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Our team is committed to quality care.
To us, this looks like occupational therapy sessions that are tailored to your child and their unique goals.
Meet The Team
Founder · Director
Julina established Limitless Occupational Therapy in 2016. Julina's vision is to listen to families personal experiences, to individualise therapy to gain the best outcome possible for children, and to provide services to underdeveloped communities. Julina provides supervision and professional development to Limitless Occupational Therapists.
Julina has a Certificate 2 in Sport and Community Recreation, a Certificate 4 and 5 in Fitness, and a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy.
Prior to opening her own private practise (Limitless Occupational Therapy) in 2016, Julina worked as an Occupational Therapist at an early intervention centre for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and within private practise. Julina has 8 years Occupational Therapy experience working with ages 0-25, with varied presentations.
Julina also offers Equine Assisted Occupational Therapy sessions for clients who may benefit from an outdoor setting or from animals. Julina has a membership with the Riding for Disabled (RDA), and regularly engages in further Professional Development within this area of practise.
Graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2019 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours), Isabel is committed to providing fun and engaging therapy sessions for her clients. She believes in promoting kindness and inclusion for children of all abilities.
She applies her clinical experience working as an OT at regional/ rural Hospitals and the Brisbane community, as well as a support worker for teens to take a wholistic approach when working together with children and their families. With special interest in play and aquatic therapy, Isabel is passionate about making coming to therapy a positive experience.
Outside of the clinic, Isabel enjoys heading to the beach or dog park with her puppy. She loves Nintendo, swimming and fun fashion! If you catch her and her pink hair around the clinic, please say hello.
Phoebe Murphy studied Occupational Therapy (Honours) at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Phoebe has a year of experience in paediatric private practise with a variety of ages and presentations. In the past. Phoebe worked as a disability support worker for 4 years. Phoebe has been responsible for the care of children aged 3 to 18 years old, with varying diagnosis, including: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), and Down Syndrome.
Phoebe also has experience within Currimundi Special School, Equity Works, a paediatric private practice clinic, as well as inpatient mental health. In her own time, Phoebe is a QLD cricket community officer, promoting and facilitating junior cricket programs within schools and clubs. Phoebe is well respected and liked by her clients. Phoebe has a strong passion for providing quality care, as well as working with children, and encouraging them to meet their goals.
Amy Saward is a graduate from James Cook University in Townsville (Honours). She has worked as a Therapy Assistant at Wonderland Professionals, an NDIS Private practice, working within a multidisciplinary team. Amy has also worked as a disability support worker for the past year, working with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and anxiety.
Amy implemented positive behaviour support plans, and gained experience within NDIS. Amy has also had experience within the South West Hospital and Health Service – Roma Hospital, North West Community Rehabilitation- Mount Isa, and Queensland Health - Mackay Base Hospital.
In her own time Amy has volunteered at a week long sensory camp (Camp Jabiru) for children with developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, and sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Amy has also worked as a student mentor, and has participated in ‘Run as 1 for Cystic Fibrosis’. Amy has a passion for working with children, and within the school environment.
Ayla Smith studied a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at the University of the Sunshine Coast. She believes in providing client-centred and quality service with a smile and is committed to ensuring equitable opportunities for all.
Ayla has clinical experience in Youth Justice where she supported young people to get back on their feet through education and training. Ayla also has clinical experience within the Department of Education, having been based in Palmview Special School. Additionally, she also has two years of previous experience as both an Allied Health Assistant and Support Worker for children of all abilities.
On the weekends you can find Ayla outside either at the beach with a book and her dog or camping with friends.
Anna graduated from Griffith University Gold Coast in 2022 with a Bachelor of
She appreciates the core values of occupational therapy, including
providing client-centred and occupation-centred therapy to promote inclusion for all children.
Throughout university Anna had the opportunity to gain experience in many practice areas, including paediatrics, community mental health, and vocational rehabilitation.
She has had experience working alongside children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and values providing
engaging sessions to encourage and support clients and their families.
Anna enjoys spending her weekends outside at the beach reading a good book or hanging out with friends. She is looking forward to exploring all that the Sunshine Coast has to offer.
Sara moved to the Sunshine Coast from the UK with her family in 2007. She has worked in a range of industries, in various administrative roles, from Child Care to Aged Care. Sara also spent many years working for Marriott Hotels in the UK.
She has a passion for connecting with people and providing quality support services. Knowing she can make a positive difference to someone’s day is what fulfils her.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with friends and family, especially her young grandchildren.
Shara grew up on the Sunshine Coast, and after spending almost 10 years in Canada, she and her husband decided to make the big move back to Australia in 2019.
Shara has a background in medical administration at one of the largest wellness clinics in Alberta, Canada. Inliv Wellness Calgary had a team of doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists, and personal trainers. She enjoyed meeting and greeting clients and getting to know all the families. Shara also has a background as a Beauty Therapist, she moved into management of salons and day spas, and she taught beauty therapy to students in one of the top beauty colleges in Canada.
In 2019 she decided to change careers and studied to become a counsellor, graduating in 2022. She has a passion for supporting parents and children and has a warm, welcoming and empathetic demeanour.
Outside of work Shara enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children exploring the Sunshine Coast and all that it has to offer for young families to keep the kids entertained.