Leading the way in delivering speciality programs in the mental health and wellbeing being field.

We are different.  

Erinnah means "Conscientious, Peaceful, Hope".

We have crafted our online evidence-informed programs to marry science with heart.

We connect 1:1 for engaging therapy.

Please feel free to explore all that we offer, whilst you're here.
Erinnah's Clinic Services
Erinnah's Professional Development online Hub
Erinnah's Treehouse
Online Program for Kids
in managing Anxiety
Christian - Informed
Specialty Child Sleep
Professionals online Hub
Our team
Kel Whittaker
CEO & Principal Clincian (Master of Social Work, Bachelor of Psychological Science, AMHSW)

Kellie Campbell

Instructor (Degree qualifications in Midwifery, Registered Nurse, Primary Educator)
Kellie from Sleep Tight lends a hand instructing and mentoring our professional courses students. Along with her degree qualifications, Kellie has completed our professionals certification in infant and child sleep and is the proud receipient of a local business award for her own business Sleep Tight.

Visiting Therapist
We enjoy mutual partnerships with NDIS registered therapists.
Behind the scenes team -
Treehouse course assistant, contributor & Talent
Treehouse Contributor & Talent

About the CEO Kel Whittaker, AMHSW, MSW(Q), BPsySc
 Clinical Social Worker.
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker.​
Kel is qualified to provide focused psychological interventions eligible for Medicare rebates and NDIS funding.
Kel values building trust and connection with her young clients and finds this engaging style to be effective in supporting children.
For the past eleven years, Kel has been visiting families in their homes.
She is trained in Child Aware practices supporting children of parents with mental illness. Kel has completed training in Mental Health in People with Intellectual Disabilities (University of Queensland.) She holds a certificate in Insomnia Diagnosis and Treatment and certificate in Infant Mental Health Foundations (University of Auckland), is trained in crisis counselling (Lifeline Australia), holds a certificate in Behavior Therapy for Tourette Syndrome in Children and Comprehensive Behavioural Intervention for Tics (CBIT), and completed the gold standard clinical training in Treating Eating Disorders. Currently studying towards diploma in Christian studies.
Kel began specialising in behavioural sleep interventions in 2012 and further to this, she teaches her approach to professionals through founding the Institute of Sensitive Sleep Consulting after identifying a need in the child sleep industry to support and educate professionals who identify themselves as respectful of attachment parenting values, positive parenting principles and other parenting styles that nurture the parent-child bond, whilst guiding clients to respectful solutions to their sleep issues. She has trained consultants all over the globe. Kel is a published contributor to the International Maternity & Parenting Institute and a featured Wisdom Expert for the Birth Institute. She also has a background as a Children's Ministry Leader (ages 1-10 years) in Darwin and Gold Coast. She has counselled children and parents in community organisation settings as well as new parents in a large hospital setting. Throughout her experiences with assisting parents, she has shaped her practice of assessing and coaching families to one that ultimately listens to the client and guides and counsels them to find their own solutions from a place of love and understanding.
Kel and her husband live on the Gold Coast with their little boy and girl.
Kel holds a valid professional Working With Children's Blue Card, NDIS Workers' Clearance and maintains Accredited Mental Health Social Worker status through regular professional development and supervision



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