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Meet our Team

Welcome to Creative Connections OT.


We are Beth and Alex, parents and neuro-affirming paediatric occupational therapists with a passion to promote confidence, independence, and authentic connection in the children we work with.

Our therapy approach aims to empower our clients to embrace their strengths and discover their authentic selves. 

As paediatric OT's, we value the role we play in supporting children and families to grow, learn and participate in meaningful activities. We want to be part of the journey with our clients, problem solve through the setbacks and celebrate the wins.


Alex Emmett 

Paediatric Occupational Therapist 
Co-Director of Creative Connections OT

Alex is a compassionate, energetic and driven occupational therapist, who strives to achieve the best results for the children and families she works with. Alex has always loved working with children due to the energy, creativity and surprise they bring to an experience. 
Alex's therapy approach is strengths-based and draws on a client's interests to positively support confidence, skill development, and goal attainment. Alex understands the importance of collaborative relationships with a child’s family and care team, and offers parent support and education services, so skills are transferred across valued settings and a realistic plan is put in place.

Alex’s clinical interests include pre-school and primary-school development and neuro-divergant conditions.

Alex currently accepts OT consults, please click here to book a referral.

Beth Beaumont 

Paediatric Occupational Therapist 

Aquatic OT Provider

Co-Director of Creative Connections OT

Beth is a passionate, driven and optimistic paediatric OT with a wealth of experience working with children from varied cultural, social and linguistic backgrounds, from within the private paediatric sector. Beth employs a ‘top down’ approach to paediatric OT; working with a child’s physical, cognitive and personality strengths to build on their self-determination, sense of autonomy and confidence. ​

​One of Beth's long standing loves is the water, and supporting neurodiverse children in accessing water-based programs. Beth is an accredited Autism Swim provider and offers Aquatic OT sessions with an aim to support and motivate children to connect, engage and find their sense of calm in the water, while working towards meaningful therapeutic goals.

Beth's clinical interests include Infant and pre-school development, Aquatic OT and neurodevelopment/neurodiverse differences.

Beth currently accepts consults, please click here to book a referral.

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