Our Team

One Central Health is proud to offer our clients a professionally trained and experienced team of clinicians, practitioners, and therapists across a range of allied health services.

Our paediatricians provide best practice paediatric care to babies, children, and adolescents of all ages.

We welcome children, adults, and families to access our exceptional health care all in one convenient location.

Please click on a staff profile to find out more about our multidisciplinary team members.


Ash Jackson

Provisionally Registered Psychologist

Ash is a provisionally registered psychologist and recent graduate from the University of Western Australia with First Class Honours in Psychology.

Ash has a professional, clinical interest in working with children, adolescents and adults in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, adjustment issues, interpersonal difficulties, work-related issues, stress and behaviour support. She works to offer a respectful and safe space where all her clients can feel empowered and supported.

With a background in the disability sector, Ash is passionate about diversifying and improving psychological services available and accessible to the neuro-diverse community and individuals with lived experiences of disability. She is also committed to working towards an improved public approach to mental health and establishing effective prevention strategies across populations.

In her free time, Ash enjoys painting and spending time outdoors.

Nina Shapiro

Registered Psychologist

Nina qualified as a psychologist over 24 years ago. Since then she has worked in a variety of schools, children’s therapy centres and in private practices. She sees both children and adults, and has extensive experience with trauma, anxiety and transitions (such as divorce, bereavement, moving, becoming a parent etc). 

When working with children/teenagers, Nina uses mostly play therapy, bibliotherapy, art, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy. With adults, she also uses Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (particularly with trauma), as well as BWRT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and the more traditional Talking Therapies.  

Nina recently completed training in Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She has also become a registered practitioner in Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT), a unique and relatively new therapy which uses knowledge of the structure and functioning on the brain to make lasting changes for a wide variety of psychological difficulties.

Kylie Rigg

Registered Psychologist

Kylie has well over 20 years’ experience working as a psychologist. Having commenced in the Education Department as a school psychologist, Kylie moved on to specialise in autism and disabilities, working for Disability Services and the Autism Association.

Kylie is skilled in helping clients deal with issues such as anger management, anxiety, compulsive behaviours, toileting, school avoidance, study skills, self-harm, parental separation, child protection and peer/sibling interactions, as well as providing support for FIFO workers and families. 

Kylie has experience working in multidisciplinary therapy environments where clients can access support and achieve their potential.

Daniela Di Ciano

Daniela is a trained psychologist in both clinical and educational fields and joined the team after practicing in the UK and other countries for over 10 years. She specialises in assessment and intervention of children and adults with complex neuro-developmental needs (such as Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Intellectual Disability, and Specific Learning Disorders) and associated emotion-regulation and challenging behaviours.  She also treats individuals with anxiety, depression, trauma, eating and behavioural disorders.

Daniela uses Applied Behaviour Analysis (including Positive Behaviour Support), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Mentalisation-based approaches and Family Therapy. These approaches are individualised according to the client’s developmental level, preferences, and other contextual issues.

Daniela takes a holistic approach and works collaboratively with families, teachers, carers and other professionals in the network.

James Pegus

Provisionally Registered Psychologist

James is a Provisionally Registered Psychologist completing his internship to become a Registered Psychologist. He studied his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Western Australia, and then completed a Bachelor of Psychology and Master of Psychology (Professional) at Curtin University, graduating in 2018. He is passionate about psychology and improving the quality of life for individuals with a disability and mental health concerns. 

James is skilled in various psychological interventions such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and other evidence-based approaches in psychology.

He has a wealth of experience in the disability sector, both as a support worker, a positive behaviour support practitioner, and through lived experience. He has experience working with individuals with an Acquired Brain Injuries, Autism, and Intellectual Disability. He also has experience in depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and trauma- and stressor-related disorders, and other mental health concerns. James has a particular interest in working with adolescents and older adults. 

In his spare time, James likes riding his motorcycle, playing guitar/bass, and retreating during the summer to the snow to go skiing.

Petrina Wong

Provisionally Registered Psychologist

Petrina graduated from the University of Western Australia with Bachelor and Honour degrees in Psychology, and a Graduate Diploma in Education. She began working in education support centres and schools, working with children with autism, intellectual disability, Specific Learning Disorders, and other special needs. Petrina then worked at the Autism Association, in their transdisciplinary early intervention team, for two years. There, she provided therapy for children with autism, focusing on holistic and positive behavioural approaches. She also has experience counselling adolescents using cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing and solution-focused therapy techniques.

During her spare time, Petrina loves watercolour painting, reading fantasy novels and playing the piano.

Erin Akerstrom

Registered Psychologist

Erin is a Registered Psychologist who has worked in multidisciplinary teams in disability organisations for several years, supporting children, adolescents and adults to manage complex behaviour support needs. She specialises in the area of Positive Behaviour Support, providing comprehensive assessment and intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Intellectual Disability.

Erin has also worked in family therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and behavioural intervention programs for clients in foster care and clients involved in the justice system. She has experience in addressing challenging behaviours, emotion regulation, depression, anxiety, trauma and other mental health concerns. Erin uses a holistic approach and works collaboratively with families, carers, teachers and other professionals.

When not at work, Erin enjoys being outdoors, often paddle boarding and hiking.

Andrea Corbett

Provisionally Registered Psychologist/Counsellor/Therapy Assistant

Andrea has been working as a therapy assistant for many years and has recently completed her Graduate Diploma in Psychology, in addition to her Undergraduate Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Graduate Certificate in Counselling from Murdoch University. 

Moving away from FIFO life, Andrea moved from Mandurah to Karratha along with her husband and three children. Passionate about her new home in the Karratha community, Andrea enjoys getting out and about in the amazing surroundings.

Kyle Chan

Provisionally Registered Psychologist

Kyle is a provisionally registered psychologist and has recently graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor’s degree with Honours. After spending six years in youth work and volunteering in poor townships in South Africa, he discovered his passion for working with youths and helping people improve their quality of life. As a new member of the Kalgoorlie team, he looks forward to making a positive impact in people’s lives in the region and being part of the community. 
In his free time, Kyle loves to cook with cuisines from around the world and learn about different cultures.

Speech Pathologists

Natara Brown

Speech Pathologist

Natara has a background in Primary School Education, teaching Kindergarten and English as a second language in Vietnam, before gaining her Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology from Curtin University. Natara completed her honours project on Developmental Language Disorder and has further special interests in the areas of Literacy, Speech, Language and Autism. 

She is qualified in Hanen It Takes Two to Talk for late talkers, the Lidcombe program for stuttering and Picture Exchange Communication.

In her spare time, Natara likes to take her dog, Indie, to the beach and do crossword puzzles.

Carolyn Lynch

Senior Speech Pathologist

Carolyn is a certified practicing speech pathologist with over 15 years’ experience working in the paediatric disability sector, as well as the private sector.

Since 2008, Carolyn has worked predominantly with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, and she has a keen interest in the Australian-based research for people with ASD. For several years, Carolyn has specialised in ASD assessment and diagnosis and is a board member of the West Australian Autism Diagnosticians Forum.

Jessica Boam

Speech Pathologist

Jessica began working as a paediatric speech pathologist in 2015 in Sydney after graduating from The University of Newcastle. She then spent two years working in Kalgoorlie focusing on remote and Indigenous health, before moving back to Perth in 2020. 

She is passionate about working with families to develop and achieve goals relating to talking, learning and eating. She is particularly interested in the areas of:

  • Language
  • Speech
  • Stuttering
  • Early literacy
  • Picky and fussy eaters
  • Transition to solid foods

When she is not at work, Jessica loves to take her dog, Ernie, to the beach.

Michelle Brankovic

Senior Speech Pathologist

Michelle has been a speech pathologist for over 15 years. Having acquired her qualification in 2000, Michelle initially travelled to Karratha to work and then relocated to Perth to work in a specialist position for autism clients. Michelle has a wide range of skills from general speech therapy to working with children with disabilities. Michelle enjoys building relationships with families and helping to coordinate interactions between teachers, carers and other therapists to achieve the best outcomes for their children.

Michelle enjoys playing and watching sport (especially basketball). But, in reality, she spends most of her time chasing around after her husband, three young children, three pet fish and three pet frogs.

Alex Enright

Speech Pathologist

Alex has over 15 years’ experience working with children with developmental disorders and delays. In particular, she specialises in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Alex is able to support children with all aspects of speech and language development.

Alex has experience in Auditory Verbal Therapy for children with hearing loss. She has key worker experience and has provided support to families in a range of contexts. She also works as part of a team to provide diagnostic autism assessments.

Alex finds it incredibly rewarding to help children reach their potential and loves working in partnership with families to achieve their goals! She loves working with children and always makes it a priority to make therapy fun and exciting.

Avril Chiat

Speech Pathologist

Avril is an experienced speech pathologist having worked in speech therapy for her entire working career in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Her qualifications include a BA in Speech and Hearing Therapy from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Sciences (Rehabilitation) from Curtin University of Technology, Perth, WA.

Her professional interests include communication early intervention, monitoring for change in communication and maintenance of the right to “have a voice” in all age groups. She has extensive experience aiding clients with swallowing disorders and alternative and augmentative communication. Her belief is that communication is a right and that capacity for social interaction and social connectedness is an opportunity to be explored for all, independent of degree of disability and age.

Outside of work, Avril has a fascination with technology, a newfound interest in knitting, and loves spending time at the beach with her dog Juno and her family.

Occupational Therapists

Molly Derriman

Occupational Therapist

Molly completed her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy at Curtin University in 2009, but began working in the field of Autism as an Education Assistant since 2007 whilst studying. She is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Behaviour Management at Edith Cowan University. 

Molly delivered intensive Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) therapy at a leading Perth intervention centre for two and a half years, progressing to the role of Case Manager. She began to work with Rockingham Autism Services in 2012 as an Occupational Therapist and her role involved initial skill assessments and program development/execution, as well as the reviewing of programs. 

Molly can assist in any of the following areas:

  • Hand-to-eye coordination 
  • Motor control
  • Fine motor skills
  • Gross motor skills
  • Body awareness and sensation
  • Handwriting and cutting skills
  • Day-to-day living skills, such as eating, writing, going to the toilet, interacting with other children and playground skills
  • Sensory needs including developing a ‘sensory diet’.

Molly is passionate about making a difference to all the families she works with and recently relocated to Tom Price to work with families and children with special needs in the Pilbara. 

Molly loves to travel and even spent two years exploring Australia in a van. In her spare time, she loves camping, playing guitar and drawing.

Gemma Tily-Laurie

Occupational Therapist

Gemma completed her Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) at Curtin University and graduated with Honours. Gemma has experience working with children with Autism, Global Development Delay, and sensory processing difficulties. Gemma is passionate about working with children and their families to achieve their goals and can assist in any of the following areas:

  • Fine motor skills
  • Gross motor skills 
  • Motor Planning 
  • Hand-eye coordination 
  • Handwriting and scissor skills  
  • Visual perceptual and visual motor development 
  • Social skills
  • Emotional regulation 
  • Sensory processing
  • Activities of daily living, such as eating, toileting, dressing

Outside of work, Gemma loves spending time with her family and friends, and enjoys playing social netball for her local team.

Hemi Shah

Occupational Therapist

Hemi completed her Bachelor of Science—Occupational Therapy—at Curtin University in 2019 and graduated with Honours. Her experiences include working with children with Developmental Delay, Autism, Down Syndrome and sensory processing.

The areas in which Hemi can make a particularly positive impact include:

  • Fine motor skills
  • Gross motor skills
  • Motor planning
  • Daily living activities such as eating, toileting and showering
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Handwriting
  • Scissor skills
  • Visual perceptual and visual motor development skills
  • Social skills
  • Emotional regulation

Aside from her work, Hemi enjoys playing golf and discovering new places in Western Australia.

Ishani De Silva

Occupational Therapist

Ishani graduated from Curtin University in 2015 and has since worked as an occupational therapist in a number of clinical areas including paediatrics, older adults, aged care, in-patient rehab and private practice. Her clinical experience has taken her to New Zealand, Vietnam and throughout WA, including Perth and Karratha.

Ishani is particularly passionate about providing holistic and sustainable occupational therapy services to clients of all ages, abilities and diverse backgrounds. She enjoys working closely with clients and their supports to promote well-balanced and healthy lifestyles. Currently based in Karratha, Ishani is available for both face to face and telehealth sessions across the Pilbara region.

In her spare time, Ishani enjoys playing social sports, spending time outdoors and playing with her dog, Mishka!

Therapy Assistants

Tracey Goldhawk

Senior Therapy Assistant

Tracey is trained in Early Childhood Education and worked as an educator for 25 years. She previously worked as an Education Assistant supporting an autistic student and then worked as a Therapist Assistant for a therapy centre for children with special needs. She has been working in the role of Therapy Assistant for the past four years. Tracey is very passionate about the education and wellbeing of young children and strives to deliver a dedicated all round approach to their development.

Tracey is married with two adult children and, after migrating from Zimbabwe to Australia in 2005, is delighted to now call Australia home. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with family and friends, as well as do some gardening. She is a keen crafter and up-cycler.

Renee Parkin

Therapy Assistant

Renee has a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) with over 10 years’ experience working with children in classroom and childcare settings. She is skilled in running educational programs with children and making accurate assessments and observations on their achievement.

Renee is interested in the development of speech in young children and has begun her journey to learn about speech therapy by studying for a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Speech Pathology).

Aside from being a busy mum, Renee is a passionate dancer and is currently training in aerial arts.

Bella Biundo

Therapy Assistant

Bella is currently completing her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Western Australia and is then planning on continuing into Psychology Honours. She thoroughly enjoys learning about childhood development and has also worked in Out of School Hours Care services (OSHC), assisting in programming activities and making daily learning observations of each child. 

Bella is also an active volunteer for Edmund Rice Camps for Kids WA, where she leads and coordinates camps for children who are suffering from some form of disadvantage. The camp provides a week of fun activities and opportunities for confidence building, friendship and socialisation.

In her spare time, Bella enjoys reading novels, seeing live music and travelling.

Rose Morgan

Senior Therapy Assistant

Rose is a senior therapy assistant who has completed her Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) training with the Autism Behavioural Intervention Association (ABIA). Prior to joining One Central Health, Rose previously worked at an early intervention centre in the Goldfields. Rose is passionate about helping children and their families achieve personal goals and finds it incredibly rewarding when these goals are met.

Under the direction of One Central Health’s allied professionals, Rose helps formulate and implements fun, challenging and achievable programs for her clients.

In her spare time Rose enjoys travelling, extreme adventures—such as jumping out of perfectly functioning aeroplanes—and spending time with her two young children. Being a fully qualified personal trainer and Austswim teacher, Rose also enjoys keeping active, pumping some weights and heading to the pools for a swim.

Claudia Rigg

Therapy Assistant

Bio coming soon.

Lize Roberston

Therapy Assistant

Lize completed her degree, B.Ed. (Intermediate Phase) in Education, in 2013. She pursued her studies further and received her degree in B.Ed. Hons. in Professional Psychology of Education at the University of the Free State, South Africa, in 2014. Lize has six years’ experience working with children in education and care facilities. 

Lize’s previous experience includes working as a primary school teacher teaching science and robotics. She is passionate about supporting and teaching children to reach their full potential.

She enjoys being part of the local Karratha community by taking part in social sports and loves travelling and spending time with her family.


Diana D’Auria


Diana is a food enthusiast with a passion for helping people learn to enjoy all foods and manage their health without restrictive and depriving diets. Diana uses non-diet approach techniques, as well as intuitive and mindful eating principles, to help clients nurture a more positive relationship with food and their bodies. 

Diana specialises in helping people of all ages with chronic illness such as heart disease, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, high blood lipids and coeliac disease, as well as having experience in the management of under and over nutrition, eating disorders, food intolerances and gastrointestinal disorders. She is also interested in working with families who struggle with fussy eating and feeding problems.

Diana is a dedicated Ashtanga yoga practitioner and in her spare time enjoys cooking, fermenting and entertaining loved ones.


Dr Nitin Rajput


Dr Nitin Rajput is a specialist general paediatrician with more than two decades of international experience in paediatrics gained from working and living in India, the UK, New Zealand and Australia.  He has a special interest in infant and perinatal mental health, and health and development in the first 1000 days of life. Dr Rajput is a member of the Royal College of Physicians (RACP) working group on Early Childhood Position Statement. Dr Rajput has over 10 publications in international, peer-reviewed journals and has presented at several conferences. Dr Rajput has done considerable research on Early Childhood Obesity in New Zealand, Constipation in Children with Behaviour Difficulties in the UK and Airway Inflammation in Asthma in India, and was the clinical lead for the International HPOD trial for Tamworth in Australia.

Dr Rajput sees children with a range of medical, behavioural and developmental difficulties between 0 and 16 years. He has a strong interest in early onset feeding difficulties and has extensive experience in the division of neonatal tongue-ties. Dr Rajput has broad experience in helping children with disabilities and complex, chronic conditions as well as learning and behavioural difficulties such as Autism and ADHD. Dr Rajput performs formal developmental assessments including the Griffiths and Bayley’s and formal autism assessments. He is also interested in the management of under- and over-nutrition, problems with growth, asthma, constipation, and enuresis. 

Dr Rajput believes in working with families, allied health professionals and schools in achieving best outcomes for his clients. 

Languages Spoken: 

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Punjabi 


  • MBBS
  • MD (Paediatrics) – Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh
  • MRCPCH – Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, London
  • MClinEpid – University of Newcastle, Newcastle 
  • MPH – University of Newcastle, Newcastle
  • FRACP – Royal Australasian College of Paediatrics, Sydney

Dr Sanjay Gehlot


Dr Gehlot is a Developmental Paediatrician MBBS, AMC, FRACP and sees children from 0 to 13 years of age with a diverse range of developmental issues. 

He has a special interest in developmental assessments, diagnosis and management of children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), associated comorbidities and behavioural challenges. Dr Gehlot adopts a holistic approach as he works collaboratively with families and a multidisciplinary team using the latest clinical evidence and a practical goal-oriented approach.

Dr Gehlot has more than a decade of clinical experience including working with the Child Assessment Team (CAT) and the Neonatal Developmental Follow Up Program at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. He then gained further training at the Royal Children Hospital, Melbourne, before moving to work at Princess Margaret Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital in Perth.

Dr Gehlot has had a public appointment at Child Development Services since 2014 and is an adjunct lecturer/clinical senior lecturer in Paediatrics at the University of Western Australia and the University of Notre Dame respectively. He also works at St John of God Hospital, Subiaco, and has a locum consultant position at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Dr Gehlot is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and a member of the Neurobehavioral and Paediatric Society of Australasia (NBPSA).

Dr Raghu Dharmapuri


Dr Dharmapuri has been working as a Consultant Paediatrician for many years in Child Developmental Services and in General Paediatrics in the public hospital sector. He holds an Adjunct Senior Lecturer position at the University of Western Australia, Notre Dame University and Curtin University. Dr Dharmapuri provides broad, developmental and general paediatric consultations for children up to 16 years of age and consults at our Tuart Hill rooms. 

Dr Dharmapuri has a special interest in assessment and management of children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental delay, neonatal and General Paediatric problems.


Sally van Essen

NDIS Support Coordinator & Plan Manager

Sally has worked in the community services sector for many years, predominantly in the disability field. Her educational background includes an Advanced Diploma in Disability and an Advanced Diploma in Management (Community Services). Additionally, she has a personal connection to the sector with a close family member of hers having cerebral palsy. Sally is passionate about supporting families throughout their NDIS journey by providing productive funded support coordination and efficient plan management.

Sally has been calling Kalgoorlie home since 2016 but was born and spent her childhood years in Tassie before moving to Melbourne for a number of years. She is a mum of two teenagers and her interests outside of work include home renovations and decorations. She’s also an avid lover of animals; in fact, she has 2 big spoilt dogs, a cat, 5 chooks and 2 roosters at home!

Tiarn Chester

Reception Administrator

Tiarn has completed a Certificate IV in Business Management as well as a Diploma in Event Management. At One Central Health she works in the position of receptionist and administration officer at the South Lake clinic.

In addition to processing payments, making appointment bookings and answering phone enquiries from existing and new clients, Tiarn also organises and manages all metro-based behaviour therapy (ABA therapy). Tiarn also works as the personal assistant to one of our paediatricians, Dr Nitin Rajput.Outside of work, Tiarn loves spending time with her family and catching up with friends.

Lisa Sloman

Personal Assistant to the CEO

Prior to starting with One Central Health as the Personal Assistant to the CEO, Lisa worked in various administrative roles for a number of years. She also has extensive experience as a support worker for adults and children with disabilities, and has been in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. Lisa has completed a Certificate III in Business Studies and a Diploma in Perioperative Care in a theatre-based role.

When she is not working, Lisa is busy being a football mum, spending time with family and friends, and travelling around WA.

Caris Henderson

NDIS Administrator

Caris works as an NDIS Administrator and ensures that all of One Central Health’s approved NDIS participating clients receive smooth and efficient therapy and care.

Juanita Enright

Autism Assessment Coordinator

Juanita is One Central Health’s Autism Assessment Coordinator and has extensive experience in administrative roles. Most recently, she has worked closely with special needs children as an Education Assistant at Leeming Senior High School Education Support Centre.

Aside from being a busy mum of three daughters, Juanita enjoys ballet/barre classes, the beach and travelling with her husband and family.

Rachael Middlewick

NDIA Administration

Rachael has a passion for helping families who have received or are in the process of searching for a diagnosis for their child. She understands the difficult journey these families experience and has both the experience and desire to help them receive the information and support they need to achieve the best outcomes for their child.

Additionally, Rachael has personal experience in accessing the NDIS and receiving and managing NDIS funding. She takes pride in being able to help families receive the funding they need to achieve the goals that best support their child.

Rachael, with her husband, is busy looking after three boys, and in her spare time enjoys walking along the beach or through the local bushland areas

Annette Sparks

Payroll Officer & Bookkeeper

Annette brings over 10 years of experience to her role as One Central Health’s payroll officer and bookkeeper. She also holds a Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping) and has worked extensively as a paralegal specialising in banking and finance.

When Annette’s not working, she loves entertaining, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.

Jessica Stojcevski

Medical Receptionist

Jessica joined the One Central Health as a medical receptionist in Tuart Hill with 5 years of experience in an administration and reception role. Her qualifications include a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education as well as a Certificate II in Hospitality. Jessica is passionate about her career in healthcare and learning more and more about the industry. She is excited to be part of One Central Health’s growth.

Outside of her work hours, Jessica likes to go to the gym and see her friends.

Nicole Stone

Medical Receptionist

Nicole is the medical receptionist at the One Central Health clinic in Kalgoorlie. In addition to completing her Western Australia Certificate of Education (WACE) and Certificate II in Tourism, she is also studying for a Certificate IV in Business Administration.

Outside of work, Nicole loves watching movies and documentaries, going to the gym, and playing netball. With the rest of her spare time, she enjoys seeing friends, learning new skills, and furthering her knowledge in anything and everything.

Renae Cavanagh

Medical Receptionist

Renae is the youngest member of our reception and administration team. Despite this being her very first position in an admin assistant role, she is passionate about all things healthcare and medical, and would love to grow her business and administration career in this field.

Outside of work hours Renae enjoys playing lots of sport, particularly softball and netball, but also doesn’t mind a bit of binge watching her favourite Netflix shows.


Alana Maley-Berg


Alana has a Bachelor of Psychology (UWA), Master of Education (Applied Behaviour Analysis) from Monash University and is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration (University of Newcastle).

Over the past two decades Alana has been working as a psychologist and recently retired from clinical practise. She worked throughout the state of Western Australia over her years as a psychologist. Thanks to these experiences, Alana has developed a passion for ensuring easy access to multidisciplinary therapy for all Western Australians. The expansion of One Central Health across the state is a direct result of Alana travelling to many of the towns and regional centres across the state, and seeing the need for a greater range of high quality services for everyone to access.

In her spare time, Alana loves to travel, paint, and spend time with her family.

Keren Franklin


Keren is One Central Health’s Chief Operations Officer. Keren has over 20 years of experience in administration, most recently having managed an early intervention centre in the Goldfields.  

Outside of work, Keren enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons.

Mason Berg

Finance Officer

Mason Berg is a chef by trade and has run some very popular and busy kitchens/venues, including The Queens Hotel and Toast Café in Claisebrook Cove. After 25 years in the industry, Mason opted for a change and has taken on the position of Finance Officer at the company founded by his wife, Alana Maley-Berg.

When Mason isn’t working at One Central Health he acts as a chauffeur for his two lovely children and has also taken on the role of canteen cook at his daughter’s primary school.

Mason loves Perth but also enjoys travelling almost anywhere and finding new experiences. Particular adventurous highlights of his include living in Dublin for a year, seeing the Aurora Borealis in Norway and trekking the Inca trail in Machu Picchu.

Mason’s other big love is sports: He loves watching AFL (and is a Collingwood supporter) but is also a fan of cricket and motor racing. Additionally, he plays beach volleyball and golf on a weekly basis.

Aaron Posner

Communications & Business Development Officer

Aaron Posner graduated from Curtin University in 2014 where he completed a degree in commerce and economics, and has since worked in a variety of industries in corporate communication, sales, marketing and business development roles. Additionally, he has completed certificates and qualifications in both leadership and management. 

He has a particular passion for providing excellent communication services to corporations and helping to develop and implement business development strategies to grow and develop organisations.

When he’s not working, Aaron enjoys consuming as many books, films and podcasts as time allows.

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