Director and Founder Helen Rowe has over 20 years' experience working with people whose lives have been affected by disability or injury. Early in Helen’s career she developed an interest in helping people develop strategies for managing persistent pain. At the then Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service, Helen worked with her multidisciplinary colleagues running pain management programs for injured workers.
In 2008, she was awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship to study the clinical practice of Allied Health team members within multidisciplinary pain centres around the world. We are a member of Occupational Therapy Australia, Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors (ASORC), Australian Pain Society and Career Development Association Australia (CDAA).
261 Given terrace, Paddington is a brown brick building called Paddington Markets.
It is located in the middle of the block between Great George and Hayward Streets, Paddington.
To access unit 20 – come through the front of the building, up the flight of stairs at the rear of the building and we are at the top of the stairs on your right, or catch the lift to level 1 from the car park or from the ground floor. We are the first rooms on the left as you leave the lift.