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Melissa Herdy

MPsych (Clinical) BSc (Psych)(Hons)(QLD)

Melissa is a registered Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience counselling families, children, teens and adults in a variety of settings, including private practice, disability services, and University clinics, including her role as Clinic Coordinator at the QUT Psychology and Counselling Clinic. She uses a range of evidence-based therapies. Melissa enjoys treating anxiety, panic attacks, stress […]

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Nahum Kozak

MEd BA(Psych)(Hons) MAPS

Nahum (rhymes with Graham!) has been a fully registered psychologist since 2010. He draws heavily on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and emotion focussed therapy (EFT). He works with adolescents, adults, and couples. He has a warm and friendly nature and loves helping people rediscover joy and purpose in their personal and professional lives.

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Lynne Rodgers

MAppPsych (Counselling) BSc (Hons) GradDip(Psych) BA MAPS

Lynne works with adults, couples and adolescents. She gets excellent results helping people with anxiety, depression and relationship stress. Before joining NBP, Lynne worked in specialist clinics, counselling people suffering with substance use, domestic violence, anger, and complex trauma. She has a special interest in working with older adults and issues related to ageing. Lynne also has experience and a […]

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Robin Fraser

MA (CommCouns) BSocSci (Psych)(Hons)(Cum Laude) MAPS

Robin is a very experienced psychologist. He has worked with adolescents and adults in private practice for over 10 years. He is thoughtful and relaxed with a compassionate and empathic style in the counselling room which helps clients feel safe and accepted. He is a husband and father of two young kids. In his leisure time, Robin enjoys time with friends and family and falling off his kayak!

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Pia Jones

MAppPsy(Health) PostGradDipPsy BHSc DipNut MAPS

Pia has worked for many years with clients of all ages and all walks of life. Before joining NBP, Pia worked in community settings, educational settings, within QLD health, at wellness retreats, and in private practice. Pia has a warm and funny disposition. She tailors her approach to ensure you feel heard and supported. She is passionate about integrative health care. She can work with your GP to ensure a thorough understanding of your concerns to formulate a plan that meets your needs.

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Ingrid Schults

BPsychSc (Hons) MAPS

As a person, Ingrid is optimistic, sensitive, empathic, and trustworthy. As a psychologist, she brings all these qualities and more to her work. Ingrid’s work with clients over the past 15 years has taken place in various settings, including disability agencies, employment services, employee assistance services, the Lifeline Crisis Counselling service, and private practice.  Ingrid is also a qualified Life Coach. She recognises that people are people everywhere and that life can be seriously hard sometimes.

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Jenny Laing

MPsych (Org) BA (Hons)(Psych) MAPS AIMM

As a workplace psychologist and a counselling psychologist over the past 15 years, Jenny has gained a wealth of experience in counselling and coaching individuals to realise their full potential in both their personal and professional lives. Before completing her Psychology Masters, she spent many years as a registered nurse, midwife and baby health consultant, often helping people to navigate grief and loss, life changes, stress, depression, anxiety, and relationship and parenting issues. Jenny is a mother, grandmother, partner, friend, and the proud owner of laugh lines.

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Dr Rachel Hannam

PhD GradDipEd BSocSc (Hons) MAPS

Rachel has been a registered psychologist since 2002.  She consulted to various organisations for several years, working with doctors, nurses, teachers, pilots, lawyers, managers and executives, and gained broad experience in coaching individuals and groups. She is skilled at helping people cope with stress and trauma, relationship conflict, and personal change. In 2006, Rachel was awarded her PhD on the topic of psychological burnout and resilience.

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