Our psychologists are committed to providing best-practice, evidence-based rehabilitative treatment and assessments to enrich the lives of our clients, strengthen community ties and reduce antisocial behaviours.
Our experienced psychologists provide a nonjudgmental space for clients to work through obstacles to their goals and make positive change.
We welcome all clients.
Our work is guided by the principles of the Good Lives Model and Risk-Needs-Responsivity Model. We are committed to upholding the ethical standards of our profession and treating each client with dignity and respect.
M. Psych (Forensic), B. Psych (Honours)
Gina Lattas is a Forensic Psychologist. Gina uses principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, the Good Lives Model and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy in her treatment. Her professional interests include mental health assessments, risk assessments, developing and implementing behaviour support plans for people with complex needs, as well as psychological interventions for the treatment of complex trauma, challenging behaviours, substance use and aggression. Gina is a Fellow of the Forensic College of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and a Member of the Australian & New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL) and National Disability Practitioners (NDP).
Clinical & Forensic Psychologist
PhD. Psych, M. Psych (Clinical), B. Psych (Honours), D. Clinical Hypnosis
Dr Christopher J. Lennings is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. Clinical interests include risk assessment in civil and criminal matters, the assessment of substance abuse, violent and sexually violent offenders, child protection and parenting assessments, and expert evidence. He is a Fellow of the Clinical and Forensic Colleges of the Australian Psychology Society, a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and the Law, and a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers. In 2013 he was awarded an OAM for his services to psychology and the community and in 2014 made a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society.
B. Counselling and Human Change (Applied Psychotherapy), Graduate Diploma (Wellness), Executive Certificate (Positive Psychology Coaching)
Jodi Storey is a Clinical Psychotherapist. She is an approved Victims Services Counsellor and her professional interests include Child and Family Therapy, Trauma Counselling, Sandplay Therapy and Wellness Coaching. Jodi is a member of the Australian Counselling Association (Level 4) and is currently completing studies to become a registered Disaster Mental Health Provider.
M. Psych (Forensic), B. Sc-Psych (Honours)
Sarah has worked as a Forensic Psychologist in Australia and New Zealand. She is skilled in conducting a range of forensic risk assessments and has expertise writing psychological reports to inform various courts and bodies in civil and criminal matters. Sarah specialises in the treatment of violent and sexual offending, trauma, substance abuse and mental health issues, and is also adept at supporting clients facing interpersonal or life stressors through periods of change. Her focus is on assisting clients reach deeper understandings of themselves and find more helpful ways of responding to difficulties. Sarah is a highly skilled group therapist, who has been delivering group programs to violent and sexual offenders for seven years. She worked extensively with men treating violence in the context of OMCG memberships in New Zealand, and has run a range of programs for CSNSW including MISOP, HISOP, and VOTP. Sarah is passionate about supervision, and is a Forensically Endorsed Board Approved Supervisor with AHPRA. Sarah is available for face-to-face and video-based appointments.
Sarah utilises a range of therapeutic approaches to reach outcomes that are mutually beneficial for clients and the community, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, Schema Therapy, and Eye Movement Densensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) for people with trauma-related issues. Sarah is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), a Fellow of the APS College of Forensic Psychologists (FCFP), a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL) and the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ANZATSA). She is an Associate Member with the Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Association of Australia (EMDRAA).
Forensic Psychology uses knowledge of both psychology and the law to provide specialist services to people involved in the legal system. Psychologists trained in Forensic Psychology provide expertise in risk assessments, formulations, treatment plans, recommendations to court, risk management plans, rehabilitation and counselling.