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Arbre Therapy


Arbre Therapy provides Occupational Therapy services for children and young adults with significant disabilities and complex communication challenges to maximise their learning and growth, for life.

Our therapists provide a holistic approach to support each individual’s learning to achieve their goals at home, at childcare, kindergarten or at school, at work and at play.



Our team of therapists provide direct support to our Melbourne-based clients and their families as well as remote support to clients across Australia.


We work with a range of schools around Australia providing our expertise and experience to create sensory frameworks that meet the individual learning requirements of their students. We deliver assessments and recommendations for access to technology and also mentor Occupational Therapists supporting educational teams.

Workshops, Events & Speaking

Arbre Therapy Occupational Therapists present at workshops, events and conferences both here in Australia as well as internationally.

Arbre Therapy


Arbre Therapy works with individuals, families, educators and teams with one focus – for growth, learning and achieving their goals, now and in the future.

As a holistic practice, we don’t believe that one-size-fits-all and our approach to therapy is as individual as the clients we work with. Our Founder, Fiona Beauchamp, is a highly experienced and accomplished Occupational Therapist with a career spanning over seventeen years, both in private practice and working in some of Australia’s most highly regarded Not For Profits.

Fiona works with families and educators across Australia, as well as providing mentoring services to Occupational Therapists working with schools to implement learning frameworks to support their individual clients. Fiona is also a sought after speaker and presents at conferences and workshops both here in Australia as well as internationally about the role of Occupational Therapy in supporting children and young people with disabilities to learn and to grow. Her particular areas of interest are positioning, access to technology and sensory processing.