Mental Health Accredited Social Worker

The dedicated mental health-accredited social workers will help you along your journey.


Ms Jamie Treanor

  • Bachelor of Social Work (First Class Honours)
  • Masters of Mental Health (Psychotherapy major)
  • Mental Health Accredited Social Worker
Jamie Treanor (Social Worker)

Jamie is a mental health accredited social worker who has extensive experience working with young people and their families. Jamie’s clinical experience has largely been with young people who have experienced early psychosis and young people who have experienced complex trauma.

While Jamie’s career has primarily been in the area of early psychosis and complex trauma, she also has experience working with individuals presenting with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, personality disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Jamie uses a number of evidence-based approaches in her practice, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Motivational Interviewing. Jamie understands that therapy is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach; therefore, she also utilises creativity in sessions, including art-based interventions, somatic interventions, and play-based interventions.

Jamie is a qualified facilitator of the Circle of Security and Drug and Alcohol First Aid. Jamie also provides external supervision and liaison to social work students through Griffith University and Southern Cross University. Outside of her role at Family Nurture, Jamie works in a community organisation working with young people who have a history of complex trauma.

Ms Naomi Ramsdell

  • Mental Health Accredited Social Worker
Ms Naomi Ramsdell

Naomi is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker with over 17
years’ experience in private and public mental health services. She
is registered with the national Trauma Support Providers Directory
and clinician in the Kinsey Institute Traumatic Stress Research
Consortium.
Naomi offers individual and group therapy, psychoeducation,
assessment, crisis intervention and critical incident management
to clients across Australia. She sees adults presenting with acute
and complex trauma, Borderline Personality Disorder, grief and
loss, Adjustment disorder, ASD and ADHD. She has a particular
interest working with Veterans, Police and Ambulance personnel,
victims and high-risk behaviours.

Naomi uses evidence-based psychological interventions tailored to
her clients’ unique needs. Her therapeutic approaches include DBT,
Somatic Trauma Therapy, RO DBT, Mindfulness, Psychotherapy,
Interpersonal therapy, Schema and Narrative interventions. She
creates a psychologically- safe environment where clients feel
accepted and valued. She fosters genuine therapeutic relationships
built on trust and compassion to support her clients in building
mastery, resilience, and a life worth living.
Naomi engages in supervision and professional development to
support her clinical practice. She provides clinical supervision,
education, and case consultation for students and colleagues.