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 from, has three children of her own, giving her a first-hand appreciation of the challenges and issues that parents confront. Pauline has provided support to clients for over 16 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. 

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Paul Knowles - Clinical Psychologist

Registered Psychologist, B Psych, Masters in Psychology Clinical, MAPS, AHPRA 


Clinical Psychologist Paul Knowles is passionate about working with adult clients who are going through a major transition in life. 

Psychologist Paul utilises a range a wide range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Exposure Therapy and Narrative-style intervention, depending on the client’s needs.

  • Depression, Bipolar and other Mood Disorders;
  • Clinical focused intervention;
  • Stress and Burnout;
  • Sleep Disturbance;
  • Grief and Loss;
  • Self-Harm;
  • Identity and Self-Esteem
  • Cognitive assessment for Children, Adolescents and Adults;
  • LIFE TRANSITION support ie
  • physical challenges (eg. motor function difficulties, hearing and visual impairment);
  • cultural difficulties (eg. English as a second language);
  • social challenges;
  • school leavers;
  • return to study for mature aged students;
  • relationship difficulties;
  • assessment and intervention for learning difficulties (eg. dyslexia, non-verbal learning disorder and attention difficulties),

Janece Famularo - Psychologist

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


Janece Famularo is an experienced psychologist. 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.

Michelle Barratt - Clinical Psychologist

B Psych Sc (Hons), M Psych Clinical, MAPS, AHPRA


Michelle Barratt is a Clinical Psychologist, was born in Zimbabwe and immigrated to Australia in 2001. Her psychological practice’s main aim is to harness the strength within each person that engages in therapy. Within her practice she works as a Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist as well as focusing on 'Couple' and 'Family' therapy. 


Michelle is passionate about working with all age ranges. Her practice endeavours to provide a safe and secure environment for her clients. An environment where she hopes they will feel supported and understood so clients can work more effectively towards their goals as well as effectively alleviate the psychological symptoms they are suffering from.