Geetu Manoharan – BSc BA (Psych. Hons) (UQ)
Psychologist and Director

I landed on the beautiful sandy shores of Brisbane when I was 7 years old and have called Brisbane home ever since. My journey to becoming a Psychologist has been shaped by all my interactions with people as well as my passion for stories. I thoroughly enjoy listening to the life stories that people have to tell and as such, have found a career that is fulfilling and rewarding. Upon graduating from my honours year at the University of Queensland, I quickly found myself working with ABIQ where I met 7 year old Lachlan who sparked an interest in the Autistic Spectrum Disorders. I have pursued my journey in learning and understanding the mechanics, logistics and the pure magic of Autistic Spectrum Disorders.

From here my journey led her down the path of Child Safety services and provided me with a breadth of learning in the fields of trauma and attachment. This became my focus for many years until I connected with Disability Services, only to learn that Trauma and Autism have a lot in common. Now I find a lot of peace and reward supporting and assisting clients within this population.

I believe that people are a beacon of ‘awesomeness’ and every person, big or small, deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. I believe that there is nothing in this world that we cannot overcome or survive, if we believe in the magic of our own potential. As a psychologist, I practice with passion and patience; at a comfortable and achievable pace. I believe in an eclectic approach as it allows us to support anyone who walks through our doors with the most relevant therapeutic mode to that person. You will ALWAYS receive a unique therapeutic journey underpinned by expert knowledge of how the human psyche works and the highest respect for your journey in life: your stories.

Gavin Manoharan – BPhty, MPhty (Sports) (UQ), APAM
Discipline Principal and Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

Born in England and having a solid Sri Lankan family heritage, I have set high professional expectations of service delivery. I have long enjoyed a presence in the athletics arena, both as a former state triple jump record holder and a treating physiotherapist.

Being the first born in a family of three boys and a sports’ (soccer and cricket specifically) fanatic father, it was only natural for me to choose a career in Sports and Exercise physiotherapy. My passion for track and field has given me opportunities to work with the Australian Athletics team for the past 10 years and am currently part of Australia’s handpicked physiotherapy team supporting our nation’s most driven and effective athletes on a quest to reach the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

After retiring as an athlete, I undertook the role of physiotherapist for the Queensland Academy of Sport track and field division. My track-side experience has provided me with an inside knowledge of sports injury management and biomechanics. My work at Queensland Academy of Sport has given me exposure to the national standard of sports and exercise physiotherapy practice. This now sets the benchmark for physiotherapy excellence for all our physiotherapists at North Lakes Health Hub.

Robyn Harvey – BPhty (ACU), APAM
Senior Physiotherapist

I grew up in the ACT until I was 15 when we moved to sunny Queensland and haven’t looked back. Growing up in sport loving family meant I was never to far away from a track, a field or subsequently a physiotherapy table, which is where my passion for physiotherapy began. I graduated my Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2013 from ACU and worked in a hospital while completing my Graduate Diploma of Sport Physiotherapy in 2018. I am currently completing my dual masters of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy to graduate in 2020.


My love of sports grew, it paved the way for my career in sports and exercise physiotherapy. In 2017 I started working with Queensland Cricket in the women’s program and since have had multiple opportunities to work in the underage program with Cricket Australia. I have also been privileged to work in a number of sports including state level netball, hockey, rugby union and national level rugby 7’s. My interests are shoulders, muscle injuries, tendons rehabilitation, concussion management, load management for injury prevention and the return to sport for athletes in particular rugby and cricket.


As a former Netballer myself, I understand the challenges that come with injuries and strive to get everyone back participating as soon as safely possible. I believe rehabilitation is a two way street and I enjoy working closely with people to ensure their program fits their needs.

Dave Berry – Dip. Fitness, Level 2 S&C Coach (ASCA), Dip. Remedial Massage (in progress)
Fitness and Strength Coach

I have been a fitness professional for 10 years. I am a Level 2 Strength and Conditioning coach, have a Diploma of Fitness, and have been teaching Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness courses for about 6 years. Over the years I have had the privilege to be a part of helping so many people reach their health and fitness goals.

Whether it is helping those who just want to increase their functional movement, rehabilitation, increase their strength, run a marathon all the way up to elite athletes. I have trained athletes who have become world champions, world record holders, Australian champions and best of all Paralympic swimmers who at the last para games in Rio won gold, silver and bronze and at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games they again had great success.

Soon I will be starting my Diploma in Remedial Massage so I can add another skill to give my clients the best possible experience and outcome.

My goal is for every client to leave their session feeling better about themselves than they did before they started.

Julie Kuskopf
Massage Therapist

My main focus of work is with sports rehab, chronic disease and the elderly. Through working with this range of people, I have been able to develop techniques to assist in maintaining health and managing a variety of conditions. I am able to do this by working with the body to enable the muscles to relax and receive the treatment they need.

A deep passion for healing came when I saw my elderly father benefit from the positive effects that Massage Therapy can provide. This lead me to working with other elderly clients in an aged care setting.

My love of helping people encourages me to achieve great results with my clients. I work to relieve muscular pain, prepare clients for sporting events, aiding recovery from exercise or allow the mind to escape through general relaxation.

Having survived a serious medical event myself whilst in training for triathlons, I understand the struggle and also the importance of healing, both physically and mentally, and returning to training.

Although someone may be experiencing discomfort or an injury in a particular area of the body, it can affect many other parts of the body as well. For this reason, when a client sees me for the first time, I conduct a full postural assessment to check where muscle imbalances occur.

Angela Brabazon
Senior Administration Officer

After 25 years working in Customer Service in the finance industry, I commenced working as an administrative assistant within allied health. The allied health industry has provided me with growth-based challenges as well as a lot of rewards and as such, I have never looked back.

I enjoy providing a meaningful customer service experience for our clients and patients. It is a core value of mine to deliver excellence in the customer service arena and as such, I am excited to be a part of the North Lakes Health Hub team, who pride themselves on service excellence. I look forward to meeting all people who access our services at North Lakes Health Hub and offering them an amazing first contact experience.

When I’m not at work, you will find me being a proud mum to all my children, fur ones included. When I am discharged ever-so briefly from my mum role, I hit the gym for some me-time. I enjoy the outside world and you can find me enjoying the beach, walking and climbing mountains. On a rainy day, I will be curled up with a good book to read.

Annabelle Harris
Administration Officer

Having graduated from high school, I have decided to take a gap year in my studies and am excited to join the North Lakes Health Hub administration team. I bring to the team leadership and commitment. I have a passion for helping people meet their needs and hope to do so as the front office team member at the Hub. I have enjoyed a long standing relationship with fitness and athleticism having competed as a triathlete not just in Australia but overseas too. All these life experiences though limited in time, have given me the opportunity to learn and grow to be able to offer my services to the North Lakes and surrounding community on the Hub administration team. I look forward to meeting each person who comes through our doors and continue to learn from everyone around me.