Our Psychologists

Dr Belinda Lequertier

Clinical Psychologist

Belinda is a clinical psychologist with experience in both private and government settings. She takes a collaborative and client-centered approach to assist children and families with a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties.  Belinda completed her PhD in perinatal and early childhood mental health and currently also works part-time as a postdoctoral research fellow.  A common thread in Belinda’s clinical and research work is the critical role of relationships for human development and resilience, and she enjoys working closely with parents to improve child and family wellbeing.

Daniela Raeth

Clinical Psychologist | Toowoomba

Daniela completed her training in German in clinical psychology. Daniela has worked for non-government organisations as a Team Leader/Case Manager, social worker and worked in psychiatric clinics. Daniela has published research on the treatment of panic disorder and agoraphobia.

Jeremy Sharp


Jeremy has over 20 years experience in child protection as a child safety officer, supervisor and as a manager. Jeremy has a demonstrated history of working in the government and private sectors. Jeremy is passionate about the provision of evidence-based psychological services and trauma recovery, recruitment, mentoring and supervision.

Grace McMurtrie


Gracie is experienced in working with children, adolescents and their families across a range of mental health issues, including as depression, anxiety, as well as neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder and AD/HD.  She offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), general counselling and a range of other therapeutic interventions to support her clients.

Sophia Stillerova


Sophia completed her postgraduate training in clinical psychology at Griffith University. She has worked in a specialist inpatient facility for mood and anxiety disorders, as well as with clients across the age span from children to older adults. 

Amy Milner


Amy has a keen interest in working with children with learning and neuro developmental disorders such as ADHD and Autism. She uses a mix of child-friendly cognitive behavioural therapy and play based therapy approaches. Amy conducts specialist learning assessments and enjoys working with children and youth of all ages.

Norman Ramos


Norman has worked in various psychological settings such as pain management rehabilitation, with youth suffering from anxiety and depression and in a paediatric outpatient clinic in a major Brisbane hospital where he assessed and treated a range of childhood conditions such as ADHD, Autism, behavioural difficulties and anxiety.

Tara Hamilton


Tara has a counselling psychology background and has worked with children, adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds. She adopts a client-centered approach utilising evidence-based treatments including trauma-informed counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and positive behavioural parenting interventions. Tara’s interests span management and treatment of stress, anxiety and depression; parenting support; family and relationship difficulties; and behavioural difficulties. 

May Wong

Senior Psychologist (Health)

May has advanced training in health psychology. She works from a holistic perspective and is skilled in the management of children and adolescents with such issues as diet, coping with chronic illnesses and adjustment to medical issues. May works with child hood issues such as behavioural difficulties, anxiety and behavioural difficulties.

Madeline Oehlerich


Madeline has advanced training in health psychology with experience working with children in out of home care, complex behavioural and emotional needs as well as with the assessment of a range of childhood difficulties such as ADHD and Autism.