Dr. Daniel Lane
Dr. Daniel Lane, BSc DC (UK) DACNB (USA) FFAAFN QEEGD, is an experienced chiropractor with over 20 years in private practice and has a special interest in the treatment of brain-based disorders through the activation of neuroplasticity.
Dr. Lane has completed extensive study within the field of neurology and neurological rehabilitation, and has been awarded the title of Diplomate of The American Chiropractic Neurology Board and is also a board-certified Diplomate in QEEG (Quantitative Electro-Encephalogram Brain-Mapping).
Mrs Deborah Thomas
Mrs. Deborah Thomas BScOT is an Occupational Therapist and graduated from Curtin University in 1992.\
She has more than 20 years experience working with children, adolescents, families, teachers, and the wider community. She has worked both in the private and public sectors, in clinical practice and project management.
Mrs. Thomas has a particular interest in helping patients with anxiety, behaviour and learning difficulties. She is focussed upon using a holistic, family and client-centred approach, based on best practice principles.
Miss. Emily Goss
Miss. Emily Goss BScOT is an Occupational Therapist with 13 years experience working in a wide variety of sectors in Australia and abroad.
She graduated from Curtin University in 2002 and the majority of her career has been in the Aged Care and Disability sectors, working within organisations and in private practice as a Senior Occupational Therapist. Most recently Miss. Goss was the Project Developer of the Pain Management and Complex Health Project with Amaroo Care Services (Inc) from 2011 – 2014.
In addition to her work as an Occupational Therapist, Miss. Goss is also a qualified Ashby Memory Method (AMM) Certified Instructor. AMM, previously known as Cognitive Retention Therapy, is a drug-free cognitive exercise programme for dementia. Miss. Goss has a passion for holistic approaches to health, neuroplasticity and brain-based treatments.
Mrs. Harriet Chan
Mrs. Harriet Chan, RN MSc GDipEd Cert Med Neuroscience, has over 20 years of experience as a nurse working in Western Australia. She has extensive training and expertise in neuroscience.
Mrs. Chan has held a number of senior nurse roles in WA Health including clinical nurse specialist, clinical nurse consultant, and as the Staff Development Educator she was responsible for coordinating the State Post-Graduate Neuroscience Nursing Program for 15 years.
Mrs. Chan has worked as a lecturer at Murdoch University teaching the post-graduate certificate in Community Neurological Nursing. She has also delivered a number of blended neuroscience nursing education programs to nurses working in Tasmania, New South Wales,Victoria and Indonesia, and is published in a number of research papers in international nursing journals. In addition to her work at The Perth Brain Centre as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Mrs. Chan works as a scientific conference convenor at The Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association and continues her nursing practice in Critical Care Neuroscience. Previously she was employed as a Nurse Consultant (Workforce Development) at The Neurological Council of Western Australia.
Mr Hugo Morandini
Mr Hugo Morandini BSc (Psych) completed his Bachelor of Psychology in his home town of Strasbourg (France).
He has particular interests in clinical neuroscience and neurophysiology and recently completed a Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience) at the University of Western Australia (UWA), where he continues to study.
Mrs. Karen Lane
Mrs. Karen Lane, BSc (Nursing) is an experienced nurse with over 25 years in public and private practice. She has worked within a wide range of environments and specialities ranging from Intensive and Coronary Care in Perth to Practice Management in London, UK.
Mrs. Lane resided in London and later Oxford for over 12 years. During this time she continued to develop her Cardiac nursing skills and successfully managed a number of private health clinics.
Mrs. Lane returned home to Perth with her family in 2007. Since her return she has completed further studies in Clinical Nursing in Coronary Care through Curtin University whilst employed at Royal Perth Hospital. Mrs. Lane has certification as a HeartMath Interventions Clinician, is currently completing a Diploma of Counselling through the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors and continues to manage The Perth Brain Centre.
Dr. Karley Brewer
Dr. Karley Brewer BSc.Chiro, BChiro, DCP is a Chiropractor with almost 10 years experience working in private practice in Western Australia (WA). Dr. Brewer has a special interest in the treatment of brain-based disorders using Neuromodulation therapies.
Dr. Brewer completed a double degree in Chiropractic at Murdoch University (WA) in 2008. She then went on to complete post-graduate study in Paediatrics and was awarded a Diplomate in Chiropractic Paediatrics in 2014.
Since then, Dr Brewer has pursued a career in Neuromodulation and travelled to the USA to complete her Fellowship in Trans-Cranial Direct Current Stimulation, endorsed by the City University of New York and University of Florida. Dr. Brewer has also completed training with the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute (NOI Group), world-renowned pain education and drug-free pain treatment specialists.
Dr. Brewer is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and regularly attends Professional Development in Neuroscience including those directed by Dr. Norman Doidge (author of the internationally best-selling books ‘The Brain That Changes Itself’ and ‘The Brain’s Way of Healing’).
Mrs Lynda Gibbs
Mrs Lynda Gibbs BScOT GradCertHSErg is a registered Occupational Therapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Mrs Gibbs graduated as an Occupational Therapist from Curtin University, holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Health, Safety and Ergonomics from La Trobe University and has a special interest in neuroplasticity and brain-based disorders.
Mrs Gibbs has previously worked in the resources sector implementing best practice workplace health and wellness interventions such as stress, mindfulness and mental health workshops and training packages. Mrs Gibbs has also worked in roles providing support and mentoring for people with disabilities.
Mrs Gibbs is interested in helping children with emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties and volunteers annually on the Hawaiian Ride For Youth which raises funds to provide counselling support services for youth. She is also passionate about helping adults with stress, depression and chronic illness and uses a holistic, family and client-centred approach.
Dr. Micha Camfield
Dr. Micha Camfield BSc.Chiro, BChiro, BNursing, has over 14 years experience as a Registered Nurse and 6 years experience as a Chiropractor working in private practice.
Dr. Camfield has worked in spinal rehabilitation at The Sir George Bedbrook Spinal Unit at The Royal Perth Rehabilitation Hospital where her roles included Acting Clinical Nurse and Rehabilitation Program Coordinator for spinal cord injured patients. She also has considerable experience in aged and palliative care, having worked as a Registered Nurse for facilities operated by Amana Living, Ramsay Health, and Aegis Care.
Dr. Camfield has a special interest in neurology and brain-based disorders, and is
registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as both a Registered Nurse and Chiropractor.
Mrs. Taryn Linacre
Mrs. Taryn Linacre, BSc (Psych) BPsych GradDip Ed, is a Registered Psychologist and Performance Coach with over 10 years experience.
She has specialised skills in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Solution Focussed Therapy. Mrs. Linacre has trained in a variety of assessment tools including The Human Synergistics LSI-1, LSI-2 and GSI.
Mrs. Linacre incorporates a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to therapy and always uses a strengths-based approach when working with clients. As an experienced school psychologist she has particular interests in helping children with anxiety, behavioural and learning disorders. Mrs. Linacre also has extensive experience helping adults with anxiety, depression and stress-related problems.
Finally, Mrs. Linacre is also an experienced Performance Coach. She has trained in a variety of assessment tools including The Human Synergistics Lifestyle Inventory (LSI-1, LSI-2 and GSI), an internationally-renowned integrated diagnostic system linked to performance that is used by the majority of the world’s top companies and universities. Mrs. Linacre works with both individuals and organisations and is passionate about assisting clients reach their full potential.
Debbie, Larissa, Leanne, Sarah and Teagan are an integral part of the team at The Perth Brain Centre working at Reception to ensure the smooth running of the clinic. They look forward to assisting our patients with the scheduling of their appointments and are always happy to answer questions.