Our Team

Our diverse team of mental health and allied health specialists and practitioners specialise in a range of disciplines. Working closely together, our practitioners are well versed in coordinating with their patients and one another to provide the highest level of care.



Ailsa Nicholson, Clinical Psychologist

Ailsa is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the field of psychology since 2003. She has experience working in Mental Health and the Community in Hospital health sectors around SE Qld and the UK. Ailsa enjoys working with adult clients with a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, and issues of adjustment, with special interests in health-related concerns. Ailsa is passionate about working in a multidisciplinary, consultative setting, and will be bringing this passion to her work with groups at Omega. Ailsa completed a Bachelor of Arts and Science (parallel), including Honours in Psychology, and then a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Queensland. She is an endorsed Clinical Psychologist.

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Lakshmi Muir, Educational and Developmental Psychologist

Lakshmi completed her Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and began practicing as a registered psychologist in 2017. Lakshmi enjoys working with young people and families and is passionate about child development and early childhood attachment. Lakshmi has experience in both public and private sectors utilising Circle of Security, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Family Based Treatment for Eating Disorders. A large part of her work has been with young people experiencing severe and complex mental health. Lakshmi has completed her Supervisor Training Approval Program, enabling her to register as a board-approved supervisor, and she also holds an endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology.

Lakshmi is currently completing a Masters of Clinical Psychology (advanced pathway), and is available to see children, youth and adults.

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Victoria Davies, Psychologist

Victoria’s therapeutic philosophy utilise her warmth and curiosity as a practitioner to highlight her client’s autonomy and awareness, empowering them to develop new skills and improve their quality of life. Victoria appreciates therapy as a flexible and holistic process, dependent upon the changing needs of her client. As a registered psychologist Victoria is experienced at providing support to individuals across the lifespan presenting with a variety of diagnoses and goals. Victoria provides therapy modalities such as, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness based approaches, Schema Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy (EMDR).

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Cooper, Therapy Dog

Hello there! I’m Cooper, the newest member of the Omega Wellness family, and I’m wagging my tail with excitement to join you on your journey to well-being. Alongside my human partner, Victoria Davies, I’m here to bring a whole lot of furry love, comfort, and support to our amazing community.

I’m not just your average pup – I’m a therapy dog with a heart full of compassion and a knack for brightening your day. I’ve undergone special training to provide a unique kind of therapy that goes beyond words. My soothing presence and gentle nature are here to make your experience at Omega Wellness Centre even more special. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, emotional support, or simply a warm furry hug, I’m here for you. Studies have shown that spending time with animals like me can help reduce stress, anxiety, and even boost your overall mood. I’m like a fluffy little oasis of calm amidst life’s hustle and bustle. Victoria and I make quite the team! With her expertise in wellness and my talent for spreading joy, we’re dedicated to enhancing your time at Omega Wellness Centre. Whether you’re visiting for a session, a workshop, or simply to unwind, you can count on us to provide a unique and heartwarming experience.

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Chris, Psychologist

Chris (he/his) is a registered psychologist who is currently completing a Master of Clinical Psychology (Advanced Entry) through the University of Southern Queensland. Chris is an empathetic and mindful clinician who believes that finding the balance between validation and behaviour change is the key to effective therapy. He prioritises a flexible and affirming approach to his practice by individualising therapy to ensure that each session is working towards the client’s own goals. Chris is formally trained in a range of therapeutic techniques including Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and is a STAP-endorsed supervisor. He has over eight years of experience working in mental health including roles with headspace, in private practice (adults and adolescents) and, most recently, as a senior psychologist with Queensland Health’s Child and Youth Mental Health Services. In his spare time, Chris is a soccer fan, avid park-runner, coffee lover and devoted dog dad to Lucky the beagle.

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Kaylee Spillar, Psychologist

Kaylee is a registered psychologist who began practising in 2016, and is currently completing a Master of Clinical Psychology (Advanced Entry).

She practices with a gentle approach, and works with her clients to discover and utilise their strengths, empowering them to overcome the challenges they are facing and make meaningful change. Kaylee has experience supporting teenagers and adults through a range of challenges and mental health concerns, and has completed extra training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Eating Disorders), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.

In her spare time, Kaylee loves spending time with her family, dog and guinea pigs, playing board games, and challenging herself at CrossFit.

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Charlotte Rubow, General Psychologist

Charlotte has been a registered psychologist since 2011 and has extensive experience working within private, inpatient and government (military) sectors.

Charlotte’s approach is to create a safe and compassionate environment, using warmth to develop personal strengths, resilience and to support the individual to achieve their goals of therapy. Charlotte enjoys working with adults and young people across a broad range of presenting problems and has a special interest in supporting clients to recover from life adversities and traumatic experiences.

Having recently completed a Masters of Clinical Psychology (Advanced Entry), Charlotte is currently undergoing a clinical registrar program in order to be endorsed as a Clinical Psychologist. She is an AHPRA board-approved supervisor, and provides tailored support using Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Trauma Focused CBT interventions (Prolonged Exposure Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy).

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Tina Millers, General Psychologist

Tina is a dedicated General Psychologist with a Master’s Degree in Professional Psychology from the University of Southern Queensland. As a registered psychologist, Tina has honed her expertise in counseling therapy and holistic approaches to promote overall well-being.

With diverse practical experience in areas such as Child Safety, Community Services, Drug and Alcohol, and Education, Tina brings a wealth of knowledge to her practice. Specialising in cognitive assessments for ASD, ADHD, and Cognitive Impairments, Tina is committed to helping individuals achieve mental wellness and reach their full potential.

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Nicole, General Psychologist

Nicole is deeply committed to inspiring individuals to unlock their potential and progress towards their goals. This entails exploring and addressing any obstacles that may hinder personal growth.

Recognizing the pivotal role relationships play in our lives, Nicole emphasizes the significance of acquiring skills to enhance and fortify these connections using CBT. Extending beyond immediate circles, such skills have broad-reaching effects on extended family and friendship groups. Psychological research underscores the inherent social nature of humans, highlighting the positive impact of interpersonal interactions.

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Medical Specialists

Dr Sonia Res

Dr Sonia Res, Mental Health GP

Joining our team in 2024, Dr. Sonia Res, a highly experienced GP from Canberra, specialises in treating patients with chronic physical and complex mental health conditions, focusing on Preventative Medicine, Mental Health, and Women’s Health. With over 20 years of expertise, she has spent the last 5 years as a GP Senior Staff Specialist at Canberra Access Adult Community Mental Health clinics, managing moderate to severe mental illness.

Now, Dr. Res is introducing a similar care model at the Wellness Centre of Omega Mind Clinics in Springfield, Brisbane. GPs can refer patients with complex mental health needs for short-term assessments and management plans, tapping into the expertise of Omega Wellness Centre’s Allied Health Clinicians. Referrals encompass diagnostic clarification, medication reviews, and treatment for various mental health conditions. The referral process ensures a holistic journey for patients, directing them to appropriate Allied Health Clinicians and providing access to individual, group, and workshop services.

Acknowledging the challenges of waiting times, Dr. Res offers initial reviews while patients await appointments with Omega Mind Clinic Consultant Psychiatrists. Following the review, a comprehensive letter is sent to the nominated Psychiatrist outlining the assessment.

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Dr Lincoln Pauliah

Dr Lincoln Pauliah, Child & Youth Psychiatrist, MBBS, DPM, Cert CAP, FRANZCP

Lincoln has been practising Child & Youth Psychiatry since 2003 in Australia. His medical qualification are MBBS,DPM . His Certificate of Advance Training in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry from University of Melbourne & Monash University & RANZCP Psychiatry Fellowship. Lincoln had since worked in three states (Victoria, Western Australia & Queensland). He had worked in Public service and part time doing private work in Toowoomba & Ipswich since 2014.

Lincoln consults for the age group of 6-21.

Lincoln has a special interest in ADHD, Anxiety Disorders & Autism Spectrum Disorders. He provides comprehensive assessment, diagnostic work up & management plan in the above areas. The management plan is individualised, patient & family centered approach incorporating evidence -based practice in Pharmacological therapies.

Member World Federation of ADHD.

Member Youth Mental Health SIG RANZCP.

Member Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.

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Dr Fahd Malik

Dr Fahd Malik, Child & Youth Psychiatrist, MBBS, FRANZCP, Cert. Child and Adol

Dr Fahd Malik MBBS, FRANZCP, Cert. Child and Adol., is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialised in children, adolescents, and young adults (ages 6 -21). He trained as a specialist psychiatrist in Queensland and spent more than 10 years across different mental health services in Queensland, ranging from regional services such as Rockhampton, Sunshine Coast and Hervey Bay to more specialised centres including Queensland Children Hospital and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Dr Malik offers comprehensive assessment and treatment for a wide range of mental health disorders including Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Trauma Related Disorders, Eating Disorders (including Anorexia Nervosa and ARFID), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Early Psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, and behavioural issues. Dr Malik also works with young people who identify with any gender or sexual preference.

Dr Malik is a fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) and a member of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED). In public service, he is currently a staff specialist in West Moreton Hospitals and Health Service. He is happy to work with other medical, allied health professionals and schools as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

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Dr Jasvinder Singh

Dr Jasvinder Singh, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, MBBS, MMedSc MRCPsych, FRANZCP

Dr. Jasvinder Singh is a seasoned consultant neuropsychiatrist with a passion for research and education. His approach to patient care centers around holistic well-being, aiming to optimize mental, physical, social, and personal health.

With expertise spanning various mental health domains such as mood disorders, anxiety, psychosis, ADHD, and neurodevelopmental conditions, Dr. Singh specializes in Neuropsychiatry. His scope of practice encompasses conditions like epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, functional neurological disorders, traumatic brain injuries, and movement disorders like Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and Tourette’s. He also manages sleep disorders and dementias.

Currently, Dr. Singh is actively engaged in both public and private sectors, serving as a Senior Lecturer at Queensland University. He contributes to research and has authored numerous publications in reputable journals. Outside of work, he cherishes moments with his family, indulges in travel, sports, music, and finds solace in reading nonfiction literature on culture, spirituality, philosophy, and the mind-brain connection.

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Dr Anjali Sainani

Dr Anjali Sainani, Perinatal Psychiatrist MBBS, FRANZCP

Dr. Sainani, a consultant psychiatrist, specialises in perinatal psychiatry, focusing on mental health issues related to pregnancy, childbirth, and the first year postpartum. She offers support to women and couples facing fertility challenges, antenatal and postnatal psychiatric disorders, as well as grief following obstetric losses.

For women with a history of psychiatric illness or concerns about medication use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, Dr. Sainani provides preconception advice and ongoing support throughout pregnancy and the postpartum period. This may involve managing pre-existing mental health conditions, addressing medication concerns, infertility issues, adjusting to pregnancy and parenthood, coping with pregnancy loss or grief, and managing postpartum mental health disorders like depression or psychosis.

Additionally, Dr. Sainani is an approved facilitator for the Circle of Security program, which focuses on enhancing attachment between parents/guardians and children.

Collaborating closely with allied health professionals, obstetricians, and shared care GPs, Dr. Sainani ensures comprehensive management of mental health during these vulnerable periods. She does not admit patients to hospitals or provide after-hours services, but her practice emphasizes professionalism, effective communication, and quality healthcare. Dr. Sainani’s treatment philosophy emphasizes a holistic approach, integrating pharmacological, psychological, social, and cultural treatment options.

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Eddie Mutev, Nurse

Eddie has extensive experience, knowledge, and expertise across all areas of mental health having worked in both private and public mental health services. These years of experience and education have provided him with an advanced understanding of the management of complex mental health issues. He is passionate about providing a space for anyone to feel comfortable talking about their mental health journey and providing practical skills to manage anxiety, depression and drug addiction. As a Nurse Practitioner, Eddie has increased his knowledge and skills in assessment, prescibing of medications, and making specialist referrals. Eddie has completed his education at QU (master of mental health nursing) and QUT (Master of Nurse Practitioner).

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Toby Mukandi, Nurse


Toby has extensive experience, knowledge, and expertise in the field of mental health having worked in both private and public mental health services. His areas of interest include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Adult ADHD, and addictions. He is also trained in providing psychotherapy using CBT and SFBT and other various modalities. As a Nurse Practitioner, Toby has increased his knowledge and skills in assessment, prescribing of medications, and utilizing a holistic framework in providing evidence-based care. Toby completed his Bachelor of nursing science at Griffith University and both (master of mental health nursing) and (Master of Nurse Practitioner) UON.


Oscar Chari, Nurse

Oscar is a Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in mental health and addictions across both inpatient and outpatient settings. Beginning his career in the UK in 2003 with a mental health nursing degree, he later achieved a postgraduate master’s degree in Dual Diagnosis from Middlesex University, London. Oscar gained his Nurse Practitioner endorsement in Australia in 2020 after moving from the UK in 2013, where he had worked for the NHS and in the private sector. In Australia, he has contributed to New South Wales Health, Queensland Health, and private practices. Oscar, an endorsed Nurse Practitioner by the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, has the authority to assess, diagnose, conduct tests, and prescribe medications for mental health and related conditions. He is a credentialed mental health nurse and a credentialed drug and alcohol nurse, with extensive experience in acute, community, and forensic settings, supporting individuals with severe and complex mental health issues.

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ADHD Coaches


Bec Thompson, ADHD Coach

In my role as an ADHD life coach, I draw on my own experiences as a Mother who raised children with ADHD/ASD and my eventual diagnosis of ADHD. I can “speak” ADHD fluently thanks to my own experiences and accreditation as an ADHD Coach. Frequently you are left to try to unravel a lifetime of unhelpful behaviours on your own and have so many unanswered questions. Coaching, educating, and guiding my clients to a point where they may flourish rather than merely survive, is my life’s passion. I have lived experience with, but not limited to the fear and sense of the unknown when my then 7-year-old son was diagnosed with ADHD, overwhelmed when my two other children received their ADHD and ADHD/ASD diagnoses in their teens and my own late diagnosis at the age of 48. I believe every single person with ADHD has the potential to succeed given the right tools, strategies, and systems.

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Faye Lawrence, ADHD, Anxiety and Addictions Coach

With personal experience and professional expertise in ADHD, anxiety, and addiction, I bring a unique and empathetic perspective to my coaching. My journey to becoming alcohol-free in 2017, coupled with a late ADHD diagnosis at 48, and managing lifelong anxiety, has deeply informed my approach.

I hold a psychology degree, I am completing a Master in Counselling, and have specialised coach training in Grey Area Drinking and ADHD (ADDCA). My approach is trauma-informed, drawing from both academic knowledge and lived experience.

As a passionate advocate for reducing stigma around addiction and neurodiversity, I serve as a Board Member of SMART Recovery Australia and am a member of the Australian ADHD Professionals Association. I also founded Untoxicated, Australia’s largest alcohol-free social community, and have featured widely across media including TEDx, 730 Report, Business Insider, Prevention Magazine and ABC News.

My coaching style is down-to-earth, non-judgmental, and solution-focused. I utilise psychology, neuroscience, counselling, and body-based science to create tailored, integrative solutions for my clients. Equipped with a wide array of tools and knowledge, I look forward to supporting you to thrive!

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Clinical Managers


Dayna Price, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker

Dayna Price, an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker (AMHSW), collaborates with individuals, couples, and families. She acknowledges each person as the authority in their own life and facilitates their active involvement in care and recovery.

Dayna employs a diverse range of evidence-based psychological strategies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, trauma-informed practice, and interpersonal therapy.

Drawing on substantial experience, Dayna specializes in working with veterans, their partners, and families.

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Chi Cheng, Clinical Psychologist

With 15 years of experience. He has experiences working in public mental health settings, correctional centres, universities, and the private sector. He is passionate about working with his clients using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), promoting ACT to other health professionals, developing and facilitating workshops, and playing lots of board games. His mission statement is to promote living meaningfully to all in a caring, connecting, and compassionate way.

Chi is now utilising his wealth of psychology knowledge to build the best team possible at Omega Wellness Centre.

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Julie Marsh, Dietitian

Julie is a highly trained Accredited Practising Dietitian who can help you achieve your health goals through personalised meal plans, providing nutrition education, and offering ongoing support and guidance. While Julie specialises in allergies, food intolerances, disordered eating behaviours, gut health and women’s reproductive health, she also offers health promotion, chronic disease management, and sports nutrition services. Whether you are looking at achieving a healthy weight for your body, manage medical conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure, or just want to make healthier lifestyle choices, Julie can help find the right path to optimal nutrition, health and vitality.

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