Alicia Davenport


Director and Head Researcher

Heather has a PhD in molecular genetics. To clarify she is NOT a medical Doctor. She has a passion for autism research from a genetic perspective.



Theresia seems to be defined by all things food. Not only does she work in our clinic as an Associate, but she is also a Nutritionist/Nutrigenomist, Food Scientist, Microbiologist, Nutrition teacher, keen home cook, religious farmers markets attendee and mum of two kids with food allergies.



Alicia is very passionate about helping people with their health journey. A qualified Nutritionist, Naturopath and Herbal Medicine practitioner Alicia really completes the team here at TACGA. Practicing for over 10 years her experience has led her to be able to educate and assist other practitioners to develop their knowledge and skills.

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Tracy Webster

Receptionist and empowerment family coach

Tracy’s motto is ‘Connecting Hearts for a better world’. Her passion for helping people together with her experience in customer service enables her to be of value at reception, where she gives her best at all times. As a certified coach she is specialised in helping empower mums and children and provides additional support to families at our centre. Her experience as a mum of three sons, together with her holistic heart based approach to guiding others compliments the ethics of our centre.


Clinic Manager

Amanda is very passionate about the clinic and the principles it stands by , having two children- one with Autism allows her to relate to the families that we see here. Early on she learnt the power of nutrition in the treatment of Autism, this led her to completing a BhSc in Nutritional medicine. As a fully qualified Nutritionist with in depth management experience Amanda is able to ensure the core principles of the clinic are upheld and the clinic runs smoothly. Her son continues to make improvements every day which only strengthens her commitment to helping others.