supporting you to overcome
At Overcome Therapeutic Services we don't just teach you how to manage,
we support you to overcome!!!
ACA accredited level 3 - Bachelor of Psychological Science, Diploma of Counselling, Trained Clinical Supervisor, Trauma informed.
Chantelle provides specialist treatment for a range of life's difficulties including but not limited to: mental illness, disability and trauma.
Chantelle has a vast array of experience, working with children and young people. Chantelle started her professional journey as a Youth worker in 2015, quickly moving to coordinator of a Youth Program designed for vulnerable children and young people in Wendouree, Ballarat. Also at this time Chantelle worked in residential care, providing direct support to a range of vulnerable young people across Ballarat.
Chantelle then accepted a role providing Intensive Case Management and Therapy to children and young people at risk or experiencing homelessness and/or domestic violence.
And finally before founding Overcome Therapeutic services Chantelle worked for a private behavioural management and family counselling practice, working with young people and their families, experiencing disability related distress and dysfunction.
Chantelle has a passion for seeing young people and their families not just learn to manage their difficulties but to overcome them. Chantelle believes that with the right level of support, education and encouragement, anyone can be an overcomer.
We support young people aged 3 to 30 years of age, who are struggling with mental illness, disability or everyday difficulties, with tailored interventions to help them learn to overcome, our aim is to support young people to lead a life full of joy, peace and purpose.
We support parents/carers with education, support and guidance, in order to help them support their child, who is struggling with mental illness, disability, trauma or everyday difficulties.
We support a young person's care team with education, support and guidance, in order to help them support the child in their care who is struggling with mental illness, disability, trauma or everyday difficulties.