Quirky Kid Wollongong


Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

A New Quirky Kid

We’ve opened the doors to our new Quirky Kid Clinic in Wollongong.

Located in the coastal village of Austinmer (10 minutes North of Wollongong), this unique therapeutic space offers children and families a range of services and resources also available in our Sydney office.

Child Psychologist in Wollongong - Our New Quirky Kid Clinic

Local parents are already making use of our comprehensive assessment services and we will soon share our 2011/2012 Workshop Calendar incorporating many new initiatives for children and young people with an emphasis on positive psychology and community development programs.

With more than $40 000 invested in this state of the art clinical and creative space, we look forward to welcoming new clients, colleagues and organisations in the Illawarra, Southern Highlands, Sutherland Shire and beyond to a vibrant new beginning for Quirky Kid Wollongong.

The key services offered at Austinmer are:

– Psychometric Assessments (inc. Developmental, Educational and ASD)
– Individual Counselling, Sibling Groups and Family Intervention
– Therapeutic workshops (inc. Best of Friends and Why Worry?)
– Comprehensive services under the Helping Children with Autism Package
– Classroom Observations, Case Conferences and Consultancy
– Mentoring and Youth Work.

You can contact  us on + 02 9362 9297 to find out more information or to make an appointment.}


12 Responses to “Quirky Kid Wollongong”

November 30, 2011 at 9:39 pm, Donna Murdzevska said:

Hi, my 6yo has recently been diagnosed with ASD, her school cousellor told me about you as he thought she would benefit from your workshop on ‘The best of friends’ but I’ve noticed she isn’t old enough for the one listed, could you please let me know of any other workshops etc that you will have running in the future that would benefit her socially and emotionally etc


December 04, 2011 at 12:52 pm, Leonardo Rocker said:

Dear Donna,
Thank you for your email and interest on our children workshops at our new clinic in Wollongong. Please register your interest on our online form and we will let you know when we have a group for your child’s age group. You can also register to our mailing list and keep up-to-date with upcoming workshops.


August 24, 2013 at 9:43 am, kane chambers said:

We are seeking advice in regards to our 5yr old boys behaviour and learning.




September 02, 2013 at 10:37 am, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

Thank you Kane, our child psychologists in Wollongong would love to help. I sent you an email and you can call us on 02 9362 9297


April 08, 2014 at 1:02 pm, Dianne said:

Hi , My 16 year old daughter is having ‘Stage Fright’ issues, which I think is a progression from self esteem issues. Would this be something you can work with her on? Also she has been very resistant to talking to a professional in the past.
How much would the sessions cost?
Thank You Di


April 25, 2014 at 7:41 pm, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

    Hello Dianne, we sent you and email with further details and hope to hear from you soon.


March 01, 2015 at 9:10 pm, Sarah said:

Hi, my friend is becoming concerned that her 2yr old is not talking, he has reached all other milestones, his hearing and comprehension is good and he has been heard speaking when alone in his room but will not talk to anyone. Just wondering at what age can a child be diagnosed with selective mutism and hoping to find someone in Wollongong area who deals with this problem, thanks.


March 02, 2015 at 3:57 pm, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

Dear Sarah,

Thank you for your email and for your concern for your friend. If you ask her to contact us at support(at)quirkykid.com.au or call 02 9362 9297 we will be able to help as our psychologist have successfully managed similar issues.


March 03, 2015 at 6:41 am, Tanya said:

We have been having a lot of problems with our son regarding separation anxiety. He is 4 and attends Kindy (daycare) 2 days per week and has done since he was 2. He has pretty much always cried when dropping him off, however it has gotten a lot worse lately, to the point of screaming uncontrollably and the teachers having to hold him so he won’t run after me. The crying starts the night before going and as soon as he wakes in the morning. The hard part is that he has a great time when he is there, it’s just the drop off. It has become a nightmare for us and i don’t know what else to do. I am getting very concerned that it will keep getting worse. Is this something you can help with as we are running out of things we can do. Thank you.


March 12, 2015 at 6:03 pm, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

Hello Tanya,

I have just sent you an email with further information.


March 28, 2016 at 9:59 pm, Eleanor Buckle said:

Please could you provide information on your services for children from sepetared families.


March 29, 2016 at 5:05 pm, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

Deat Eleonor, our team has send you an email juts now.


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