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Things happen. That's a fact of life that nobody could dispute. But how to deal with changes and stress is a subject that provokes plenty of discussion. That's where psychologist Sara Chatwin and the team at MindWorks come in.

At MindWorks, you'll get to work with inspiring professionals like 'MindCoach' Sara Chatwin, Steve Callinan and Tom Iwan, who will help you to get back on track.




Sara Chatwin


As a registered psychologist, with 25 years experience in the field, Sara can help individuals, families, businesses and sports people. Sara has developed her skills as a motivator, life skills manager, stress buster, mind coach and mentor. Sara can also assist with family and child counselling, sports psychology, media commentary, image consultancy and more.

Currently psychologist Sara Chatwin contributes to television, radio and print media. Sara also runs sports seminars for sports people and often travels to Australia and to the USA to consult with private clients.

MindWorks have seen increasing demand for their 'Walk and Talk' option; 45-60 minute sessions that give the client a chance to chat about issues while they exercise with Sara and Steve. The endorphins start flowing and give the participants a feel good experience as they are offered new perspectives on their “stuff”. Contact us if this sounds like something you would like to try.



Steve Callinan

Fitness Guru

After graduating with an exercise science degree from Luton, Steve pursued a professional football career, which finally brought him to play for Central in Auckland.

Steve completed a personal training course and has been involved in personalised, individual and team fitness programming for the past 10 years. Steve has been involved in the "Nike Fitness Programmes" for youth soccer players and is regularly asked to present seminars and attend conferences on sport coaching and development.



Dr Tom Iwan

MindWorks Mentor

Tom was a national champion school cyclist at St. Kentigern College and decided in his last year of school that he would embark upon a career in physiotherapy to allow him to combine his love of sport with an understanding of human physiology and rehabilitation. Tom received the highly coveted "Significant Student Scholarship" from The Auckland University of Technology in 2010, allowing him to pursue his dreams.

Tom is involved in mentoring young children and designing sport specific health and fitness programmes for them.

Tom completed a physiotherapy degree, several years ago and has recently completed a Medical degree at the University of Auckland, Class of 2018. He was awarded the prestigious JDK North Prize in Clinical Medicine (2018). He also manages to take part in half marathons and Xtera events when he has time!

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