About Us


Dr Stewart Hase

Dr Stewart Hase is a registered psychologist who has worked as a therapist, academic, workshop facilitator, educator, and coach. His interest for the past 40 years has been in helping people, teams and organisations adapt and change in order to be healthier, functional and effective. Stewart has delivered presentations in Australia, several cities in the USA, the UK, Germany, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Prague, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, and Thailand. He has written over 130 books, book chapters and papers around the topics of learning, change, leadership and organisationalbehaviour.

Stewart’s main current interest is in the application of brain research to learning, adaptation and also leadership. His workshops are lively experiences that resemble conversations rather than didactic presentations. Stewart does not do Powerpoint! The aim of his workshops is to facilitate real change rather than dealing in superficialities. His coaching is based on current evidence-based psychological techniques designed to help people change their habits, manage their addictions and lead more functional lives.


Luke Fitzpatrick

Luke Fitzpatrick is passionate about lifelong learning, he served for 10 years as a commissioned officer in the Australian Defence Force and he has planned, led and managed teams in security and combat situations and in peacekeeping, humanitarian and training missions around the world.

In 2008 Luke commenced work internationally, conducting social mapping, seismic camp construction and operational management before returning to Australia in 2010 where he was employed as the Group Operations Manager for a community services provider in regional Queensland.

In 2011 he returned to international work as a leadership development consultant and has since been engaged by a host of clients in the natural resource, power distribution and construction industries.Luke has extensive experience working in remote and challenging environments with exposure across a range of strategic planning, training, operations management, and personnel management, logistic and business fields.

Luke holds a Master of Leadership degree and is currently completing studies towards a Graduate Diploma in Psychology through the University of New England and has previously completed a degree in Professional Studies with a major in Human Resource Development.
Luke lives in Hervey Bay, Queensland with his wife and two young sons and when not working can usually be found outdoors, on the water fishing.


Nicola Mitchell

Nicola Mitchell is a Registered Psychologist and an Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society. In 2004 she obtained an honours degree in psychology from Griffith University. A Board Approved Supervisor Nicola is actively supervising provisional psychologists. She has worked in private practice helping mainly adults with a range of psychological problems using evidence-based approaches. Nicola has also worked as an occupational health specialist and as a manager in a large Australian rehabilitation agency. In that role Nicola has developed high level leadership and management skills and understands the challenges of being a leader in a modern organization. Thus, she is a highly skilled coach able to assist people with lifestyle, personal problems, leadership development and work-based issues. Nicola is a skilled workshop leader and trainer and is passionate about helping people change.


Greg Homer

Greg Homer is a professional people and performance coach who specializes is developing high performance work teams.As well as owning his own business, a caravan park in WA, Greg has worked as a professional coach since being enlisted in 2011 to improve the cohesion of work teams for ExxonMobil on projects in Africa, Papua New Guinea and America.He has provided support to improve performance and productivity on some of ExxonMobil’s most challenging ultra deep-water oil exploration projects.
Areas Greg enjoys working with client on include:

  • Organizational behavior
  • Change management and the psychology of change,
  • Time management
  • Promoting for performance and culture
  • Generational cohesion in organizations
  • Value adding for all stakeholders
  • Leadership and engagement through promoting autonomy, mastery and purpose.
  • Motivating high performance
  • Removing obstacles to success
  • Empowering people and teams to work on items within their sphere of influence instead of expending energy on things out of their control.

Learning is for life so Greg focuses on being open to new experiences and opportunities to add to his tertiary qualifications:
B.Comm (Marketing & Business Management), Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management, Associate Diploma in Architectural Drafting