Creating Recovery – Counselling – Connection – Continuing Education

Taking 2023 Speaking Bookings!

Laura our Lead Occupational Therapist is a published author and teacher at Monash University. Laura is completing her PhD in Borderline Personality Disorder.

Want Laura to Speak or Provide training at Your University, Staff or Organisation?


Creative Occupational Therapy

My Potential uses creative interventions to promote positive experiences of mental health and wellbeing.

“Creativity is a life-force energy that flows like a river through each of us. Dam it up and we become physically ill, blocked and physically stressed” Rogers (1993)

Creative activities are important for our health and well-being. They can help us build our self-esteem, provide motivation and hope and help us to problem-solve some of life’s difficulties.

Learn skills in


Managing stress

Expressing difficult emotions

Skills in building health routines and habits


Building your identity

Confidence and Self-Connection

Contact for more information about our programs.

Training and Events

My Potential provides training and consulting on Borderline Personality Disorder and trauma-related conditions.

Develop an understanding of how the symptoms of BPD and trauma impact everyday functioning and behaviours.

Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder Training.

Check Out Our YouTube Channel!

What People Say

Laura is a great resource for being able to gain insight and ideas as well as bounce thoughts around. Being able to chat with her has improved my confidence in myself for working with people with trauma-related illnesses.

Ash. S

You are an inspiration. Your strength is so tangible. I love that you have used occupation to motivate you on this journey and I am confident that, as you journey on, you will continue to grow and be an example for others. Well done.

Terry. M
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My POTential - Recovery through Occupation

My POTential - Recovery through Occupation

My Potential is a mental health service dedicated to empowering you to reach your occupational dream

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From October we are inundated with Christmas decorations and festivities. Unfortunately this can have an adverse effect on children who struggle with change and sensory overload. The stress of it all can build up for a child. They may not react straight away and it can show up several days later as difficult behaviour. This behaviour is easy to label as "naughty" or "defiant" but this time of year can just so overwhelming that we need consider the impact on our little people. Blinking lights, glittery objects, sound making trinkets, changes in routine, these can wear down the senses over time without anyone even realizing what it was.More information on my blog #meltdowns #parenting #positiveparenting #gentleparenting #respectfulparenting #resilience #consciousparenting ... See MoreSee Less
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