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 & Neuropsychology Registrar

Lorryn completed her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at James Cook University in Townsville, and has attained endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist 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 Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist

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 – On Leave

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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Gabriella Roubicek

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Gabriella is a psychologist who completed her post-graduate training in neuropsychology at the University of Melbourne. She is a clinical neuropsychologist, which provides her with advanced training in the field of neuropsychology. She has gained clinical experience in tertiary hospitals across Melbourne and Brisbane and has published her research work in an international journal.

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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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Talia Leamy

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology Registrar

Talia provides therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Her special interest areas include all areas of adolescent mental health, ADHD across the lifespan, addiction, trauma, mental health amongst the LGBTIQA+ community, stress, depression, anxiety, as well as emotional management and regulation. Talia uses therapeutic methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Metacognitive Therapy (MCT), Imagery Rescripting, Psycodynamic Therapy, positive psychology practices and mindfulness based techniques to assist clients to achieve their desired therapeutic outcomes. Her main goal as a psychologist is to use a client-centred, evidence-based practice approach to suit the needs of each individual client, as well as to maximise their potential for achieving their desired outcomes.

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Support Staff

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Anita

Support super star

Meet Anita, your friendly receptionist and behind the scenes admin. You will hear Anita answer the phones and greet you at check in. If she’s not around she is busy behind the scenes managing your enquiries and ensuring appointments run smoothly. With a background in admin, customer service, and travel, you are in good hands. When Anita is not working, you will find her rehearsing in her band, travelling, or curled up with a novel! 

 

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Angus

Reception / Admin

Currently Angus is his 4th year of a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Queensland. He has hopes that upon completion, he will pursue a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology/Clinical Neuropsychology and possibly a PhD program. He has a great passion for the field of psychology and neuroscience, believing it to be an immensely interesting field of study that is ever-changing and still so undiscovered. Specifically, Angus has interests in topics including depression, dementia, TBI, and neuroplasticity, and finds himself constantly side-tracking to research new findings and breakthroughs in the respective fields. Outside the realm of science and study, he’s always on his feet, whether it’s pursuing training in Muay Thai or exploring the trails of various mountainsides, he believes that fitness and engaging in passions are vital components to a healthy and happy life.