What we do

Supporting children's development & growth

At Moi Clinic, we provide early intervention services to support children’s growth and development. Our focus is on children under the age of seven who present with areas of delay in their development, including speech, gross motor, fine motor, emotional development, separation anxiety, sleep, and social skills. We work with families to address these concerns as early as possible to promote positive long-term outcomes for their child’s development.

Speech Development

Improving communication skills and language abilities.

Gross Motor Skills

Enhancing movement and coordination abilities.

Fine Motor Skills

Improving hand-eye coordination and dexterity.

Social Skills

Improving interactions with peers and adults.

Emotional Development

Building resilience and coping skills.


Addressing challenging behaviors and improving self-regulation.

Melbourne Early Intervention

Take the next step on your journey to healing and self-discovery

Request an intake with our compassionate and experienced Early Intervention team in Melbourne, Victoria. We’re here to support you in building strong relationships with your infant and addressing any challenges that are impacting your mental health.

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About Moi Clinic

Your Safe Haven for family Mental health Support

At Moi Clinic, we believe that every individual deserves a safe haven for mental health support. Our experienced clinicians understand the importance of feeling a sense of belonging and work hard to create a welcoming, accessible, and caring space for vulnerable individuals. We strive to foster genuine therapeutic relationships with each of our clients, and to promote exploration and creativity as we support you on your journey towards personal growth.

What to expect

Here's what you can expect from our Parent & Infant Therapy

We understand that every individual’s mental health journey is unique. That’s why our Parent and Infant therapy takes a personalised approach to your therapy sessions.


Assessment & Relationship Building

Our practitioners will conduct an assessment to identify your child's areas of delay and determine the best course of action.



Our practitioners will work with you and your child to address developmental concerns through individualized support and evidence-based interventions.


Continued Support & Growth

We provide ongoing support to ensure your child continues to make progress and reach their developmental milestones. We work closely with families to provide the best possible outcomes for their child's development.


Frequently asked questions

Early intervention is the process of providing support to children in their early years (under 7 years of age) to support their growth and development.

Early intervention can help with a variety of developmental concerns, including speech, gross motor, fine motor, emotional development, separation anxiety, sleep, and social skills.

We recommend that children participate in early intervention services on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

At Moi Clinic, you can expect individualized support from a practitioner who has access to information from psychologists, teachers, and occupational therapists.

Yes, addressing developmental concerns as early as possible can promote positive long-term outcomes for your child’s development.

Yes, we provide parent sessions to support families in their child’s development.

We work with children under the age of seven who present with areas of delay in their development.

If your child is experiencing delay across two areas of development, we can assist you in applying for NDIS Early Intervention supported funding.

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get started on your journey

Our team at Moi Clinic is dedicated to providing personalised and supportive parent and infant therapy services to help you overcome the challenges affecting your mental health. Contact us today to learn more and get started.

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