Brisbane Psychologists and Neuropsychologists

Dr Sascha Hardwick

Dr Sascha Hardwick

Director – Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist

Dr Hardwick as been practicing within the fields of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology for more than 17 years and draws on her years of experience to help clients of all ages. With a PhD in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology and training in a number of therapies, Dr Hardwick offers sensitive and evidence-based support.

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Rebekah Randall

Rebekah Randall

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Rebekah is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who holds a Masters degree in clinical neuropsychology from the University of Melbourne. She is experienced in assessing the impact of acquired brain injuries, neurological disorders and learning disabilities. Rebekah also has experience in assessing dementia, as well as experience in assessing the impact of tumours and cancers, on cognitive abilities.

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Rebekah Randall

Lorryn Delle Baite

Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist

Lorryn completed her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at James Cook University in Townsville, and has attained endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. She has had clinical experience in a range of settings, including private practice as well as rehabilitation and hospital settings, and has worked with individuals across the lifespan.

Lorryn utilizes a range of evidence-based therapies and offers a tailored approach to psychological support, with an interest in treating difficulties such as stress, anxiety disorders and phobias, perfectionistic traits and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), adjustment difficulties, and depression.

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Rebekah Randall
Rebekah Randall

Dr Sarah Pollock

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Clinical Psychologist

Dr Sarah Pollock is a clinical neuropsychologist with experience in the assessment and intervention of in the areas of mental illness and cognitive functioning. Previously, Sarah has worked in private practice, mental health services (community, inpatient and outpatient) both nationally and internationally.

She has experience in providing assessment and treatment and rehabilitation for acquired brain injury, neurological conditions, learning disorders, intellectual impairment, developmental conditions and various psychological disorders. She has an interest and passion for supporting clients through all stages of neurorehabilitation whilst they work to achieve their goals.

Sarah is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists, AHPRA registration, AHPRA Endorsed supervisor and registered with the British Health and Care Professions Council.

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Fletcher- Therapy Dog (in training)

Fletcher is our therapy dog in training who works alongside Dr Sarah Pollock. He is Miniature Groodle (golden retriever x poodle) who hypoallergenic and does not shard hair. He loves pats, cuddles, playing with toys and especially treats. Pet therapy has been shown to offer positive health benefits for a range of conditions including anxiety, depression and trauma. He needs to wait until he is a little older to finish his formal training, but loves spending time with our clients and staff in the office in the meantime.

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Dr Jacquelyn Knight

Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist

Dr Jacquelyn Knight is a clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology who is passionate about helping others to reach their full potential in a safe, warm, and non-judgemental environment.

She has experience treating mood difficulties (e.g. depression, bipolar affective disorder), stress and anxiety and adjustment, grief, and loss. Jacquelyn takes a collaborative approach with her clients, providing short- or long-term evidence-based treatment to help them to reach their goals.

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Dr Chantal Slor – Returns January 2021

Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist

Chantal believes that clients should feel safe and comfortable to express their thoughts and feelings during therapy, which aids in achieving client goals and a successful treatment outcome. She believes in using evidence-based techniques, while also being aware of adapting treatment plans to the individual where necessary. She uses a friendly, warm and respectful approach while also being direct and open in her communication.
 
Chantal can work with English and Dutch speaking clients

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Jenna Axtens

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology Registrar (she/her/hers)

Jenna is passionate about connecting and collaborating with a wide range of clients to support meaningful and practical outcomes. She enjoys adjusting her approach to suit her client’s personal and cognitive strengths. Jenna sees clients across the lifespan, with a range of concerns, including anxiety and depression. She has an interests in neurodiversity (Autism and ADHD) across the lifespan. Jenna is experienced in adjusting therapy to support telehealth sessions. Jenna uses evidence-based approaches and her style is warm, down to earth, and just a little bit quirky.

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Jac Tichbon

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology Registrar

Jac works with clients across the lifespan, from children to adults. He has a particular interest in working with adolescent clients, and providing them with a safe, secure environment to explore their presenting difficulties in a relaxed and comfortable way. In additional to experience working with adolescents and younger children, Jac has experience in treating adult psycho-pathologies through evidence based interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

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Dr Candice Fenner

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar

Candice is a Psychologist, and approved Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS). Candice takes a warm and holistic approach to therapy, drawing from a range of evidence-based interventions (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and mindfulness training) that are individually tailored to each client’s treatment goals. 

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Dr Maddison Campbell

Clinical Psychologist, and Neuropsychological Registrar

Maddi is a clinical psychologist and clinical neuropsychology registrar. Her dual qualifications allow her to provide comprehensive neuropsychological and psychological assessments, as well as tailored therapeutic interventions to adolescents and adults. 

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Wonny Kim

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology Registrar

Wonny is a psychologist who has completed a Masters degree in clinical psychology from The University of Tasmania. She has previously worked in various settings including schools and in both inpatient and outpatient settings in Hobart, where she completed her clinical placements.

Wonny has gained experience working with clients of all ages (preschool children to older adults) with different struggles, conducting evidence based individual and group therapy including CBT, DBT and ACT.  Wonny enjoys working across the lifespan and uses a warm and empathic approach.  

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Lauren McIntosh

Lauren McIntosh

Clinical Psychologist

Lauren’s therapeutic approach involves creating a safe, secure and reliable environment in which the client sets the pace and the goals. As a clinical psychologist, Lauren sees her role in therapy as not only to assist clients in alleviating symptoms of mental illness, but also to carefully assess the story behind the presenting problems, and understand why they exist in the first place. Lauren believes that being a psychologist is an honour and that unconditional positive regard is key in working towards therapeutic recovery.  

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Support Staff

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Anita

Office Manager (and support super star)

You may recognise Anita from being on the reception desk, or from answering your calls.
With over 15 years experience in customer service, administration and travel, she has made the move to be our Full Time Office Manager.
Being a big believer that your therapy experience starts with the reception team, Anita has trained our team of admin in this belief and we are all here to support your admin needs.
When Anita is not working, you will find her out camping, being involved with charities, or curled up with a novel!

 

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Kasey

Administration Officer

Kasey is in her final year of her Bachelor of Psychological Science degree at the University of Queensland. She has hopes of pursuing her Masters in Clinical/Neuropsychology psychology or possibly a PhD program. She has a deep interest in neuropsychology and hopes to one day work within this field. Currently, she is completing research around colour perception and how we view colours.  Outside of this, Kasey enjoys spending time with friends, riding her horse Ollie and being in the outdoors. She is available to answer any client enquiries you may have.