Our Clinicians

Dr Rachel Inglis, Clinical Psychologist

Dr Rachel Inglis, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Rachel Inglis, Clinical Psychologist

Dr Inglis is a Clinical Psychologist and Toowoomba local. She has worked in the mental health setting for the last 10 years helping adults work on difficulties like depression, anxiety, phobias and social skills development. She has also worked with family members of those suffering from mental illnesses around issues such as carer roles and assertiveness. In recent years she has specialised in helping adults with complex issues and systems exposure.

Dr Inglis is also a Psychology Board of Australia – Approved Supervisor available for supervision consultations for those on supervision pathways or clinicians wanting to consult around particular cases or issues. Dr Inglis has experience in engaging with QLD legal system, working with the QLD Mental Health Act, working with clients that have forensic issues linked to their psychological difficulties, and working with multiple stakeholders around high risk issues.

Dr Inglis is a member of the Australian Psychology Society’s College of Clinical Psychologists.

Michelle Nolan, Psychologist

Michelle Nolan, Psychologist
Michelle Nolan, Psychologist

Michelle is a registered Psychologist with a passion for improving the mental health of individuals residing in the Toowoomba community. She draws on her excellent listening and communication skills to provide a person-centred, recovery-based approach to treatment.

Michelle has over 8 years experience working as a Psychologist in public hospital and private practice settings, where she has worked with children, adolescents and adults. In her pursuit for excellence to provide better outcomes for her clients, she is currently undertaking a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University, enhancing her clinical intervention skills.

Publications

Horgan, M., and Martin, G. (2016). The differences between current and past self-injurers: how and why do people stop? Archives Suicide Research, 20 (2), 142-152.

Craig Mattocks, Psychologist

Craig has 18 years experience working as a Psychologist in public hospital and private practice settings, where he has worked with children, adolescents and adults. His broad experience has equipped him with the skills to support clients with a range of diagnoses and needs, including, but not limited to generalised anxiety and depression.

Craig is passionate about providing adjustment counselling for health related issues to clients either recently diagnosed or continuing to live with a health condition. He has a particular interest in providing adjustment and counselling support to children through to adults, who are living with Diabetes.

Craig is a registered Psychologist and member of the Australian Psychology Society.

Dr Paul McQueen, Clinical Psychologist

Dr Paul McQueen, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Paul McQueen, Clinical Psychologist

Dr Paul McQueen is a Clinical Psychologist holding a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Melbourne. He has been working in Toowoomba since 2006.

Dr McQueen is committed to providing high quality, evidence-based interventions for a range of mental health conditions. He has particular interest in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and Depression.

Training & Experience

Dr McQueen has 13 years experience providing services to adults and children as a registered psychologist. In addition to his role as the Clinical Psychologist and Director of Thrive Wellness for the past nine years, he has also worked as a psychologist in the following areas:

  • Toowoomba Hospital Hepatitis C Treatment Program
  • Toowoomba Adult Mental Health Service
  • Toowoomba Child & Youth Mental Health Service

While completing his Doctorate, he also undertook supervised practice in Mental Health Services in Melbourne and Bendigo and at the Royal Children’s Hospital Psychology Clinic in Melbourne.

Dr McQueen is a Psychology Board of Australia Approved Supervisor. He provides supervision to Clinician’s and Registrars seeking regular contact supervision, but is also available for one-off consultations to organisations and clinicians seeking input on complex cases.

Memberships

Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

Publications

Results of part of Dr McQueen’s Doctoral Thesis have been published in two research papers:

Felicia McQueen
Clinical Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist

Felicia McQueen
Clinical Nutritionist
Exercise Physiologist

Felicia McQueen is a Clinical Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist with Thrive Wellness. She holds a bachelor degree in Applied Science with majors in Nutrition and Dietetics as well as Exercise Science. She undertook further studies, receiving a Bachelor of Applied Science with Honours for research in the field of motor control and neuroscience. She also holds a Diploma in Bowen Therapy, and is recognised as a Root Cause Protocol consultant with the Copernican Institute of Mineral Metabolism and Mentorship.

Felicia has led professional workshops and seminars on a variety of health topics and taught at TAFE and Universities.

Felicia adopts an integrated health approach to wellness, believing optimal health and wellness requires harmony of mind, body and spirit. She is passionate about helping her clients achieve their goals and achieves this through providing a multidisciplinary approach tailored to individual client needs.

Memberships

ESSA AEP
CMA member
Root Cause Protocol Consultant

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