Ali Rollason

NMAS Mediator

Ali Rollason is a NMAS Mediator located in Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

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Ali Rollason is a NMAS Mediator and a member of the Australian Counselling Association and Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. She is in private practice in the Sunshine Coast, QLD.

Ali Rollason provides professional mediation services including a variety of mediation situations.  Ali has skills in both counselling and mediation.  Ali is based in the Sunshine Coast, QLD and also provides online mediation services.

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Contact and Location

Phone Number:

0411 462 329


Sunshine Coast, Queensland

Service Delivery Areas:

Sunshine Coast and online mediation services



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