Dr Lisa Chantler​

BA (Hons) MPsych  DPsych (Clin) DipClinHyp 

Principal Clinical Psychologist

Fellow 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 of over 30 years experience, with a particular interest in treating depression, 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 focused research and training.​


I am the current Chair of the Clinical College of the APS, after serving as Deputy through 2020 and having Chaired the College conferences in both 2018 and 2019.

Consultations: Sturt Street Adelaide 9.00am- 5.00pm Monday, Thursday and Friday


Philippa Tait ​(she/her)

LLB/LP BBehavSc(Hons), MPsych(Clin)

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0001960473)

I value the individuality and experience of every client that walks through my door and consider it a privilege to provide quality psychological care for all clients, regardless of age, weight, ability, race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation.  Together we work as a team in a non-judgmental and compassionate manner to identify and achieve meaningful goals.

I use a range of modalities including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and I make a concerted effort to practice what I preach, implementing these same strategies in my own life.

I am an eligible provider of non-directive pregnancy support counseling services under Medicare and have a particular interest in working with clients experiencing birth trauma and other perinatal and parenting-related issues.   Other areas of interest and experience include treating depression and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and the relationship between mental health and chronic diseases.

9:00am – 5:00pm on Tuesdays


Youngblood Roche

GradDipPsychSc BHithSc(Hons) MPsych(Clin)

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Fellow 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.


An addition I have 20 years of experience teaching the structured physical discipline of yoga, which helps people cultivate better health and wellbeing using meditation, mindfulness, breathing awareness and relaxation. Tying these skills with my psychology training gives me a "whole of life perspective" of client treatment.

Consultations: Telehealth Specialist   12.00pm- 6.00pm on Monday, Thursday and Friday


Zoe Brown

BBehavSc(Hons) MPsych(Clin) CEDC

Clinical Psychhologist
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Fellow of the Clinical College of the APS
AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002170684)

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.

I am an ANZAED Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician.

Consultations: Sturt Street Adelaide 9.00am- 5.00pm Monday to Friday


Jeremy Lim

BPsych (Hons) MClinPsy
Clinical Psychology Registrar
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Associate Member of the Clinical College of the APS
AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002409660)

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).

Consultations: Sturt Street Adelaide  Mondays, Wednesday to Friday, and Saturday by arrangement


Peter Grieve

BPsych(Hons) MPsych(Clin)

Clinical Psychology Registrar
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
AHPRA registered Psychologist (PSY0002261646)

I primarily use Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and to assist clients to overcome immediate concerns by building on existing strengths and focusing on life goals and priorities. I like to create a warm, caring and safe collaborative space within which clients can explore how they can not only overcome present difficulties but also create meaningful and fulfilling lives.

Evidenced based therapies such as Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Schema Therapy also inform my approach. Mindfulness, meditation and a self-compassionate approach to life have all been central to my own personal ethos for living well.

I have an extensive and diverse employment background including 10 years Military service (RAAF) and Fly-in Fly-out Engineering roles. I am a qualified Early Childhood Educator having worked in Child Care Centres and Department of Education Pre-schools. I have also worked as a Residential Care Worker with at risk teenagers.  I also took time out of the workforce as a stay at home Dad.

I enjoy working with individuals across all ages and have a strong interest in working with families, couples, and those with long-standing recurrent problematic patterns.

Consultations:  Sturt Street Adelaide- Tuesday.  Gawler- Nunyara Specialist Centre on Monday and Wednesday. Jamestown- fortnightly Thursday. Spalding- fortnightly Friday


Natalie Allen

BPsySc (CounsIntSk) GDip Psych (Adv)

Provisional Psychologist

Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Student Member of the Clinical College of the APS

AHPRA registered Provisional Psychologist (PSY0002597542)

I passionately support my clients as they endure and adapt to significant life challenges and psychological conditions. I understand that we are all influenced by unique circumstances in life, and so I provide evidence-based, client-focused responses tailored to suit each individual, in a warm, non-judgemental, collaborative space.

I enjoy working with difficulties such as anxiety, depression, panic, trauma, low self esteem, eating disorders, grief and loss.


I enjoy working with children and have experience helping clients manage escalating and challenging behaviours, anxiety, hyperactivity and tantrums. Together, we work on building healthy identites and developing age appropriate boundaries, routines and disciplinary strategies.


Keyleigh Thomas

Practice Manager

Psych Research Assistant


Keyleigh is our Practice Manager overseeing referrals, compliance, and the many back-room jobs that help keep a busy Psych clinic running smoothly.  She is also the go-to person when our therapists need help with researching the latest treatments and therapeutic tools, or assistance in both forensic and clinical matters.

She is an completing undergraduate Psychology at Flinders University.


Support and Admin


Molly is likely to be first person you'll  meet at Bridge Psych. In addition to her part-time role at Bridge, Molly is an undergraduate Psycholgy student at Adelaide University. She has a strong interest in clinical work in the future 

This equips her  to provide knowledgeable support for our clinical staff, as well as manage your inquiries, referrals and appointments.


Consulting Psychologists