Urological Specialists

Other Health Professionals


Becky Hollows - Geelong and Colac

If you live in the Geelong or Colac region you will be referred to see Becky Hollows who is based in our rooms at West Coast Urology in the SJOG Specialist Centre.

Becky graduated as a physiotherapist in 1997, and specialises working in the area of continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Along with her physiotherapy qualifications, Becky has furthered her tertiary studies to increase her knowledge of pelvic floor rehabilitation. Those further qualifications include a postgraduate certificate in pelvic floor physiotherapy (Univeristy of Melbourne 2011). She works with both Mr Grills and Dr McLeod. Thorough assessment is a necessary part of learning pelvic floor exercises. The assessment involves discussion about your current general, bladder, bowel and sexual health. 

Becky can be contacted for appointments at West Coast Urology Ph. (03) 52298550



Karen Benson – Warrnambool

Continence Physiotherapist

Karen can be contacted for appointments at St John of God Hospital Warrnambool Ph. (03) 5563 4555



Lauren Pearce – Hamilton.

Continence Physiotherapist

Lauren can be contacted for appointments at Western District Health Service (Hamilton Hospital) Ph.  (03) 5551 8351




Psychologist/ Sexual Counsellors

Debi Hamilton - Geelong

Debi has been offering counselling services in Geelong for 19 years. She is now working with men and their partners following prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment, and is a member of the Geelong Prostate Cancer Support Group.

As anyone touched by prostate cancer will know, treatment can result in side effects that will have profound consequences for men and their partners. Many men will find these issues difficult to talk about:

  • depression
  • erectile dysfunction
  • masculinity
  • intimacy

Partners, too, may experience grief, anxiety and depression, and wonder how to deal with changes to intimacy in their relationship.

Psychological counselling can help in a number of ways—it can provide a private space separate from one’s social connections in which to discuss deeply personal feelings and concerns; experiences of anxiety, sadness, anger and grief can be explored; and new strategies for dealing with issues from anxiety through to intimacy and sexual functioning can be identified.

Debi can be contacted for enquires and appointments:

Ph (03) 9398 4559 or 0403 150 294.



Rochelle Hamilton - Geelong Sexologist

Rochelle is a clinical sexologist who offers sex counselling to all who feel they may require assistance to understand and accept themselves as sexual beings and meet their sexual goals. Rochelle maintains a broad perspective within this area by being aware of and taking into consideration important variables that influence one's sexual being. These include one's biological, psychological, sociological, cultural and historical influences. Rochelle practices with evidence-based treatments and comes from a non-judgmental framework.

Barwon Consulting Suites
Shop 10, 147 Marshalltown Road, Grovedale
Ph: 5243 7773
Fax: 5243 7778


 Note: Debi Hamilton and Rochelle Hamilton DO NOT work out of West Coast Urology rooms, and do have their own separate consulating rooms. 


Sally Morgan - Geelong

Sally joined the team at West Coast Urology in 2010. Sally studied nutrition and dietetics at the University of Melbourne and at Deakin University. She has over 25 years experience helping people to make lifestyle changes for optimum health. She has worked in public and private hospitals, as well as in nutrition research at Deakin University, and in addition to her work at West Coast Urology is currently interested in optimising nutrition and health for the elderly at the rehabilitation unit at Geelong Private Hospital. She also runs her own private practice at centres around Geelong.

An accredited dietitian is able to provide medically sound, individually tailored dietary advice. Good nutrition is the foundation for good health, and at West Coast Urology Sally is able to help you improve your nutrition, and reduce your risk of disease. She offers dietary assessment and advice in a variety of areas:

  • Reducing kidney stone formation
  • Dietary suggestions for prostate health
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Weight loss and poor appetite after illness or surgery
  • Digestive and bowel problems
  • Heart disease
  • General eating advice for good health

Sally can be contacted for appointments at West Coast Urology Ph (03) 5229 8550.