Pauline Ogilvy - Adults, Children, Parents & Caregivers
PG Dip.Ed.Psych, M. Ed, B.A, Dip Tchg
Developmental and Education psychologist
Pauline Ogilvy is a Brisbane senior psychologist and clinic founder and director who provides information and ideas on how to manage an active family in today’s busy world. Pauline is married and has three adult children of her own, giving her a first-hand appreciation of the challenges and issues that parents confront. Brisbane Psychologist Pauline, takes a pragmatic yet gentle approach to supporting her clients with the varied concerns they may bring to the session. She is fluid in her approach ready to change tack when necessary as changes may occur or priorities change. Authenticity and relevance are principals she holds dear.
Pauline has provided support to clients for over 21 years. Pauline is an accredited Triple P practitioner and has run many parenting courses and seminars on parenting through separation. Prior to becoming a psychologist Pauline was a primary school teacher.
Psychologist Pauline Ogilvy has experience with concerns such as couple/relationship difficulties, children’s sleeping problems, tantrums, stealing, adjusting to parental separation, school/learning difficulties, cognitive assessments, adult or child anxiety, depression and risky teenager behavior, to name just a few.
Pauline also works in school assisting teachers, parents, and children, where invited.
Sarah Graham is a clinical psychology, who completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2020. Sarah's interest include conducting assessments and supporting adults and children and families. She enjoys working with a variety of presentations such as anxiety, depression, trauma, self harm and developmental disorders. Sarah also provides support surrounding medical conditions, friendship issues social skills development and school based concerns.
Lee is our receptionist extraordinaire! He keeps us organized and is that friendly voice when you call. He is with us some mornings and can be contacted via text, email or phone.
Lee comes to us with plenty of experience in the allied health reception role. Lee enjoys supporting us with keeping us organised, being prompt and efficient and keeping a safe clean space. At times also a cup of tea and a consistent cheerful greeting.