.