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Brianna Davidson

Brianna graduated for Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. Brianna has always loved working with children, and after working as a support worker and completing placements during university, was highly motivated to pursue a career in paediatrics to be able to provide support to children and their families.

Bri's Story

Since beginning at the Gabrielle Centre in 2017, Brianna has had experience working with children of all ages who have various challenges in their day to day life. She has had the opportunity to work in a number of different settings, and enjoys supporting and encouraging children to reach their full potential across all environments, including at home, school and in the community. Brianna believes strongly in supporting children and their families to achieve their goals through a holistic, client centred approach, and is passionate about seeing children grow, learn and thrive. 


Brianna believes it is important to keep growing and learning as a therapist, so continues to receive ongoing mentoring and clinical education. An example of some the training Brianna has received since beginning at the GCFC include:


  • Therapeutic Listening by Sheila Frick

  • Camp Jabiru Practicum presented by the Sensory Gym

  • Gravity in Motion presented by Eileen Richter

  • King of Swings presented by Alex Lopiccolo

  • Understanding the Vestibular System:  Theory, Anatomy, and Implications for Practice presented by Sheila Frick

  • M.O.R.E. - Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions, presented by Patricia Oetter and Eileen Richter.

  • Sensory Defensiveness course presented by Patricia Wilbarger and Tracy Stackhouse. 

  • Seeing and Moving- A Visual Vestibular course and practical presented by Kim Barthel 

  • Handling Intensive and Movement Analysis presented by Kim Barthel 


Brianna is passionate about helping children reach their full potential and is excited to continue to learn and grow as a therapist as part of the Gabrielle Centre for Children team.

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