Dr Lisa Chantler​

BA (Hons) MPsych  DPsych (Clin) DipClinHyp 

Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Fellow of the Clinical College of the APS 

Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist

Certified Advanced Schema Therapist and Trainer

AHPRA registered Clinical Psychologist (PSY0001149856)


I am a senior clinical psychologist with over 30 years experience, with particular interests in treating depression, anxiety and complex trauma. I work with survivors of child abuse and neglect as well as adult sexual assault. I'm also experienced at helping people with complicated grief and long term patterns of behaviour that interfere with their relationships and ability to get on with life. I undertake psychological assessment reports as well as risk and mitigating circumstance assessment reports for the Courts, for victims of crime and for a range of other situations in which the expert opinion of an experienced clinical psychologist with forensic training is required.

I have been a co-director at the University of South Australia Psychology Clinic and  taught CBT skills to MPsych/PhD students at the Flinders University. I have an ongoing interest in clinically focussed research and training.​


I Chaired the APS Clinical College conferences in 2018 and 2019, and now serve the APS Clinical College as Chair Elect of the National Executive.

Nicola Holmes 

BPsych(Hons), MPsych(Clin)

Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Associate Member of the Clinical College of the APS

AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002018602)


I deliver client-centred and evidence-based care to adolescents and adults using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT informed). I am a warm and passionate psychologist who enjoys helping clients build meaning and contentedness, so that they experience lives which reflect their personal values.  ​

I am a registered Psychologist and hold a Masters of Clinical Psychology. I have also received training in psychology at Maastricht University in The Netherlands. I am a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Australian Clinical Psychology Association and am registered to provide sessions claimable by Medicare, private health insurance and NDIS. I also accept self-referrals.

My work history includes both community health services and private clinical practice. My particular areas of interest include working with individuals with depression, anxiety, adjustment to life, bipolar, perfectionism, emotion regulation difficulties, and trauma. 

Philippa Tait​

BBehavSc(Hons), MPsych(Clin)

Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Associate Member of the Clinical College of the APS

AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0001960473)

My primary training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy provides a solid base from which I'm able to work flexibly in a client focused and evidence based manner. I completed my training at Flinders University and hold an Honours degree in Behavioural Science and a Clinical Masters in Psychology, as well as a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice. 


My work history includes working with children, individuals living with disability and adult mental health. My professional interests including treating adults and adolescents experiencing anxiety disorders, mood disorders and managing chronic health conditions alongside mental health difficulties. Specifically, I have experience  with generalised anxiety, health anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, gambling issues, social anxiety, panic, depression, adjustment disorders and PTSD, postnatal depression, postnatal anxiety and grief. I am an eligible provider of non-directive pregnancy support counselling services under Medicare and have a general interest in working with perinatal issues, clinically and otherwise.  


My goal is to provide psychological support and treatment for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual identity.

Youngblood Roche

GradDipPsychSc, BHithSc(Hons), MPsych(Clin)

Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Associate Member of the Clinical College of the APS

AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002026203) 

I use a variety of modalities to work with clients throughout their lifespan. In particular I employ cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to create an individualised evidence-based practice. I also have a strong interest in Schema Therapy and working with people who have long-standing patterns of problems. I have worked with a variety of clients experiencing a host of physical and mental issues, including body dysmorphic disorder, eating disorders, obesity, anxiety and depression, PTSD, drug and alcohol dependence, cognitive decline (Alzheimer's), sports performance anxiety, sleep disorders, vision impairment, and postpartum depression. I also enjoy working with couples experiencing relationship difficulties.


As well as my work in psychology, I have 20 years of experience helping people cultivate better health and wellbeing using meditation, mindfulness, breathing awareness, relaxation, and the structured physical discipline of yoga. Tying these skills with my psychology training gives me a "whole of life perspective" of client treatment.

Zoe Brown

BBehavSc(Hons), MPsych(Clin)
Clinical Psychology Registrar
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Associate Member of the Clinical College of the APS
AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002170684)

I completed my training at Flinders University and hold an honours degree in Behavioural Science and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology.

I deliver client centred support for adolescents and adults using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT informed), and mindfulness-based techniques. I have a strong interest in working with people with eating disorders, with experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
I treat individuals with anxiety or mood disorders, body image concerns, perfectionism, emotional regulation difficulties and trauma.  I have published research in the areas of body image and disordered eating.

I am a passionate and empathetic psychologist who enjoys working with people to empower them to achieve their goals and improve their lives.

Jeremy Lim

Clinical Counsellor

I help people work through mental health difficulties such as burnout, depression, grief, general and social anxiety and panic attacks, as well as individuals who experience more longstanding persistent troubles.

Some of my clients are seeking support to become more effective in a variety of life domains. I also enjoy working with couples who want to explore challenging issues and to enhance their relationships.


I studied Psychotherapy at HELP University in Malaysia and I enjoy working with clients of all creeds, ethnicities, and beliefs. I believe that no client exists in isolation and that a strong, warm therapeutic relationship is important in everyone's path towards wellness. 

I primarily work with cognitive behavioural therapy, but in my journey with clients I also integrate other evidence-based modalities such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT).


Support and Admin

Rachael, Erin and Natalie have each completed undergraduate Psychology degrees and are now continuing with Honours studies. This equips them to provide excellent support and clinical research for the therapeutic staff, as well as manage your inquiries, referrals and clinical bookings.


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