Karen Goderie is a Community Based Occupational Therapist with had a long history of advocacy, strategising and lobbying on human rights especially for vulnerable families. This is both professionally and as a single mother who has raised five children. In the past she was involved in crisis assistance including teenage and vulnerable mothers. Her career covers a broad range of clinical experiences and settings.
Having been a WorkCover provider for a number of years she returned to have a full focus on Community Work three years ago, building links with government and community Agencies.
Currently she is both Co-coordinator of Community Care Refugee Program in Western Sydney and working in Private practice . These positions give her opportunity to serve vulnerable clients from a wide range of CALD Communities, appreciating the richness of language and cultural diversity. Good governance with vulnerable young families is tremendously important. She is a great believer in empowerment through strategic goal setting.
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