Private Practice Business Coaching

Cathy Love helps private practice owners run powerful businesses that change lives.


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Cathy Love

About Cathy Love

Cathy Love is an Occupational Therapist, ICF trained coach,  author and speaker. Her clinical experience spans three decades and involves thousands of children, families and support teams from all over the world. Cathy has presented workshops and papers at local, state, national and international events, participated in two Federal  Expert Reference Groups. She is currently a board member of Fragile X Syndrome Association of Australia. As a 1990’s pioneer of Melbourne’s paediatric private practice scene Cathy started, sustained and in 2012 sold a successful business that delivered therapy services, workshops and educational toys. She deeply understands the private practice management challenges and what it takes to dig deep, close your eyes and go for the business of your dreams.

Cathy works with allied health professionals who are keen to develop powerful and profitable businesses that create a positive impact on their owners, teams and clients.

Becoming Chief by Cathy Love


How to lead your child’s special needs tribe

Becoming Chief is a must have guide book written for parents and service providers. It is written to help parents find their way, gather their support tribe, set goals and successfully manage their child’s team and program. All the tough topics are covered, wonderful real life stories told and mountains of special needs parent wisdom is shared.

Cathy has utilised decades of experience to produce an informative, concise and empowering guide: reassuring, educating and energising families and enabling them to lead with confidence and skill. I am sure that families will find themselves referring back to Becoming Chief time and time again for inspirational information.

Helen Wise.

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