Meet Our Team

Dr Brooklyn Storme, PhD

Director & Principal Psychologist

With over 17 years experience working with clients from a diverse range of backgrounds, Brooklyn has a special interest in Assessment and Report Writing, especially for conditions like Autism Spectrum Disorder, IQ and Cognitive Functioning, Victims of Crime and Court Reports. She is also provides Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) for children 12 years and under.


Animal Assisted Therapy / Canine Clinician

Gabe is utilised in session with children under the age of 12yrs, to help them to achieve their therapeutic goals. Gabe works with each child individually and according to their needs. He is effective in building confidence, reducing anxiety and developing social skills with our little clients. Gabe only works on certain days so if you’d like an appointment, please call us on 8765 2434 to ensure he is available at the time of your child’s visit.

Lindy Storme

Associate Psychologist

Lindy is a Psychologist passionate about helping couples to thrive and to live their best life together. She enjoys supporting couples in learning how to change or improve their communication styles, resolve conflict and support each other through difficult times. In addition, Lindy finds that her application of a range of therapeutic modalities has been highly effective in supporting partners as they transition through the de-coupling process. With over 20 years experience in the management of pain, she is also our Lead Pain Clinician.

Brad Buchanan

Accredited Clinical Hypnotherapist

Bradley is an experienced and accredited Clinical Hypnotherapist. He provides a personal centred approach with his clients. Assisting clients to overcome issues that they are facing in their daily life. He assists clients through a range of issues from addiction, fears, phobias, weight loss, anxiety, depression and Pain Management. He has a passion assisting clients with chronic pain. His interest lies from a injury he sustained in his late 20’s. He has a first hand experience with dealing with chronic pain and how to manage this disease. He assists clients to take back control in their life and start enjoying a good quality of life again.

Lisa Maher

Clinical Psychology Registrar

Lisa has over 10 years experience working in complex and intensive mental health support services, both in Melbourne and in the UK, and will soon complete her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology. Lisa has been passionate about suicide prevention and early intervention in young people, specifically focusing on the barriers and facilitators in help-seeking behaviour. Her career has included working as an ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) trainer for 5 years and she regularly facilitates groups to provided evidence-based interventions. Lisa provides individual and family counselling and enjoys the results her patients obtain when she teaches them tools based in Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Puja Bhattacharya

Clinical Mental Health Counsellor

As a former university lecturer in Psychology, Puja brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the field of anxiety and stress management. She is passionate about teaching relaxation training to patients. Puja is one of our Lead EAP Clinicians and supports people that are having difficulty coping with mood or behaviour in the workplace. If your workplace could benefit from Employee Assistance Programs please call Puja on 03 8765 2434 to learn more about how she can support your business.

Amanda Smith

Women’s and Sexual Health Counsellor

Amanda is a warm, understanding, non-judgmental counsellor. Her professional interests are sexual health counselling including support for LGBTQI clients. Amanda is also passionate about and has experience working with adolescents and family. Utilising strength based, solution focused therapies, she incorporates other therapeutic modalities to suit the needs of her clients. Amanda creates a safe space for clients to feel comfortable and supported while working at their own pace. She is dedicated to helping her clients through positive change, building on personal strengths, attaining realistic goals and creating self-awareness.

Shoshanah Frenkel


Shoshanah Frenkel is a behavioral therapist with over 10 years experience in working with children with difficulties. Shoshanah's combined knowledge of education and disability gives her a unique perspective in implementing strategies to improve multiple behavioural issues in both their home and school environment.

Jessica Bauer

Accredited Practising Dietician (APD)

Jessica is caring, down-to-earth and has a very approachable personality; which she uses to connect with clients and guide them through their journey of health and wellness. She is a true believer that everyone is entitled to equal, comprehensive and holistic care. Jessica is an Accredited Practicing Dietician. She completed her Bachelor degree in Human Nutrition and completed her Masters degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. Jessica has been able to increase her professional skills through university placements at and rural locations (Darwin) and through her volunteer positions at Nutrition Australia, kidney Australia, Diabetes Victoria and at Disabled Wintersports Australia as an adaptive snowboard instructor. She is also fluent in French. Her area of passion included; oncology/ haematology nutrition, chronic diseases management, gastrointestinal disorders, nutrition and disability, nutrition for older peoples and paediatric nutrition.

Elycia Coates

Reiki Master; Energy & Sound Healing Practitioner

Elycia is an experienced Reiki Master and Intuitive Energy and Sound therapist. Once considered a complimentary therapy, Reiki has gained dominance in mainstream health over recent years and is now recognised and funded by more than 71 hospitals in the USA and private hospitals throughout Australia as a validated treatment for a range of biopsychosocial conditions. Energy and Sound healing assists people to maintain the physical and emotional balance in the body and is particularly strong in removing blocks of negativity, stress and pain that the body may be holding onto both physically and emotionally. These approaches have been demonstrated to restore energetic pathways in the body, promoting wellbeing