We are Solasta
Solasta is proud to be both a Social Enterprise and part of the Sonder family.
Sonder is a not-for-profit, South Australian-based NGO with a social purpose to improve the lives of underserved community members by providing high quality, accessible care.
Sonder operates social enterprises, such as Solasta that aim to be financially sustainable while providing social benefits to local communities.
We believe that people are the experts in their own lives. We’ll work with you to help you realise your potential and work towards achieving your goals.
You’re in good hands.
Solasta provides strength-focused support so that you can improve your wellbeing and shine your brightest.
Based 10 minutes from the CBD, we offer a range of evidence-based assessment and therapy services to adults, children, young people and their families.
Our team consists of experienced Clinical and Registered Psychologists and other health professionals who will provide you with individualised support to help you achieve your goals.
Our services include:
- Psychological therapy services
- Assessment services
- NDIS services
- Autism diagnosis
We’re here for you.
Rochelle has over 25 years’ experience in clinical and leadership roles across state government disability services, private practice and the non-government sector.
Rochelle is well known for the warm and engaging approach she brings to therapy with both children and adults.
She uses a range of therapeutic approaches but primarily draws on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Rochelle has a long term passion for working with children and adults with disabilities, in particular people with autism spectrum disorder. She also has extensive experience in psychoeducational assessments for children with learning and intellectual disabilities and in the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
Rochelle has Bachelor of Arts, Graduate Diploma in Psychological Practice and Master of Clinical Psychology. She holds registration with the Psychology Board of Australia with clinical endorsement and is a member of the APS College of clinical Psychologists.
Haidee has six years of experience working as a psychologist in schools, private practice and the non- government sector. Prior to this she had eight years of experience working as a high school teacher, school counsellor, subject coordinator and deputy principal.
Haidee works with children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of difficulties and mental health concerns. She has significant experience working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, migrants and refugees.
She has completed specialised training and supervision in the areas of Child and Adolescent Psychology, School Psychology, and Perinatal Psychology. Haidee is particularly passionate about working with women who are affected by mental health conditions during the first year of parenthood.
Haidee primarily uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with clients, and she also draws upon a range of strategies from other therapeutic models, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Relaxation and Skills Training, Interpersonal Therapy, and Psychoeducation.
Haidee has a Bachelor of Arts (Politics), a Bachelor of Science (Psychology), a Graduate Diploma of Education, and a Master of School Psychology. She holds registration with the Psychology Board of Australia and the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Australian Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools (APACS).
Lisa is a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in providing a range of psychological services to individuals, families, schools and organisations. She has worked in private practice, school, community and residential care settings. Lisa also has experience working in child protection, family reunification, and youth homelessness settings.
Lisa works in a collaborative and non-judgemental manner and is passionate about working with children, adolescents and adults to improve their wellbeing. In addition, she frequently consults with families, teachers, support staff and other allied health professionals to improve their ability to support their children. Lisa regularly conducts comprehensive psychoeducational assessments for students experiencing learning difficulties, and to diagnose conditions such as intellectual disability, specific learning disorders and ADHD.
She has a particular interest in supporting adolescents to understand and manage their mental health and improve their wellbeing. She also has an interest and experience in helping her clients to recover from traumatic and adverse life experiences.
Lisa completed her Honours in Psychology and Master of Psychology (Clinical) at Flinders University.
She has also received specialist training in Family Systems Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Child and Adolescent Psychology. Her therapeutic style is grounded in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, though she tailors her approach to each individual client in a strengths-based manner.
She is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia with Clinical Endorsement and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.
One easy location.
Located next to Klemzig Village Medical Clinic
Level 2, 280 North East Road,
Klemzig SA 5087
Call: 08 7160 1900
Fax: 08 7160 1999
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Our newly appointed consulting rooms have been thoughtfully designed to create a warm and welcoming experience.
The spacious rooms provide ample natural light and have been designed to accommodate sensory needs.
Located next to the newly built Klemzig Village Medical Clinic, the space is fully accessible with ample off-street and disability parking and is also accessible by public transport.
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