Our Psychologists

At Ramsay Psychology, we’re committed to mental health. Our experienced psychologists are flexible, compassionate and personable, working with you to create a plan that support long-term management for mental health issues.

Our team provides personalised care for adults, teenagers, children, couples and families across a wide range of mental health conditions and symptoms.

Each of our psychologists also has their own areas of special interest and experience. These include things like substance misuse and addiction, depression and anxiety, relationship issues and dealing with significant life changes. 

Depending on what you’re facing and what you feel you need support with, you’ll be matched with a psychologist who is best-placed to help.  

 

Find a practitioner


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Malcolm Devantier

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Charlestown
Fax:
1300 171 786
Malcolm is experienced in the assessment and treatment of a range of mood, personality and developmental disorders in children, adolescents and adults. He is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has worked in Private Practice, Marriage/Relationship Counselling, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), the Primary Health Network, the NDIS and Out of Home Care environments.
Qualifications:
BPsych(Hons), MBA, BCom

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Frank Donnoli

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Box Hill
Ramsay Psychology Bundoora
Fax:
1300 171 786
Frank is a healthcare professional who has trained and worked extensively in the diverse disciplines of psychology, tertiary education and chiropractic care. His career as a Psychologist has been guided by Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), a field of psychology that helps and supports people facing issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues and substance abuse. His broad education gives him an understanding of how physiology and psychology can be applied to treat conditions such as chronic pain. Respect and understanding inform his guiding principles; both are key ingredients in maintaining good relationships, together with laughter, being one of the best forms of medicine!
Qualifications:
BAppSc(Chiro), GradDipArts, GradDipPsych, MEd

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Gerard Erasmus

Clinical Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Joondalup
Fax:
08 6185 8501
Gerard has been a Clinical Psychologist since 1993 and has worked in private practice, the corporate world and the public sector.
Qualifications:
BA (Hons) - Psychology, MA (Clinical Psychology)

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Anthony Espinosa

Clinical Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Charlestown
Fax:
1300 171 786
Anthony is a Clinical Psychologist who provides adults with psychological treatment for a variety of mental health concerns and other difficult life circumstances. These include anxiety and depression, OCD, ADHD, ASD, chronic pain and health conditions, adjustment, trauma and stress. His therapeutic approach is warm, compassionate and collaborative, and centres on helping clients honour their values and strengths, tailoring interventions that equip them with the skills they need to meet their objectives and create meaningful changes in their lives. In treatment, Anthony draws upon modern evidence-based therapeutic approaches (including CBT, ACT, Schema therapy, mindfulness- and compassion-based approaches) to best suit his client’s needs and goals. Anthony is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Qualifications:
GDipPsych, BSPsych(Hons), MPsych(Clin)

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Brendan Everett

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Joondalup
Fax:
08 6185 8501
Brendan is a Registered Psychologist and Registered Exercise Professional with a particular interest in the assessment and treatment of ADHD and related issues including anxiety, challenging behaviour, screentime, emotional regulation and resilience in children and adults. Brendan has more than 20 years’ experience in the education sector working with children and their families. Much of this time has been focussed on children and adolescents impacted by anxiety, family stress and ADHD. Brendan has extensive lived experience with ADHD and understands first-hand how ADHD can impact school performance and behaviour at home and at school. Brendan is passionate about helping parents better understand, support and advocate for their children with ADHD. For adults, ADHD can profoundly impact productivity at work, relationships and the ability to be a calm, consistent parent. Many parents have experienced long wait times for an ADHD assessment for their child. Other parents and adults delay ADHD assessments for their child or themselves due to stigma, concerns about medication or simply not recognising how the three core symptoms of ADHD manifest. The assessment process will help clients improve their understanding of ADHD. Brendan can also help clients develop and implement a targeted treatment plan, based on the new Australian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA) Australian Evidenced-Based Guidelines for ADHD.  
Qualifications:
BPsych, GDipEd, Dip Mgmt, Cert IV Fitness

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Ros Ferry

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Fortitude Valley
Fax:
1300 171 786
Ros has more than 20 years’ experience as a Registered Psychologist and has worked in diverse settings including universities, medical centres, and a fertility clinic. She has a particular interest in women’s health, guiding women through difficult transitions at every stage in their lives; from the rollercoaster of infertility, IVF and birth trauma through to peri and post menopause. She aims to develop a warm, compassionate and collaborative relationship and is experienced in helping people resolve many of life’s challenges. She helps her clients deal with a broad range of psychological issues, including anxiety, depression, bereavement and loss, work-related stress, adjustment difficulties including retrenchment, transition to university and study-related issues, coping with illness and disease and more. Ros utilises an integrative approach to her work that is evidence based and customised to each client’s unique needs. Ros draws upon a range of interventional techniques, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, clinical hypnosis and EMDR. 
Qualifications:
BScPsych (Hons) Grad.Dip. Clinical Hypnosis MAPS

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Simone Fischer

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Cairns
Fax:
1300 171 786
For more than 20 years, Simone has worked as a Registered Psychologist within the private, community, allied health and educational sectors. She is a Board Registered Supervisor and an Adjunct Lecturer at James Cook University. She has established a reputation of building genuine connections across cultures, age, vocational and societal groups.
Qualifications:
BPsychScience (Hons), MAPS

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Chris Floyd

Senior Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Erina
Fax:
1300 171 786
Chris Floyd: Clinical Supervisor and Senior Psychologist
Qualifications:
BPsychSc(Hons)

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Kim-Lee Foran

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Ipswich
Fax:
1300 171 786
Kim is a registered Psychologist and has worked in government departments and private practice for 25 years.
Qualifications:
BBSc Grad Dip Psych MAPS

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Leanne Foubister

Registered Psychologist
Service:
Psychology
Practices:
Ramsay Psychology Erina
Fax:
1300 171 786
Leanne is a Registered Psychologist with dual qualifications in psychology and teaching. She has extensive experience working within schools to support children, adolescents and families experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and loss, academic difficulties and intellectual disability. She is proficient in the administration of a range of cognitive, adaptive and behavioural assessments, to inform practical recommendations for home and school.
Qualifications:
BA/BTeach, Grad Dip Psych