STARTTS staff are a multidisciplinary and multicultural team of professionals with strong community links. All STARTTS staff undergo regular supervision and professional learning to maintain a high standard of service delivery.
For our cutting edge and culturally appropriate clinical services STARTTS employs clinical psychologists, psychologists, social workers, counsellors, child and adolescent counsellors, early childhood workers, a schools liaison officer, Neurofeedback counsellors, psychiatrists, a nutritionist, physiotherapists, acupuncturists and other body focused workers.
Community Services Staff
For our range of community services to help refugees develop supportive social networks, build social capital, and strengthen their communities, STARTTS employs community development workers, youth workers, arts project officers, an enterprise facilitation officer and others.
STARTTS has three dedicated full time trainers, including one clinical trainer, to assist other organisations understand refugee trauma and working effectively with people from refugee backgrounds. STARTTS’ clinicians and community services workers also deliver training to services.