Careers

Welcome to the Careers section of Evolve Therapy Collective! We firmly believe that our staff are the cornerstone of our service, and fostering their growth and well-being is at the core of what we do. As a firm believer in the adage that quality service stems from a contented team, our small and tightly knit company is dedicated to providing an environment that is both supportive and joyful. We prioritise our team’s success by setting achievable billable hours and offering regular supervision, ensuring that everyone has the resources they need to thrive and foster professional growth.  We offer a generous travel and CPD allowance as well as various in-house training opportunities. 

 

 

At Evolve Therapy Collective, our commitment to excellence is underscored by our directors, Angie and Fiona, both seasoned Occupational Therapists themselves. They not only oversee the operations but actively maintain a clinical case load. This hands-on approach ensures that they remain not only knowledgeable but also attuned to the challenges and triumphs faced by our team on a day-to-day basis.  They are always readily available to the entire team, fostering a truly approachable and collaborative work environment on a day-to-day basis.

 

 

If you’re seeking a career that values both personal growth and collective success, we invite you to be a part of our journey at Evolve Therapy Collective.  Where your growth and happiness matter as much as the exceptional care we provide.

Led by experienced clinicians – At Evolve, our company is headed by clinicians who have extensive knowledge and experience.  This means that you are always supported by management who know what it’s like to work in the field and maintain an active working knowledge through their own caseload.  

Guidance and support – We value the well-being of our team. We offer consistent supervision as a norm and ensure access to senior staff for any inquiries or assistance needed.

Flexible working options – we understand the demands of a busy life!  To support this, we provide versatile work arrangements, encompassing opportunities for working from home and flexible hours tailored to individual requirements.

Achievable work expectations – we prioritise offering achievable billable hours that empower our team to deliver exceptional quality care whilst dedicating time for continuous professional development opportunities.  

Fostering your enthusiasm – Our aim is for you to have a genuine passion for your work. We foster a culture where our staff can specialize in the areas that truly interest them and actively support their ongoing learning in their chosen fields. 

Contact us on admin@evolveot.com.au to discuss further.  We have a range of flexible employment opportunities available including full-time, part-time, and subcontracting. 

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Zain Constantine

Psychologist

Zain Constantine was born in a small coastal town in Tasmania, but has lived in the Tweed Heads/Southern Gold Coast area for the past 30 years. Zain graduated from Bond University with a Bachelor Social Science (Psychology) with Honours 2009, and completed his provisional internship through Tweed Heads Mental Health Services. 

Prior to becoming a registered psychologist Zain spent several years in the community services sector working in the areas of mental health and disability out reach and supported living, COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness), and mental health education programs for school children.

Zain’s current work as a psychologist has him working with clients experiencing a wide variety of psychological issues ranging from schizophrenia, anorexia nervosa, major depression, anxiety disorders and complex trauma. Through this diversity of clientele, Zain is experienced and confident in the assessment and treatment of a broad range of mental health issues and clients with complex histories and support needs.

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Amber Correy

Exercise Physiologist

Amber completed her undergraduate of Exercise and Sports Science in 2014 at University of Sydney and her Masters in Exercise Physiology (Clinical Rehabilitation) at Charles Stuart university in 2015. Since becoming qualified, she has worked for various private Allied Health clinics as well as most recently working at various Mental Health units across NSW. 

She has a particular interest in educating and demonstrating the benefits of exercise on mental health conditions with a strong focus on achieving behavioural/lifestyle change. She can also work with those with physical disabilities and other chronic conditions, including all types of heart diseases and diabetes (Type 1 and 2), weight loss/control and nutrition planning, pre/post-operative rehabilitation, arthritis and osteoporosis, respiratory diseases, metabolic issues, chronic pain and fatigue, kidney complications, cancer and chemotherapy, falls prevention, balance and other conditions associated with ageing.

 

The main aim of an Accredited Exercise Physiologist is to prevent or manage chronic disease, disability or injury and assist in restoring one’s optimal physical function, health or wellness through safely delivered and specifically tailored exercise as well as assist in health and physical activity education, advice, support and lifestyle modification with a strong focus on achieving behavioural change.

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Teigan Miller

Occupational Therapist

Teigan grew up on the Central Coast of New South Wales and relocated to the Northern Rivers and Gold Coast area to complete her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, where she graduated from Southern Cross University in 2021.

 

Teigan is passionate about helping people to live their best life and feel empowered. She enjoys helping people to do the things they never thought were possible. Teigan works collaboratively and compassionately with clients, families, and supports to help clients achieve their goals. Through her experiences in various student placements, Teigan has had opportunities to work in both public and private settings in hospital, school, and community OT roles. Teigan has had experience in rehabilitation, mental health, aged-care, and health promotion roles, and enjoys utilising therapeutic interventions and assistive technology to promote independence. Being a new graduate Teigan is excited to start specialising in an area of occupational therapy and is committed to ongoing professional development.

Outside of work Teigan enjoys playing footy, camping, adventuring, and spending time with her friends and family.

Philippa Ludwig

Senior Occupational Therapist

Philippa was born and raised in South Australia.  After graduating from high school, she obtained her Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy in 2000 and commenced her career in the rural community mental health services of South Australia’s Riverland and Victoria’s Riverina districts.

After a hiatus in Canada, Philippa returned to work in the mental health field as a mental health counsellor for the Riverland Division of General Practice, before moving to the Gold Coast to work primarily in the public community mental health sector in the areas of case management, psychosocial recovery and partnerships coordination. Throughout this time, Philippa has gained extensive skills working with a variety of mental health conditions and intellectual disability, with a particular interest in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Away from work, Philippa loves spending time with her family, including her dog, mountain biking (she holds an introductory mountain bike coach qualification), going to concerts and spending time at the beach.  

Fiona Williams

Co-Director  | Occupational Therapist

Fiona was born and raised in the picturesque north coast of Northern Ireland. She emigrated to Australia in 1990 and obtained her BA in Occupational Therapy at the University of Queensland in 1997. She has worked in a variety of public health settings across both the Gold Coast and Northern NSW including inpatient and community mental health, mental health rehabilitation, mental health mobile intensive treatment, senior OT supervision role and mental health recovery and partnership coordination. 

In addition, Fiona has worked in the private sector as an OT for 15 years, which has led to her having extensive experience in the area of medico-legal assessments and report writing. She is also a guest lecturer at Southern Cross University. Away from work, Fiona enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, bushwalking, photography, going to the beach and travelling.