About Us
Finding Balance

How we help

Nurturing Children's Growth and Positivity

Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy is a paediatric occupational therapy service which works closely, and respectfully with children and their families.

Nina Fitch

Ba Sc (Occupational Therapy).,
Post Grad Cert (Occupational Therapy).,

Post Grad Dip (Early Childhood Education).,
Advanced Clinical Training in Play Therapy (Play Therapy Australia).

Nina Fitch is a graduate of Curtin University in Occupational Therapy and has a post graduate qualification in Early Childhood Education from Edith Cowan University. Nina has 15 years’ experience working with children, adolescents, adults and their families. She has worked in a range of clinical settings such as hospitals, mental health services, schools and special early intervention services.
Nina’s additional training and clinical experience enables her to work with children and families experiencing a wide range of social, emotional, behavioural and mental health issues. Nina is a highly experienced and respected Play Therapist.

As an accredited Mental Health Occupational Therapist, you do not need a referral to access Nina’ services. If you are interested in Medicare rebates, speak with your GP who, at their discretion, can make a referral under the Commonwealth -funded Better Access to Mental Health care initiative. For more information on fees and rebates, please submit an enquiry via this website.

Nina is a Mother of 3 adult sons, and lives with and loves her horses, dogs, chickens and more.
As an Occupational Therapist and Early Childhood Educator, Nina highly values play as the primary way children learn about their world, develop new physical, social and emotional skills, understand how things work, and express themselves. 
Nina has always had a passionate and personal interest in children’s mental health, and in 2014 completed advanced clinical training in Child Centred Play Therapy (CCPT) with Play Therapy Australia, Australia’s leading professional training organization in CCPT.

Nina is a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and committed professional who develops and values positive, nurturing and respectful relationships with her clients. Nina’s unique skill set, well equips to her to work with children and families, addressing a wide range of emotional, behavioural, social, sensory and mental health issues that children, and their families experience.

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