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Enhance Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Consultancy

Strengthening families during pregnancy, the early years and beyond to support infants and children to thrive for the future


Meet Karen

Karen is dedicated to supporting families in their parenting journey, helping them to flourish and make positive long-term changes for the future. 

Karen firmly believes every family is unique and deserves access to individualised therapeutic services and early intervention parenting programs. Karen has worked closely with many families during the perinatal period in the government, not-for-profit and private sectors, including establishing, managing and delivering early intervention and family support programs, in addition to providing individual and group supervision for staff.  She has extensive experience in delivering therapeutic group programs, in addition to providing case management, advocacy and support services for individual parents, mother-infant dyads, youth, and a broad range of families within community, residential and home environments spanning diverse geographical locations.


Read more about Karen's credentials, values and experience here.

What services do we offer?

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Enhance is designed to support you onto the right pathway so you can access the help you need to better manage challenges as they occur during the transformational period of pregnancy, early parenthood and throughout the early years and beyond. We offer services for families seeking support and professionals looking to learn more about the importance of early relationships, their impact on children's social and emotional wellbeing and significant influence for future outcomes.

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Services for Families

We offer support for families during the perinatal period and beyond by providing a range of therapeutic services and specialist attachment-focused, early intervention parenting programs in person or via telehealth. We have extensive expertise in providing support to families who are experiencing significant stressors during this time which may impact healthy family functioning. We acknowledge and respect each family as being unique and tailor our interventions to best meet each family’s specific support needs.

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Services for Professionals


At Enhance, we can provide specialist attachment-focused, early intervention programs and/or case management to families accessing your services. Such families may be experiencing a broad range of psychosocial stressors which may impact healthy family functioning. We work as consultants in collaboration with the service provider by considering each family as unique, individualising our interventions to meet their specific support needs to assist them to reach their goals. We also provide attachment-based training and reflective supervision/consultation to service providers to promote strong and positive relationships within families they support.

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Services for NDIS

Enhance provides high quality, evidenced-based Early Childhood Early Intervention services for children. We work in partnership with you to support and enhance your child’s participation, inclusion and developmental potential. We also offer therapeutic supports to eligible individual NDIS participants. The services we deliver are endorsed by the National Disability Insurance Agency. 


“Karen was such a supportive facilitator of Circle of Security with my husband and I. With Karen we were able to delve really deep into the content. We felt safe to be transparent with her,  she "held" us as we explored what things from our own past could be preventing us from being truly there for our child. Karen made the content and concepts so easy to understand . I'd highly recommend Karen as a facilitator - she is a clear, kind and nurturing person to have teach such invaluable content!".

Kate and Steve

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In June 2023, during Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, I had the honor of co-presenting information for the Australian Association of Infant Mental Health (AAIMH) WA and the North Metropolitan Health Service. The focus of the presentation was Western Australia's pilot Attachment & Biobehavioural Catch-up (ABC) Program, which aligned perfectly with this year's theme of 'Bonding Before Birth.'

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