Meet Our Team
Psychologist & Company Director
Natalie Kleindyk is a Company Director and psychologist at Concepts Psychology. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), a Graduate Diploma of Science (Psychology) and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Natalie has over 20 years’ experience in the counselling and assessment of children, young people and adults. She conducts assessments at our office and offsite locations for developmental and diagnostic disorders, including autism spectrum disorders. Natalie has also worked extensively in the area of trauma for children in Out of Home Care. She provides accurate assessments and practical behavioural support services to young people and their carers.
Originally drawn to psychology by an interest in maintaining positive mental health, Natalie enjoys identifying what underlies or motivates people’s behaviour. She finds working with clients across the lifespan and assisting families to achieve positive outcomes rewarding.
Away from work, Natalie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors and reading.
Psychologist & Company Director
Tyrone Hill runs Concepts Psychology together with Natalie Kleindyk. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), a Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology and a Master of Psychology (Educational & Developmental) from Western Sydney University. He is also a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Although Tyrone was always interested in psychology, his journey began at age 23 when he was given a chance to change careers. Tyrone gained valuable experience working in the private hospital sector with drug and alcohol dependant patients and as a high school counsellor. He joined Concepts Psychology in 2009 as a provisional psychologist and obtained registration in 2011. Five years later in 2014, he became a Director of Concepts Psychology.
Tyrone conducts psychological assessments and specialises in diagnosing ADHD, autism, intellectual disabilities and specific learning disorders (dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia).
A gifted problem solver, Tyrone is passionate about helping children with complex presentations. The best part of his job is helping people and he finds his work very rewarding. Outside of the clinic, you will find Tyrone cooking up a storm for his family and loved ones.
Camila Falconer is a registered psychologist with 17 years experience in the psychology field. She holds a Bachelor of Psychology degree and a post graduate qualification in health psychology.
Camila provides individual counselling services at Concepts Psychology and uses multiple psychological modalities, including: psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness.
Camila is interested in supporting people to reconnect with themselves and find purpose and meaning. Camila specialises in perinatal and postnatal support for new mothers including psychoeducation about pregnancy and home visits after birth. Camila has extensive experience working with and treating clients that have body image issues and concerns with food.
Camila feels grateful being able to witness the development and self-awareness achieved by clients who embrace their therapeutic journey. She believes that creating meaningful connections is key to supporting each individual’s path to well-being.
Outside of work you will find Camila enjoying time with her family and friends. She loves bushwalking, camping and sitting around the campfire.
Specialising in functional family therapy, Fionna Hamilton studied a Bachelor of Psychology from Wollongong University and Monash University (Honours).
At Concepts Psychology, Fionna applies psychological and therapeutic practices for clients who demonstrate challenges across different areas of mental health. Fionna is a certified facilitator of the Westmead Feelings Program for neurodiverse children.
Fionna decided to pursue psychology because she found a strong connection to encouraging growth and development in all areas of mental health. She enjoys engaging with clients in a safe and positive environment to help them achieve their goals.
On the weekend Fionna enjoys heading into nature to go camping.
Rachel Dang is a provisional psychologist passionate about mental health’s vital role in overall wellbeing. She holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and a Master of Professional Psychology from Western Sydney University. Rachel offers assessments and counselling to Concepts Psychology’s clients across their lifespan. She loves being able to provide a safe place for clients to communicate their experiences without fear of judgement.
Before joining the team, Rachel completed a placement at Macarthur Children’s Developmental Clinic working in a transdisciplinary setting with children diagnosed with autism. She also has experience with the research side of psychology. She volunteered as a research intern in 2019 on the Watch Me Grow for Real Project at Liverpool Hospital.
Rachel is a certified facilitator of the Westmead Feelings Program.
In her spare time, you will find Rachel sampling new foods, hitting up walking trails, exploring out of the way places and spending time with friends and family.
Passionate about supporting the emotional, behavioural and social needs of children, Mrunal Mahabaleshwarkar is one of Concepts Psychology’s provisional psychologists. She holds a Bachelor of Science Psychology, a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and Master of Professional Psychology.
Working with clients in Out of Home Care, she provides therapeutic support in a counselling-based environment. Mrunal is a certified facilitator of the Westmead Feelings Program which aims to improve the lives of children on the autism spectrum. She also administers a range of psychometric assessments to clients across their lifespan.
Mrunal chose psychology as she wanted to help provide children with a better future, supporting them so they can flourish. She says forming connections with children and helping them is the most rewarding part of her job.
Outside of work, she loves cooking and baking, rolling up her sleeves for some home renovations and interior design and taking part in activities that give her an adrenalin rush.
Sandra completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) at the University of South Australia and Master of Professional Psychology at Western Sydney University. Before joining Concepts Psychology, Sandra completed a placement at the Infant Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (ICAMHS) and Learning Links.
At Concepts Psychology, Sandra conducts psychological assessments for clients across the lifespan, counselling and services for Out of Home Care clients. She is also a certified facilitator of the Westmead Feelings Program.
Sandra chose psychology as she enjoys helping her clients understand what is going on and helping them become the best version of themselves. They provide her with the tools to decipher what issues exist, which leads to an effective treatment plan.
Outside of work, Sandra can be spotted going to the beach or travelling. She also loves spending time with her friends, family, husband and their toy cavoodle, Leo.
Claire is provisional psychologist that is passionate about working with young people. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Psychology degree from the University of Western Australia.
Claire has previously worked as a rehab consultant where she developed experience with a diverse range of clients recovering form psychological injuries at work. Claire also developed a collective of student carers at the University of Western Australia, enabling students who provided caregiving at home to have a support network of their peers.
Claire’s role at Concepts Psychology includes working with young people in Out of Home Care and conducting a range of psychometric and diagnostic assessments. Claire is also completing her certification to become a facilitator of the Westmead Feelings Program.
Claire is a passionate advocate for children and their wellbeing and enjoys partnering with parents and carers to assist them in their needs. Claire is driven by the connections she makes with her clients, and by witnessing their growth and development. Claire has expertise in crisis support and safety planning and she is experienced in delivering motivational interviewing.
Outside of work, Claire loves going on bush walks, spending time with her family and playing arcade games!
Holding over 20 years’ experience in office administration, Belinda Milne is the cheery face of Concepts Psychology. She holds a Cert IV in HR and has completed courses in MYOB course, Excel and Word Intermediate.
From welcoming clients and answering the phones through to diary management, she keeps the team organised and on-task. She is also responsible for developing new systems and processes, supervising administration staff, supporting office staff, ensuring invoicing is up to date and maintaining office equipment and supplies.
Prior to joining Concepts Psychology she worked as a receptionist, office manager and PA in corporate, family and small businesses.
Belinda enjoys working with her colleagues in an environment that helps people. In her spare time, you can find her enthusiastically encouraging her boys in soccer, rugby league and little athletics, embarking on family camping adventures and binging on Netflix.
Courtney Kruger is the friendly voice you hear at the end of the line when you call Concepts Psychology. She has three years of experience as a receptionist and is always ready to take queries or help with a booking. Her responsibilities also include invoicing, email management, diary management and scanning and filing of paperwork.
Courtney joined the Concepts Psychology team in 2021. Passionate about equality, she wanted to be part of a team which helps to improve people’s lives.
She enjoys meeting members of the local community in her role and working alongside great mentors and team members.
Outside of work she loves spending her spare time either hiking or bushwalking with her kids and partner.
She can also be spotted sewing or thrifting through the local charity shops for old treasures with her friends and aunties.
Having always been fascinated by the riddle of the human mind, Britta Dietrich says choosing psychology for her career was a ‘no brainer’. Britta has a Bachelor of Psychological Science, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and Certificate IV in TESOL under her belt. She is also currently completing a Master of Public Policy.
Britta uses a variety of psychological assessment tools to conduct assessments and provides counselling to clients with various presentations. Before joining the Concepts Psychology team, she worked at the Department of Education for four years as a Student Learning Support Officer and Counsellor. She was also Executive Assistant and Research Officer at Southern Cross University’s School of Law and Justice and the Assistant Editor for two law journals: Polémos: Journal of Law, Literature and Culture; and Legalities: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law and Society.
Outside of work, you can find Britta practicing yoga, hiking in the rain, indulging in delicious food or reading crime novels.