Dr Peta Lilley
Clinical Psychologist & Clinic Director
Peta completed the Clinical Psychology PhD Program within the School of Psychology, The University of Queensland (UQ). The focus of her research was the development of emotional and behavioural difficulties (particularly Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD) in children and adolescents following trauma. Peta has also completed a post-doctoral research fellow position in the School of Medicine at UQ.
Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Services Manager
Pauline is a clinical psychologist who completed her Master of Clinical Psychology at the University of Queensland. She is currently employed as a Clinical Consultant at Lilley Place Clinical Psychology. Her roles include providing clinical supervision, professional development and training to Lilley Place psychologists, and working on clinical service delivery to ensure that Lilley Place offers a first class service to clients, referrers and other professionals. In collaboration with the Clinic Director, she strives to ensure that Lilley Place is a fabulous environment for clients, professionals and the dedicated staff who work here.
Dr Zoe L. Barnett
Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Geropsychologist
Zoe’s clinical skills include the treatment of depression, anxiety, panic, stress, PTSD and trauma, addiction, low self-esteem, adjustment difficulties, grief and loss, pain management, disordered eating, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, specific phobia, the assessment and treatment of dementia, and general mental health across the lifespan.
Lee is a registered Psychologist with experience in a variety of settings including hospitals, schools, community mental health and disability support services. This has included work with children, adolescents, adults and older adults with various concerns. Lee works across the lifespan and has specific interests in anxiety management, overcoming perfectionism and adjustment to illness or disability. He is also passionate about cognitive assessments and the changes they can instigate in a person’s life.
Samantha is a Clinical Psychologist who has extensive experience working in hospital, university and community health settings in Brisbane. Samantha has a particular interest and expertise working with individual and couples adjusting to illness and other major life challenges as well as the loss of a loved one.
Megan is an experienced clinical psychologist with a background in mental health and hospital services. Megan focusses on developing positive working relationships with clients, building on client strengths and helping to bring about the changes clients are looking to achieve. Megan sees clients with a range of presenting problems including anxiety and mood disorders, psychotic illness, emotional dysregulation problems, relationship difficulties and couples therapy.
Sonia is a registered psychologist who has practiced across a variety of settings including hospitals, community mental health services, and non-government organizations. This includes work with children, adolescents, and adults with a broad range of concerns. Sonia has a specific interest in working with adolescents, as she is passionate about assisting young people in this important transitional period of their lives.
El has over a decade of experience in the field of Psychology. She uses a variety of approaches that she believes will be most effective based on both the issue she is working with and the experience she has in understanding what will best suit the person she is assisting. She has a great passion for Psycho-education, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focussed Therapy, Positive Psychology, Emotion Focused Therapy and Schema Focused Therapy.
Dr Alexander Short
Alex completed his Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych) at the University of Queensland. He has experience working in the public system, for non government organisations, universities, and in private practice. This has included work with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and substance use problems, grief and loss, adjustment difficulties, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating issues, personality disorders, autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders, and child behaviour problems. Alex has a specific interest in the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma.