Dr Pamela Seaton
BSc(Hons), DPsych(Clin), MAPS, MAPSCCP, Clinical Psychologist
- Psychological and psychometric assessment, including Neuropsychological assessment
- Acquired brain injury
- Assessment of and intervention for ADD, ADHD and behavioural disorders, such as Conduct and Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Assessment of, and individual and family therapy for Psychosis
- Anxiety disorders, including panic and phobias
- Eating disorders assessment and intervention
- Treatment for sleep disturbance
- Chronic Pain management
BPsych, GDipPsych, GCert MHP, GCertDEdu, Assoc MAPS, Psychologist
- Assessment and therapeutic interventions for affect, mood and behavioural issues for diabetic, non-diabetic and transcultural persons
- Assessment and therapeutic interventions for relapse prevention and maintenance of optimal health
- Psychological Assessments and Interventions for child and youth difficulties
- Screening, assessment and treatment for substance misuse
- Family therapy.
BPsych (Hons), PGDip (Clin Psych), Assoc MAPS
Tina is generally registered as a psychologist and has post-graduate training in clinical psychology. She has worked extensively in the not-for-profit sector with disadvantaged families and children in rural communities. Most recently she has provided a psychological service to the Roma and Toowoomba regions. Her areas of interest are trauma, couples counselling, stress, and anxiety. She has experience in working with a range of mental health conditions for adults, adolescents, and children including:
Depression and anxiety-related disorders
Family, parenting and relationship issues
Grief and loss
Stress and anger management
Developmental and behavioural disorders
Tina is trained in, and uses a range of therapeutic models including:
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Brief Solution-Focused Therapy
The Gottman Method for Couples Therapy
Dr Therese Landers
B.Sc (hons), D.Psych (Clinical), B.Ed, DipT(EC), MAPS, Clinical Psychologist
- depression and anxiety related disorders
- trauma responses
- relationship issues
- chronic pain management
- addictive behaviours
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Trauma-focused Therapy
- Interpersonal Therapy
- Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy
- Play-based Psychodynamic Therapy for Children
- Emotion Focussed Therapy
BA (Hons), Master of Arts (Psychoanalytic Studies), MAPS, Psychologist
Greg Lewis is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders, and the Australian BPD Foundation (Borderline Personality Disorder). He is AHPRA-registered as a Psychologist. He has extensive experience in the assessment, treatment and support of adults experiencing challenges of adjustment, coping and quality of life difficulties because of criminal offending behaviour, personality disorder, depressive illness, schizophrenia and psychosis, and other developmental and acquired disabilities and impairments. Greg has tertiary qualifications in psychology and in psychoanalytic studies, and in administration theory and practice in the public sector. He was a visiting lecturer in organisational behaviour at Charles Sturt University (Bathurst) and most recently, Senior Psychologist at a Queensland Correctional Centre. Greg is a volunteer tutor in Western Philosophy for the University of the Third Age (Toowoomba).
Greg brings with him decades of experience working with clients experiencing psychological distress, social and interpersonal maladjustment, and quality of life, coping and resilience issues. He has worked in both acute and extended care settings with adult clients coping with a range of disabilities and clinical problems, including acquired brain injury, chronic pain, substance and opiate use and abuse, psychosis and mood disorders. He has worked with clients with disorders of personality and developmental problems of physical and sexual abuse. He has a particular interest in helping clients with personality disorder difficulties, including Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) emotional, behavioural and relationship instability, and also with clients with depressive and adjustment disorders, drug abuse, addiction or drug dependency, or with drug-induced psychosis. He has considerable experience with clients with schizophrenia or other problems of psychosis.
Greg informs his intervention and treatment through a range of approaches including:
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT),
Motivational Interviewing (MI),
Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),
Behavioural Activation and Cognitive Therapy Treatments for Depression.
Brief, Solution-Focused Interventions,
Evidence-Based Addiction Treatments,
Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) and Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia, and
Personality Disorder Skill Development Approaches for Emotional Dysregulation and Impulsive Behaviour.
These approaches are used in the context of a positive, engaging, non-judgemental and supportive counselling relationship so as to maximise client trust, self-acceptance and improvement of personal and social adjustment and resilience. Greg has also a developing interest in narrative therapy and applying the philosophical principles and techniques of Stoicism in the CBT context.
Jijoe is an experienced Occupational Therapist with more than ten years of experience working in paediatric settings including Autism specialised center, early intervention teams, special schools, mainstream schools, children’s development team and in private practice. He has worked extensively with pre-school and school aged children with a wide range of diagnosis such as Autism, ADHD, Global developmental delay, Down syndrome, Cerebral palsy, Developmental coordination disorder, Intellectual disability, Sensory processing disorder and Dyspraxia.
Jijoe has a special interest in early intervention for children diagnosed with Autism and uses an eclectic approach to intervention. He has attended many workshops over the years and is trained in ABA therapy techniques by The Scott Center for Autism Treatment, Florida Institute of Technology USA and has also attended the Introductory course in Bobath-NDT by MAES Therapy London.
Jijoe can help with:
Fine motor skills and gross motor skills
Sensory processing difficulties
Social skills and emotional regulation strategies
Coordination and motor planning
School readiness skills
Jijoe uses a family centred approach to therapy and collaborates with family, Teachers and other professionals involved in the child’s care. He also has a keen interest in developing individualised therapeutic strategies to support inclusion in school setting. Jijoe delivers his service in the clinic and in the child’s natural environment -home, school, kindergarten, childcare.
Jijoe is registered with AHPRA and he is a member of OT Australia.