Our experienced hand-picked supervisors are accredited in their chosen discipline and have additionally undertaken specialised training in perinatal and infant mental health.
Trauma-informed and focused on psychological development and relationship quality, our supervisors promote multifactorial and dynamic reflective practice in addressing the many clinical issues salient to all family members in the perinatal period.
Combining theoretical rigour, rich formulation skills and practical ports of entry to therapeutic practice, our supervisors provide a reflective space to explore and deepen therapeutic work with parents and infants.
Each supervisor has their areas of special interest, described in their profile. Direct enquiries can be made to a supervisor via their profile description.
Located around Australia and internationally, we make the most of technology and connect via video conferencing, so geographic location need not be an impediment to accessing our quality services.
Reflective Supervision Groups and consultation to organisations are also available.
Contact us to discuss your needs.
Dr Bronwyn Leigh is a Clinical Psychologist based in Victoria, Australia. She is Director of the Perinatal Training Centre and the Centre for Perinatal Psychology, a national network of perinatal psychologists dedicated to parent and infant emotional wellbeing.
Dr Charise Deveney is a Clinical Psychologist, trainer, supervisor, and podcast presenter based in Sydney, Australia.
Julie King is a Brisbane Psychologist and a Masters’ qualified and trained Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Clinician who has worked with children, adolescents, and their parents in both the public and private sector for 40 years.
Carla Anderson is a clinical psychologist based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She is the Director of the Perinatal Child & Family Hub, a multidisciplinary practice. Carla has been working in private practice with a focus on the perinatal period since 2005.
Charmain is a clinically trained psychologist based in North Queensland, Australia. She is the Director of Townsville Perinatal Psychology and has over 20 years’ experience working with children and families in educational and therapeutic rolls in both the public and private sectors.
Beulah Warren is a psychologist in private practice whose focus is on families and infants. Her work began over 40 years ago as a research psychologist with premature infants and their families.
Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven is a clinical psychologist and child and adolescent psychotherapist based in Melbourne Australia.
Diane Reynolds, LMFT, is a trainer, consultant, coach, and facilitator dedicated to advancing trauma- and equity-informed reflective practice, supervision, and leadership.
Dr. Gina Wong is a psychologist, professor, consultant, and perinatal mental health forensic expert witness living in Alberta, Canada.