Child and Family Psychologists   Meet our Team

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 psychologist who provides information and ideas on how to manage an active family in today’s busy world. Pauline is married and has three 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 18 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 behaviour, to name just a few. 

Pauline also works in a private local school assisting teachers, parents, and children each week.



Marthe van Iwaarden – 

Provisional Psychologist
BA (Hons), MSc Psych (Clinical)


Marthe has lived in Brisbane since early 2013. She grew up in The Netherlands and completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 2011. She has worked as a psychologist in a range of different mental health institutions, such as a general hospital, a psychiatric hospital, and a specialized clinic for eating disorders.


To obtain Australian AHPRA registration Marthe is working as a provisional psychologist, under supervision by two senior clinical psychologists. Private health or Medicare rebates for sessions are not yet available until fully registered. She is offering reduced rates during this transition phase.


Marthe is a warm and caring person, aiming to offer a safe space for clients to work on their goals as well as effectively alleviate the psychological symptoms they are suffering from.

She uses CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), DBT (dialectical behavior therapy) and mindfulness, and tailors sessions towards the client’s individual needs. Marthe support clients of all ages and backgrounds with a wide range of issues including:

·         Eating Disorders

·         Grief and Loss

·         Relationship counselling

·         Career issues (workplace stress, burn out)

·         Suicidal thoughts

·         Self-harm

·         Stress around life transitions

·         Migration stress

           Christian counselling upon request

           Personality assessments

           Workshop facilitation

           Dutch sessions

           Equine therapy (animal assisted therapy to improve social emotional and cognitive functioning)

Janece Famularo - Psychologist

B. Sc (Psych); B. Sc Hon (Psych); B. Bus (Mgt)


Janece Famularo is a parent of two and an experienced psychologist. Janece Famularo provides a confidential and understanding environment where adults can talk about and work through problems or concerns they are currently experiencing such as anxiety, depression and anger management.


Janece takes the time to listen and then develops a plan tailored to individual needs. She is passionate about helping her clients to develop ways of coping and feeling better emotionally.

Janece works primarily with adults but is also experienced in working with individuals across the lifespan with a range of concerns such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress and adjustment difficulties. 


Janece is an experienced psychologist who has worked for many years with adults and children in government departments and private practice.  Janece provides a relaxed approach that clients enjoy, utilising therapy approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy and Play Therapy for children. She believes in the importance of supporting the whole family and assists parents and children understand and manage conflict, overcome common behavioral, psychological or emotional issues.


Janece is fortunate to also work with a dedicated team of Brisbane psychologists who offer a broad range of assessment and therapy services for children, adolescents and adults She has years of experience working in the disability sector with families. She is skilled in working with adults around self-esteem, social skills, work stress, anxiety, depression, grief and life transitions. Janece is compassionate and respectful in her approach. She is passionate about counselling and providing support to make positive changes for all.


Dr Belinda Barnes

Clinical Psychologist

D Psych B Psych (Hons) B BehSc MAPS


Belinda is a clinical psychologist who’s approach to therapy is engaging, understanding and down-to-earth. She endeavours to be consistently non-judgemental, open and empathic.  Belinda has clinical training and expertise in treating trauma, complex PTSD, and developmental trauma, in young people and adults. She has special interests in dissociation, chronic pain, and the link between our physical body and our emotional wellbeing.


Belinda’s therapeutic approach is integrative in nature; primarily drawing from modalities such as mindfulness-based approaches, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and experiential and psychodynamic psychotherapy.  She has a special interest in longer-term work, with clients who have suffered trauma in their lives.


Belinda is a registered supervisor with AHPRA, and enjoys providing a high-standard of clinical supervision to colleagues, other clinicians, and trainee psychologists.