Meet The Team
Dr Ana Musarevski
Dr Ana Musarevski, BMedSci (Hons), MBBS, FRANZCP, graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medical Science with first class honours and Bachelor of Medicine. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatry (RANZCP) and has a broad range of clinical experience working and training in both public and private settings, including Prince of Wales Hospital, St George Hospital, Sutherland Hospital, Campbelltown Hospital and Wesley Hospital Ashfield. She has undertaken training and research in quality improvement science and is dedicated to practicing up to date evidence-based medicine.
Dr Musarevski is a generalist psychiatrist with expertise in the area of anxiety disorders, mood disorders (including depression and bipolar disorder), obsessive compulsive disorder and psychosis. She has a special interest in the relationship between mental and metabolic health, and the role of nutrition in psychiatry.
She offers a holistic and empathic approach in the assessment, formulation and treatment recommendations of adult patients.
Keyla Klugman (she/her) (AASW member) Social Worker, Counsellor. Keyla competed her Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) at the University of New South Wales. She has extensive experience in addiction, complex trauma and relationships. Keyla has worked in public health and NGO’s across mental health, social welfare and disability sectors. Keyla draws on her multi-cultural experiences, having volunteered internationally and across Australia.
Keyla has special interests in child development, the body-mind connection, brain plasticity and the human ability for change. She provides counselling and psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults and draws from a variety of modalities, inclusive of (but not limited to) art therapy, trauma-focussed approaches and Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT). Keyla is passionate about providing a warm, safe space for clients where they feel heard and empowered.
Pamela (Accredited Mental Health Therapist, Social Worker, Registered AASW Counsellor), achieved her Bachelor’s in Social Work at the University of Sydney and is currently completing her Master's in Psychotherapy and Counselling. Pamela’s mental health experience spans widely across community, inpatient and emergency settings, within both the private and public health sectors. She works with individuals of all ages, and has specialised training in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Pamela is a highly skilled therapist, who develops individualised holistic interventions that are person-centred and trauma-informed. She offers focused psychological strategies inclusive of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy; Solution Focused Interventions; Mindfulness; Motivational Interviewing and Interpersonal Therapy.
Pamela was nominated for NSW Health Employee of the Year in 2018. Her genuine dedication and drive to support individuals suffering from Mental Illness, is reflected in her client’s positive outcomes. Pamela is passionate about supporting her clients reach their life purpose, and her warm and caring nature promotes the importance of being heard and understood.
Bio coming soon
Megan Klass (Psychology Honours, Macquarie University). In her part-time role at AwareHub, Megan liaises with the practitioners and provides administrative support, managing enquiries, bookings, client intake, and payments. Megan is a dedicated, empathic, and compassionate person, with a strong attention to detail and excellent organisational skills. Megan recognises the importance of confidentiality, and has a genuine willingness to assist clients. She is passionate about mental health, and recently attained her accreditation as a Lifeline Crisis Supporter. Megan’s interest in severe and complex mental disorders has increased since working at AwareHub, and consolidated her aspiration to pursue a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology.
Carla Trimboli (B.Sc, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Sydney). Carla has studied Neuropharmacology, Physiology and Chemistry, and she is currently completing EEG Neurofeedback training. She hopes to provide this treatment, that improves brain functions, by measuring brain waves and providing a feedback signal. Outside her interest in psychology, Carla is a semi-pro footballer, who has competed at both State and National level. When she’s not playing soccer, Carla enjoys spending time with family and walking along the beach, whilst sipping on an oat latte. Carla is a kind, considerate and caring person, who has excellent interpersonal skills and is a valuable member of the AwareHub team.