Meet our Team

Dr Nicole Williams


Dr. Nicole Williams is a Clinical Psychologist. The title “Clinical” indicates completion of a Master of Clinical Psychology degree. Nicole has also completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is co-director of the Centre.

Nicole has worked in community mental health, children’s welfare, early childhood, child and family health, and with both children and adults in private practice.

Nicole works with people of all stages of life with wide ranging concerns. Of particular interest to her in work with adults are high prevalence disorders depression and anxiety. She also values working with young children in supporting their development and allowing them to flourish. Nicole works with effective, evidence based strategies to partner with clients to enact change. However, she draws upon a wide range of therapeutic stances in order to provide individual clients with services that suit their particular needs and preferences.

Nicole’s area of particular special interest is the perinatal period (pre- and postnatal), early childhood and parenting. She has worked with many families with very young children regarding behavioural, relationship, attachment and mental health concerns, including postnatal depression and postnatal anxiety. Nicole also values supporting families undergoing conception and family planning stress (including IVF) and/or negotiating unexpected pregnancy outcomes. Many clients experiencing fear and uncertainty regarding their pregnancy and/or birth, or who have had a traumatic birth experience previously are assisted by therapy.

Nicole is also experienced in providing gentle behavioural interventions for families with babies and children who suffer sleep concerns, and worked with Professor Sarah Blunden in her Paediatric Sleep Clinic for a number of years. Such interventions always prioritise the family's own parenting style and do not involve leaving children in distress. Families with children who wake a lot during the night, have difficulty napping, who are difficult to settle to sleep or have fears about being alone at night consult with Nicole.

Nicole is concerned with providing clients with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which they feel they can share sometimes difficult information. She is committed to providing clinical psychological services in an ethical, confidential and respectful manner.

Nicole is dedicated to staying up to date with new approaches and ideas which can be beneficial to her clients through lifelong learning.

Please contact Nicole to make a time to consult, or if you have any further queries, on 8210 9443.


Bach Soc Sc., BA Hons (Psych) University of Adelaide

Combined Master of Psychology (Clinical)/PhD University of Adelaide

Full & current registration with the Psychology Board of Australia,

Clinical Psychology endorsement

Member of Clinical College of Australian Psychological Society

Medicare Provider - Clinical Psychology

                                  - Non-directive Pregnancy Counselling

 

Dr Brooke Ferguson


Dr. Brooke Ferguson is a Clinical Psychologist. The title “Clinical” indicates completion of a Master of Clinical Psychology degree. Brooke has also completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology on children of parents with a mental illness. Brooke is co-director of the Centre.

Brooke has previously worked as a psychologist in both public and private settings supporting adults and children. She takes pleasure in supporting people of all ages with their concerns. Her areas of special interest include children of primary school age, along with children with a parent who suffers mental illness, be these infants, children or adults. Brooke also enjoys supporting families in the perinatal period with anxiety, depression and adjustment concerns.

Brooke also has a particular interest in transgender issues in childhood, and we are pleased to offer a LBGTQI friendly practice. Brooke continues her involvement in psychological research through The University of Adelaide.

Please contact Brooke to make a time to consult, or with any further queries, on 8210 9443.


Bach Arts, BA Hons (Psych), The University of Adelaide

Combined Master of Psychology (Clinical)/ PhD, The University of Adelaide

Full & current registration with the Psychology Board of Australia

Clinical Psychology Endorsement

Member of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society

Medicare Provider - Clinical Psychology


Dr Katherine Reynolds


Dr Katherine Reynolds is a clinical psychologist working since 2007 in community mental health and more recently in private practice.  In particular, Katherine has an interest in mental health in the perinatal period – from conception to one year after the end of a pregnancy – including perinatal anxiety, depression, and trauma.  Katherine also enjoys working with clients who wish to develop skills in dealing with a variety of issues, such as depression, anxiety, stress, goal-setting, problem-solving, assertiveness, adjustment difficulties, panic disorder, and phobias.

Katherine is client-focused, approachable, and motivated.  She has been trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches and brings experience in working within cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness skills, trauma-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and behavioural activation.  She is dedicated to assisting clients to find ways to enhance their quality of life, to improve their ability to tackle challenges, and to learn new skills to overcome mental health difficulties.

Katherine is committed to maintaining professional, ethical and up-to-date skills and standards of practice.

* Please note Katherine's focus is adults and she does not consult with children under 16 years

                           Bach of Psychology (Honours), Flinders University

                           Master of Psychology (Clinical), University of South Australia

                           Doctor of Psychology (Clinical), Charles Sturt University

                           Full & current registration with the Psychology Board of Australia

                                   Clinical Psychology Endorsement

                           Member of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society 

                           Medicare Provider - Clinical Psychology

Ms Sally Baron

Sally conducts psycho-educational assessments with children. Sally became a Registered Psychologist in 2009 and has since worked as a psychologist in government and private practice.  Sally has over 15 years of professional experience working with children, adolescents and their families.  Sally is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and engages regularly in professional development and supervision that fulfills requirements of the Psychology Board of Australia.

                          Bach Arts (Honours), Sussex University

                          Postgraduate Certificate in Education, Roehampton University

                          Masters in Mental Health Science, Monash University

                          Full and current registration as Registered Psychologist

                          Member of the Australian Psychological Society


Ms Chrisi Lambos

Chrisi is a Clinical Psychologist with 10 years of experience working with adults, children and couples. She is a warm and empathetic psychologist who utilises a number of different evidence based therapies to treat many psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, OCD, grief, stress and relationship difficulties. Chrisi consults with both adults and children. Her areas of particularinterest are working with couples and those with fertility challenges.

Chrisi is joining our team from the end of November. More of her details to come!


Ms Ali Taylor

Ali Taylor is a registered paediatric occupational therapist with experience in both government and NGO settings including community health (Early Childhood), children's centres, disability and mental health. Ali has worked within various multidisciplinary teams spanning over a decade.

Ali has a passion for working with children and families in supporting children to reach their full potential; seeing relationship as central to their development.

With her primary focus on the early years, Ali works relationally with babies, toddlers and preschoolers and their families to support positive developmental outcomes in children's:

-        Foundation skills (registration, regulation, alertness and attention)

-        Play skills

-        Social skills

-        Behaviour

-        Fine motor and hand skills 

-        Self care skills - toileting, dressing, mealtimes.

                              Master of Occupational Therapy ( Graduate Entry – University of South Australia)

                             Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Flinders University)

                             Full and current registration with Occupational Therapy Board of Australia

                             Member of Occupational Therapy Australia

                             Medicare Provider – Occupational Therapy

                             Certified facilitator of Circle of Security Parenting Program

                             Marte Meo Practitioner

                             Children’s Yoga Teacher