Our Team

  • Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)
    Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)
    Founder & Director | Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)

    Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)

    Founder & Director | Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Teaching
    • Graduate Diploma Psychology
    • Post Graduate Diploma Psychology
    • Certificate Forensic Mental Health
    • IABA
    • AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127

    A Bit About Me

    I’m Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127), a Psychologist with over 10 years experience working in the Disability sector. I am passionate about driving change and building excellence within my team. We are creating unparalleled quality in the behaviour support and therapeutic practice areas and I am excited to deliver my team’s quality services throughout Queensland.

    When I am not at work I love playing hockey, spending time with my family (which includes the dogs and cats) and travelling.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioner, Stacey QuaillBehaviour Support Practitioner, Stacey Quaill
    Stacey Quaill
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Behaviour Support Practitioner, Stacey Quaill

    Stacey Quaill

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor Social Work
    • Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Behaviour Analysis

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! I’m Stacey. I’ve been a social worker for eight years now and have more than 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and their families.

    I feel so privileged to work alongside our participants and their supports every day, and am so lucky to get to be a part of their journey as they work towards their goals to live their best lives.

    When I’m not working with our participants, I’m probably off spending time with my family, at the beach, or playing hockey.

  • Hollie Purcell (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002446254)Hollie Purcell (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002446254)
    Hollie Purcell
    Director of Behaviour Support, Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Hollie Purcell (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002446254)

    Hollie Purcell

    Director of Behaviour Support, Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Nursing
    • Postgraduate studies in Psychology
    • Graduate Diploma Psychological Science
    • Graduate Diploma Psychology (Advanced)

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! I’m Hollie and I joined Tedoo in 2020. I’ve undertaken a range of studies to equip myself with the skills and knowledge to deliver personalised support to my clients. This includes a Bachelor of Nursing and Postgraduate studies in Psychology.

    I also have experience working within the aged care and mental health sectors and bring a wealth of knowledge within these areas to our team. When it comes to behaviour support, I love creating personalised plans for my clients and taking a holistic approach to providing behaviour support.

    I am interested in developing skills that support my clients and help them reach their goals.

    When I’m not at work, I love spending time with my beloved dogs, Teddy and Roo, spending time with my family, and enjoying live music.

  • Kiaya Armstrong, Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner.Kiaya Armstrong, Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner.
    Kiaya Armstrong (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002470317)
    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Kiaya Armstrong, Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner.

    Kiaya Armstrong (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002470317)

    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Science with Honours
    • AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002470317

    A Bit About Me

    I’m Kiaya (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002470317), a Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner here at Tedoo. I’ve been fortunate to work with children and families in various roles since 2011.

    As someone in the LGBTQI+ community, I have a strong passion for working with diverse people. My favourite part of my role is being able to empower people in their lives, be a part of their journey of growth, and to reduce the stigma of seeking help when we need it!

    Outside of work, I spend all of my time with my dog (or am I his human?), playing Pokemon Arceus and Animal Crossing on the Nintendo Switch, and playing board games like Gloomhaven or Wingspan.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioner, Cindy WheelehenBehaviour Support Practitioner, Cindy Wheelehen
    Cindy Wheelehen
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Behaviour Support Practitioner, Cindy Wheelehen

    Cindy Wheelehen

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Cert IV TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
    • TAFE Teacher Migrant English Program
    • Studies in Applied Behaviour Analysis
    • Restrictive Practices
    • Zones of Regulation
    • Training in Human Rights
    • Monash University Engaging in Positive Behaviour Support Practices

    A Bit About Me

    Previous to my role as a Behaviour Support Practitioner I delivered Support Coordination to NDIS participants for a number of years. Additionally, I have experience in providing direct support care.

    I enjoy my role with Tedoo as a Behaviour Support Practitioner as no two days are the same. I’m passionate about the continual learning pathways and the unique opportunity to work collaboratively as part of a team in my role. It’s amazing getting to see the positive impacts of the NDIS in action.

    When I’m not at work, I love spending time with my family and getting outdoors — camping, snorkelling, scuba diving, hiking — you name it. I love creating too — art, drawing, woodwork; I enjoy any creative medium and opportunity.

  • Brooke O’Connor, Behaviour Support Practitioner.Brooke O’Connor, Behaviour Support Practitioner.
    Brooke O’Connor
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Brooke O’Connor, Behaviour Support Practitioner.

    Brooke O’Connor

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Psychological Science with Distinction
    • Currently studying Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced)

    A Bit About Me

    My name is Brooke O’Connor, and I am a Behaviour Support Practitioner at Tedoo. In 2019 I completed my Bachelor of Psychological Science with a Distinction and am currently working towards a Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced).

    Before working as a Behaviour Support Practitioner, I worked in various roles within the disability sector. I worked as a respite and community access support worker and NDIS Support Coordinator.

    My roles and progression into Behaviour Support have given me a unique insight into different aspects of people’s lives and how important it is to ensure a person-centred, tailored approach to improve a person’s quality of life.

    What I love most about my role is meeting new people and supporting them through what could be a very challenging time in their life. I am a strong believer in building understanding and individual strengths, and this is something we focus on every day in Behaviour Support.
    Outside of my role, I enjoy spending quality time with my family, exploring and relaxing in the serenity of our northern nation in QLD, and reading and studying for my Diploma.

  • Susan Everett, Behaviour Support PractitionerSusan Everett, Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Susan Everett 
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Susan Everett, Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Susan Everett 

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Social Work

    A Bit About Me

    Hi, I’m Susan! Working as a Behaviour Support Practitioner, and having a background in Social Work, I enjoy working with individuals and their support teams to meet their goals while continuously working toward reducing the restrictions in their lives. In each case, I’m always using a holistic and strengths-based approach.  I love working collaboratively with individuals and teams to facilitate positive change and outcomes in people’s lives.  Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family camping, fishing and exploring the outdoors.

  • Evan Francis (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)Evan Francis (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)
    Evan Francis (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)
    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Evan Francis (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)

    Evan Francis (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)

    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
    • Graduate Diploma in Psychology Advanced
    • AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296

    A Bit About Me

    Hey! I’m Evan (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002585296)! I’m a Provisional Psychologist with experience working as a counsellor and practitioner in the NDIS, mental health, relationship, child safety, and sexual assault services.
    I love my job because I enjoy the honest engagement with participants and listening and adapting therapy techniques to the needs of my clients. I feel privileged to be able to walk alongside them in my role.
    Outside of work, I have a passion for board games, card games and role-playing games, as well as reading manga, and constantly walking my dogs.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioner, Janette HolleranBehaviour Support Practitioner, Janette Holleran
    Janette Holleran
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Behaviour Support Practitioner, Janette Holleran

    Janette Holleran

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Double Certificate IV Youth and Community Services
    • Diploma of Youth Counselling
    • Diploma of Youth Counselling
    • Diploma of Counselling
    • Bachelor of Counselling
    • Master of Social Work (current studies)

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! I’m Janette, a Behaviour Support Practioner at Tedoo. With a background working as a Teacher Aide, Youth Care and Support Worker, Community Development Officer, AOD Counsellor, Specialist Counsellor, and Recovery Coach, I have extensive experience supporting people to reach their full potential. My passion is working with participants, their families, and their support network to assist the participant in achieving a better quality of life. I love working with complex and challenging behaviours.

    When I’m not supporting our participants, I love the beach, a good meal and a nice glass of wine. I am a bit of a master chef in the kitchen when the mood strikes and I love exploring new places.

  • Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Guy MapleyProvisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Guy Mapley
    Guy Mapley (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002628210)
    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Guy Mapley

    Guy Mapley (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002628210)

    Provisional Psychologist & Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Science (Psychology Major)
    • Graduate Diploma Psychology
    • AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002628210

    A Bit About Me

    Guy (AHPRA Registration Provisional Psychologist: PSY0002628210) is a Provisional Psychologist and Proficient Behaviour Support Practitioner. Having studied psychology at the University of Southern Queensland and Monash University, he spent much of his studies focused on the field of Prosocial and Anti-Social Behaviour.

    Guy has worked within the disability services sector for 10 years now and has worked on the front line with participants who display Behaviours of Concern and Harm. He loves working together with participants who have complex behaviour and their teams, as he finds the best reward is seeing people succeed and live their best lives.

    In his home life, Guy is the Dogfather of two rambunctious Boxers and loves to have a chat with anyone about pets and animals. He spends his spare time practising Diabolo juggling and diving into the latest science news.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioner, Carol OkoroBehaviour Support Practitioner, Carol Okoro
    Carol Okoro
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Behaviour Support Practitioner, Carol Okoro

    Carol Okoro

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Diploma of Community Service

    A Bit About Me

    Joining Jodie Logan’s fantastic team has been a dream of mine for some time now and here is my chance to reignite my passion for supporting others, in particular, those who are the most vulnerable in our community. How did I get here? 24 years ago I started out in a small team of ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis) therapists working in the homes of families with children diagnosed with Autism to reach their age-appropriate skills, supporting them to attend mainstream school. Since then, I have loved doing similar work in a variety of spheres. This included working with students with special needs from primary to tertiary settings.

    Moving on to bigger and brighter things, I had the privilege of working with Jodie in the Queensland Government’s Disability Sector. This is where my love and passion grew to new heights. Taking my Griffith University Studies and my Diploma of Community Service I now had to move on with the advent of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) closing our department. Although I was sad to leave, I am so happy I can continue to work with other agencies and work even harder to meet the needs of those vulnerable people in the South Burnett Region.

    But there is another side to me. I love chilling outside of work hours with my family and friends as much as I can, but also enjoy creative hobbies like playing the Ukulele with my husband, and collecting and using Swedish Bobbin-Lace pillows to make hand-made lace. And I’m happy to teach anyone who’s interested!

  • Office Manager, Leanne Burns.Office Manager, Leanne Burns.
    Leanne Burns
    Office Manager
    Office Manager, Leanne Burns.

    Leanne Burns

    Office Manager

    Qualifications

    • Diploma of Business

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! My name is Lee and I am the Office Manager at Tedoo Behaviour Support & Therapeutic Services.

    I have over 15 years of experience within the Government Disability Sector including Finance Management, Human Resources and Payroll.

    I love my role at Tedoo as things change quickly and I love thinking on my feet and being proactive about getting the job done!! I enjoy the constant challenges and the ever-changing environment. Everyone at Tedoo shares the same vision and is dedicated to the delivery of quality services.

    When I’m not at work, keeping the office running smoothly, I love spending time with my family, going to the beach, camping and fishing.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioner, Jarrod TinsonBehaviour Support Practitioner, Jarrod Tinson
    Jarrod Tinson
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Behaviour Support Practitioner, Jarrod Tinson

    Jarrod Tinson

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Certificate 3 Individual Support
    • Diploma Social Science
    • Current studies: Bachelor of Psychological Science

    A Bit About Me

    Hi there, my name is Jarrod, and I’m thrilled to introduce myself! I’m a Behaviour Support Practitioner based in Hervey Bay, with a passion for board games, technology, and puzzles. With a Cert 3 in Individual Support and a Diploma of Social Science, I have a solid background in disability and community services, which allows me to make a positive impact in the lives of the people I work with.

    I’m currently studying towards a Bachelor of Psychological Science, which will enable me to deepen my understanding of human behaviour and the complexities of the human mind. When I’m not studying or working, you can usually find me hanging out with my three sons. Being a dad is one of the most fulfilling roles I’ve ever had, and I treasure the time I get to spend with my family.

    I truly believe that everyone deserves the chance to improve their lives, and I strive to teach them and those close to them the skills required to do so. My philosophy is rooted in the idea that positive change is possible, and I’m passionate about helping people achieve their goals. I am compassionate, knowledgeable, and committed to the success of those individuals I work with.

  • Headshot of Manager and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Kristine Abbott.Headshot of Manager and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Kristine Abbott.
    Kristine Abbott
    Manager
    Behaviour Support Practitioner
    Headshot of Manager and Behaviour Support Practitioner, Kristine Abbott.

    Kristine Abbott

    Manager
    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Arts
    • Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology
    • Diploma of Project Management
    • Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
    • Monash University Engaging in Positive Behaviour Support Practices
    • IABA

    A Bit About Me

    I’m Kristine Abbott, a Manager and Behaviour Support Practitioner and have more than 20 years of experience in supporting youth to re-engage in learning, NDIS Planner and team coordinator and quality roles in allied health, accommodation and respite services.

    I enjoy my work at Tedoo, as I have an opportunity to build relationships and support people on their journey to reach their goals, using a person-centred and strengths-based approach.  From a team perspective, I enjoy working with a dynamic team and building high quality and responsive services.

     When I’m not at work, I love spending time with my family, going to the beach, watching Netflix and travelling.

  • Livenia Matthews
    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Livenia Matthews

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Certificate IV in Disability
    • Currently studying Bachelor of Social Work

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! I’m Livenia. I am a Behaviour Support Practitioner with Tedoo, and am currently studying my Bachelor of Social Work.

    I have had the honour of working alongside families in the disability sector within various roles for the past 17 years. My journey started with lived experience, and has driven my passion to providing a holistic person centred support that fosters skills development and enhances independence and self-advocacy.

    I have extensive on the ground experience working directly with individuals and families as a support worker, service delivery team leader, support coordinator and developing NDIS plans. When it comes to behaviour support I love creating a plan that focuses on the client their individual support needs and reducing restrictions and limitations they may experience.

    When I am not working you will find me spending time with my family, learning new gardening and home renovating skills and enjoying the local mountain trails.

  • Katrina Schodel
    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Katrina Schodel

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    A Bit About Me

    Hi, I’m Katrina, a Behaviour Support Practitioner here with Tedoo. I have a strong background in supporting NDIS participants, and love supporting participants to reach their goals, I am currently studying certificate IV Mental Health Peer Work.

    I love working with complex behaviours and supporting the participant into navigating their way through life to reach their full potential. What I love most about working in my role is helping my participants build on their strengths and helping them achieve a better quality of life.

    When I am not at work, I am spending time with my family, socialising at family BBQ’s or enjoying some chill time watching the footy with my kids.

  • Alex Dickinson
    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Alex Dickinson

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Justice (Criminology and Policing)
    • Currently studying Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

    A Bit About Me

    Hi! I’m Alex, and I joined Tedoo in 2023 as a Behaviour Support Practitioner in Gladstone. I have experience working as a support worker and support coordinator within the NDIS, and I have also been fortunate to support adolescents and adults from all works of life within a recovery-oriented sub-acute mental health residential facility. 

    Having lived experience as someone with mental illness, being a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, and supporting disabled family members in everyday life and in navigating the NDIS fuels my passion in ensuring people are supported to have their wants and needs heard and met – in whatever communication mode this may be! I love my job because I am able to work in a person-centred approach and focus on improving quality of life.

    Outside of work, I love working on my copious crochet projects, spending time with my cat Olive, playing Zelda on my Nintendo Switch, and just relaxing with some comfort food and a good TV show or movie (my favourites are Kath and Kim, Disney, and horror movies).

  • Stefanie Ohl-Phillips
    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Stefanie Ohl-Phillips

    Behaviour Support Practitioner

    Qualifications

    Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management

    Diploma in Leadership and Management

    Certificate IV in Mental Health – nonclinical

    Certificate IV in Occupational Health & Safety

    A Bit About Me

    Hi there. I’m Stefanie. I have worked in the disability sector for the past 25 years in a variety of government and non-government roles, including training, employment, and Supported Independent Living.

    I really enjoy and value my role as a behaviour support practitioner with Tedoo, mostly because I feel privileged to work alongside individuals to help improve their quality of life. I am especially interested ensuring that a client’s human rights are upheld and that they are free to live without unnecessary restrictions.

    When I am not at work , I love to go exploring in my 4×4, camping with my family and friends, whether it be at the beach or in the bush.

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