Mindbuilders Clinic is a unique practice specialising in psychological services for people of all ages. We use evidence based practice and are determined to work with individuals to increase their quality of life.
Rebekah is a registered Psychologist [with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Psychology Board of Australia] who has extensive experience working with adults and children with developmental disabilities, and children and young people at risk of entering care or in out-of-home care. Through her experience in both government and private organisations, she has acquired skills and knowledge in undertaking a range of functional, developmental and skills based assessments and treatment of individuals of all ages. Rebekah’s areas of expertise and interests include complex trauma, self-injurious behaviours, challenging behaviours, attachment issues, emotional dysregulation, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress symptoms, and other emotional and psychological issues. Rebekah provides psychological services and conducts psychometric assessments in both English and Korean.
Rebekah is a board approved supervisor and provides regular supervision to psychologists new to the field.
Early Intervention Program (ABA therapy) at Flinders University
Queensland Government Disability Service (Department of Communities)
Queensland Government Evolve Behaviour Support Services (Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability services)
Clinical Consultant (Private Organisation)
Registered as a FaHCSIA Provider
Weng Chio Fan
Weng is an experienced psychologist who is passionate about using evidence-based therapy skills to assist people in reaching their potential. He provides interventions for a range of mental health issues for people of all ages. His areas of expertise include anxiety, depression and anger management.
Weng also has extensive experience in organisational psychology, particularly in people management. He helps individuals manage workplace issues, corporate stress, and develop communication skills. He is trained in occupational rehabilitation and helps workers with physical and psychological injuries return back to work.
Weng combines CBT and ACT to tailor his sessions to his clients’ needs in order to achieve the best therapeutic outcomes. He assists people in developing better insights, increasing their ability to regulate their emotions, and utilising helpful strategies to resolve their issues. Weng provides psychological services in both English and Chinese.
Early Intervention Educator
Hellen is an Early Intervention Educator who has extensive experience in teaching both neuro-typical children and children with special needs. She has qualifications in Early Childhood Education, Disability and Tesol. She is also a trained in Lego Therapy. Hellen uses principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis and positive behaviour support to teach children develop skills to reach their full potential. Hellen's specialized teaching skills assist children in learning various cognitive skills, including communication skills. Hellen provides lessons in both English and Korean.