Caley Redstall is a provisionally registered psychologist completing her Masters in Clinical Psychology and hopes to assist adults, adolescents and new parents with navigating through various checkpoints of life.
Caley is working on Mondays at our Red Hill clinic and Thursdays at Morningside.
I have worked with people of all ages from all walks of life as a sailing instructor, camp leader, mental health support worker and administration assistant. Within my psychology training and clinical experience, I have had the privilege of working alongside children, adolescents, and adults in private practice settings, with both an assessment and therapeutic focus.
In my spare time, I love to spend time with my loved ones, read, travel, and get out into nature.
I adopt a warm and empathetic approach to my practice to ensure clients feel accepted, safe, and valued without judgement. I respect the courage it takes to seek professional help, and value client’s individual differences and preferences within therapy.
I am passionate about supporting my clients through a collaborative and strengths-based approach, to equip them with strategies and tools that can be transferred from the therapy room to day-to-day life. My approach is based on the evidence- based therapy- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Jodi’s background has been in private practice and community mental health services, helping a broad range of clients that are culturally and demographically diverse, including children, adolescents, families and adults who live with complex challenges. Jodi is dedicated to helping increase people’s autonomy and independence within a recovery-oriented approach.
Jodi works Wednesday evenings at Morningside.
I am a mum to a teenage son, and love the everyday challenges and adventures, laughing and learning about what it means to be a parent every day. My varied life experience and challenges has been my inspiration to become a psychologist so I can better support others, building on their strengths to thrive with the messiness of life.
Family is a big part of my life, so when not working I’m spending time with those I love. I love listening to all kinds of music, going for hikes and getting into nature.
My style is warm, empathic, kind, collaborative and curious. I love to connect with people in a way that’s unique to them, whether through play for children or giving adults the time and space for what’s important. I feel privileged to develop a relationship with you and learn about your joys, hopes and challenges.
I use an integrative approach incorporating Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion Focused therapy depending on your style and needs.
I’m passionate about continual learning and reflective practice so I can provide the best service to each client.
Anastasia Ivleva is a registered psychologist and she works with adults, young adults, adolescents and children. Aptly having found her calling with psychology, Anastasia is a warm and empathetic presence to have around.
She works on Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Red Hill location.
After exploring a corporate career for 10 years, I have finally arrived at psychology full of life experiences and travel insights. Since 2020, I have worked in private and public sectors, with focus on collaborating with innovative, values-driven organisations such as Pop Psychology. I am passionate about providing support to teenagers and young adults through current, turbulent times, while remaining an authentic and relatable professional.
As a self- diagnosed nerd, I enjoy science fiction and fantasy, dabble in philosophy and politics, and often stay up late talking to friends over a glass of wine.
In my sessions we laugh, we cry, we create and explore. Drawing on my eclectic collection of lived experience and professional development, I seek to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, the LGBTIQ+ community and clients who experienced family difficulties growing up. My purpose is to help my clients live a life in line with their values, while strengthening their connections with friends, family and the wider community. My modalities include:
Carly is passionate about developing therapeutic relationships that empower and encourage personal strength and growth. She is experienced working with children, adolescents and adults. An area of particular interest for Carly is supporting teens and their families to navigate these highly important but, at times challenging, years. Carly understands the importance of viewing challenges through the lens of the individual, no matter their age or neurotype. Carly works from a trauma- informed perspective and is trained in the use of the Three Phased Approach. An emerging interest for Carly is perinatal psychology and advocating toward a contemporary approach to parenting.
Carly works from Red Hill on Mondays and Thursdays.
I obtained my degree in the UK before emigrating to Australia in 2009. I have previously worked in community mental health where I managed and supported a team of mental health workers and assisted people who experience long-term mental health difficulties, to increase their independence and quality of life.
I have two beautiful children who keep me on my toes, and who have sparked a passion in me to learn and practice positive parenting and to support others in their perinatal journey. In my spare time, I love to spend time with friends and family, to read and learn, and to travel.
I have a warm, friendly and compassionate approach and enjoy bringing my down-to-earth nature to each relationship. I believe it is important to engage young people and children in a fun and interactive manner, to ensure comfort and openness and to enhance therapeutic work. I believe in a holistic and individual approach to wellbeing and use an integrated therapeutic approach which often incorporates:
Courtney Wilton is a psychologist with additional accreditation (Masters) in Educational and Developmental Psychology. She works for our service primarily seeing clients in the perinatal space, as well as adults and teens.
Courtney works on Wednesdays at Red Hill.
I have been a psychologist for 12 years, mostly working with children and young people. Through my own personal challenges with fertility, I became aware of the lack of support for those going through the conception phase and became passionate about the area of perinatal psychology. After successfully getting pregnant and later becoming a mother, I experienced the gap in psychological support for expecting mothers, both in the antenatal and postpartum period. During this time, I discovered the term ‘matrescence’ (the process of becoming a mother) and delved into learning more about it, both from a professional and personal perspective so I could begin working with those in the perinatal area.
I am a mother to a sassy 2.5 year old daughter and I love nothing better than curling up with a good book that I can lose myself in. I am also very excited about the prospect of traveling again!
I am passionate about self-growth and helping my clients achieve their goals, whatever they may be. Therapy is an individual journey and I am very interested in getting to know my clients to ensure they are the best fit. I have experience with victims of family violence, anxiety, depression, self-identity issues through adolescence, and disordered eating. Within the perinatal space, my special interest areas are body image, disordered eating, infertility, and navigating the ups and downs of parenthood.
I use the approaches of CBT, ACT along with forms of narrative, expressive and solution focussed therapy to help my clients feel fulfilled along their parenthood journey.
Dr. Rachel Bushing is a Clinical Psychologist and she works with children, teenagers, and families. She is passionate about bringing out the good in people and she likes to bring fun and creativity into the therapy setting. Rach's special interest areas are in postnatal mental health, parent-child relationships, the demands of adolescence, unpicking the impacts of trauma, and infant and toddler emotional development.
Rach works at our Red Hill location on Tuesdays and our Morningside location on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
I am a mum to 3 early-waking children, and being mum to them has been my greatest education! I have been a psychologist for 20 years and in that time I have worked in mental health and counselling services in Australia and the United Kingdom, across government, NGO and private practice settings.
My foundational psychology training (Bachelors, Honours, Masters) was with the University of Queensland. Since then I have been continuing to learn and grow, picking up several therapy approaches and a bunch of techniques along the way. My job is to make all that "book knowledge" fit with what you're experiencing. Most importantly, I want to find a way to make therapy individualised so that it works for you.
It is really important to me that you feel comfortable and at home in our space, and that is the atmosphere we try to create in our practice. As a Clinical Psychologist, I have additional training in the field of mental health diagnoses, and constructing individualised treatment plans based on wholistic needs. I can take whatever you throw at me!
I use the following evidence-based therapies:
Tilly Jarvis has worked with children, couples and families for the past 20 years. Tilly’s interests lie in supporting people throughout their pregnancies and into parenthood, perinatal mental health and working with the impacts of trauma.
Tilly sees clients on Thursdays at Red Hill.
I am a mum of 10-year-old twins who have taught me a lot about myself and how I do life. I have worked as a social worker overseas in Cambodia in a children’s village and in rural and remote settings for non-government community organisations. I have often been the only mental health social worker in my location, finding myself in a range of settings such as schools, hospitals and court rooms. Mental Health Social Workers are required to do extra study to apply knowledge and develop their understanding of mental health practice. I wanted to know more about how people grow awareness and process through trauma and the impact it has on their relationships, the environment and the self. My fondness of study took me down the path of holding two Master’s degrees, one in Primary Health Care, focusing on Alcohol and other Drug therapies, mental health and wellbeing and the other in Gestalt therapy. My training has slowly become more present, and authentic in my life, especially with my kiddos.
I work in a warm and relational way and take time to create an individualised space which feels safe. Coming to therapy can be half of the work! I am a Gestalt Psychotherapist and Mental Health Social Worker with a focused psychological lens. In my work as a Social Worker, I have developed a good understanding of systems, environments, and power dynamics and how they can affect your experience in the world. I completed an honours in Art Therapy and Narrative Therapy, which looks at retelling stories through alternative language and brings colour, nature, and play into the therapeutic space. I favour the following therapies in my work:
Catherine Langford has worked as a Clinical Psychologist with children, teenagers, and families over the last 20 years. She enjoys working with adolescents and their families in a warm and collaborative way, and supporting parents too.
Catherine consults from Red Hill on Tuesdays.
I have worked in a variety of settings across Brisbane including NGOs and government mental health services. Most recently, I’ve worked closely with schools and have a good understanding of the school systems and how they work. I have developed skills in working with adolescents and their families to support them to find a pathway forward during challenging and vulnerable times.
I am a mum to two beautiful, busy girls (and a fur baby!). They are my greatest achievement, bring the me great joy and have also taught me the most about being flexible, patient and kind! We enjoy travelling as a family and spending our spare time in the great outdoors.
I have an eclectic, person centred approach that draws on my training and experience including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, ACT, Play-based therapies as well as Attachment Based Family Therapy.
I work with a range of mental health difficulties including:
Marlies Rodriguez has worked with children and families for over 20 years. In her recent work as a school psychologist, Marlies has formed effective and meaningful connections with students due to her warm, playful, and engaging approach. She has a special interest in school related issues (including school refusal, anxiety, bullying), the toddler years and supporting families experiencing transitions and change. She is available to see adults, children, adolescents and families, as well as providing perinatal home visiting.
Marlies works on Fridays at our Red Hill location.
I have worked as a counsellor and psychologist with children, teenagers and families in an extensive range of settings including out of home care and adoption, primary and high schools and NGO mental health settings for over 20 years. I am passionate about collaborating with the whole family to understand the emotions and challenges each child or young person is facing and finding practical solutions to the challenges that life throws up. My passion for travel has meant I have enjoyed living and working in The Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom and I have worked extensively with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. I am a mother to two girls with whom I enjoy days at the beach and walks with a view.
As well as integrating a number of evidence-based therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, ACT, Narrative & Solution Focused into her sessions, I have have completed extensive additional specialist training in non-directive play and creative arts therapies. Using a fun, play-based approach makes most sense to children (and to me!) and means that therapy is fun and engaging. I support children and young people with emotional regulation, social skills, school or social concerns, bullying, anger management, grief, developing resilience, anxiety, managing worries, adjustments and depression. Marlies is registered as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner’s Regulation Authority (AHPRA) and is an Associate Member of the Australia Psychological Society (APS).
Kieran Eaton is a warm and empathic psychologist who sees adults and older adolescents. Kieran is a fantastic fit for young adults, and those who experience life challenges in addition to psychological distress.
Kieran is currently on leave, returning in 2023.
As part of my psychology training and clinical experience, I have enjoyed being able to work with individuals from all walks of life. I have worked with Disability Employment Services and not-for-profit organisations. I have been lucky to be able to find person centred organisations, where values of respect, care and integrity are celebrated. I really enjoy listening and learning about the lives of the people I meet, and hearing that we all have our own tales of sorrow, loss, triumph and resilience.
When I’m not at work, I have to answer to some very bossy dogs, and I’m usually working on never-ending renovation projects.
My primary therapeutic framework is working from a Cognitive Behavioural lens. This means that we explore the interplay of thoughts and actions upon our emotional experiences. In my work, I emphasise being able to tailor my approach to each client, which means that I also draw skills from other perspectives such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solutions Focused Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. These approaches are powerful in helping you to enact important change in your life, to set and achieve goals, and achieve progress.
In our sessions together, I aim to provide you with an opportunity to feel supported and safe to enact positive change in your life.
Sherwynna is a Clinical Psychologist with a special interest working with clients and their families in their journey to create a life worth living.
She is passionate about supporting the learning and reflective practices for fellow psychologists. Sherwynna supports our Senior Psychologist with learning and clinical skill development activities at Pop! Psychology, providing supervision and upskilling for our clinicians.
Please contact Sherwynna directly via her website: www.drsherwynnalee.com
Rhiannon is a Psychologist and works with families helping them to prepare for and adjust to the early years of parenthood. Rhiannon values a strong therapeutic relationship with her clients, conceptualises parents’ experiences holistically and incorporates broad socio-cultural influences on your parenthood journey.
Rhiannon works in Red Hill on Saturdays.
Please contact Rhiannon directly on 0413 306 561.
Peta is our Practice Manager though we all really think of her as the mom of our office. She ensures that all staff is fully resourced and happy. She is always aware of the Who, Where and How's of our office. You will also find her providing reception assistance from time to time.
Palak is our Practice Assistant. As well as providing reception assistance, Palak helps keep all our clinicians up to date and well resourced. She also assists on our programs - Pop The Kettle On, Be:Hold, Seeds of Sunshine, and Into The Woods.
Ashlee is our casual receptionist and you will be greeted by her friendly nature on the phones and office reception. Ashlee will provide assistance with payments, scheduling appointments and make sure you are fully prepared.