Two Brothers, a Team and a Mission

Two Brothers

Paul Adler is a technology veteran of 25 years and together with Damien Adler, a registered psychologist, they head up Power Diary, combining their fields of expertise to relentlessly deliver on The Mission.

The Team

Our passionate, dedicated team of Technology experts, Developers, Designers and Support and Community professionals are focused everyday on making Power Diary the absolute best it can possibly be.


The Mission

Our mission is simple: To provide health practitioners with the ultimate Practice Management Software that makes running a health practice easier, simplier and more rewarding.

Meet the Co-founders

Damien Adler

Head of Customer Support and Community

Damien has been a registered psychologist since 2003 and has a background in health administration, previously holding senior positions in the public health sector. Damien and his wife (also a psychologist) built a busy group private practice which is where he first discovered his passion for utilising technology to make life easier for health practitioners.

Damien is known publicly through his 10+ years of regular guest segments on ABC Radio, as a public speaker and corporate trainer, and as a contributor for various TV, radio and print outlets.

Damien enjoys mountain biking, travelling, pretending to be a handyman, and exploring near and far with his wife and daughter.

How Power Diary was born: From Practice owner and Customer, to Co-founder

Paul Adler

Head of Technology and Development

Paul is seasoned Technology Entrepreneur having previously started a computer support business (with $200 and his bedroom for an office) which he then developed into Australia’s largest Tech Support company.

Paul has made the BRW Fast 100 list three times (100 Fastest growing companies in Australia) and won the Victorian Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the Telstra & Victorian Government Small Business of Year Award, The Age Best IT Business award, and the My Business Magazine Young Guns in Business Award. He has served as a member of the Federal Government Small Business Advisory Council for five years, and has been featured in various publications.

Paul enjoys cycling, high altitude mountaineering (he’s previously summited Mt Everest), skiing and having adventures with his wife and two children.

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