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Seonaid Linn

Clinical & Perinatal Psychologist

PhD Candidate (Bond University) 

 MPsych (Clin), BSc (Hons)

Originally from Scotland, Seonaid has twenty years of experience in the field of psychology working with individuals, groups and organisations. Seonaid has conducted research and advocated for improved rights in the mental health sector at women’s groups and community-led organisations in both the UK and Australia. Seonaid is particularly passionate about creating change and empowering women to begin on their journey towards healing - whatever that may look like for them. Facilitating connection, compassion and safety is most important to Seonaid. Her approach is driven by a mutual understanding of difficult experiences, where the challenges of life can be defused together with evidenced-based tools. She genuinely values the privilege of hearing clients’ stories and the narratives embedded in what is courageously shared.


Seonaid supports women across the lifespan, providing assessment and treatment in all areas of women’s mental health. In particular, she often assists clients with the following difficulties:


-anxiety & depression

-mood disorders

-chronic stress

-emotion regulation



-family of origin difficulties

-managing chronic illness

-birth trauma / disappointment

-postnatal depletion

-burn out

-health anxiety

-attachment difficulties

-fertility uncertainty

-infant sleep difficulties

- transition to motherhood

-lifestyle changes required to manage pregnancy/improve fertility (e.g. stress reduction, food cravings)

-parenting challenges (particularly with neurodiverse children)

-relationship challenges

-employment related challenges

-stress arising from neurodiversity / sensory issues


Seonaid utilises various evidenced-based CBT and trauma-informed treatment modalities including ACT, DBT, schema therapy, mindful self-compassion, clinical Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), NLP, interpersonal neurobiology, somatic psychology, narrative therapy and family systems. She has completed recent specialist training in trauma, attachments, perfectionism, sensory processing and anxiety. She is currently writing up her PhD on childbirth trauma and perinatal distress.


Seonaid’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours) from the University of Stirling, Scotland and a Masters of Psychology (Clinical) from Bond University. She is AHPRA registered with the clinical endorsement. Seonaid excels in Ethical practice as well as Counselling skills and has received various awards during her training which recognise this.


Please note, Seonaid does not currently: -

  • See children under 13 years old.

  • Conduct forensic or legal assessments for adults or children.

  • Offer court reportable therapy.

  • Offer family court psychology perspectives or opinions.

Adam Leis

Senior Clinical Psychologist 

MPsych (Clin), BSc (Hons)

Consultant Clinical Supervisor

(The University of Queensland)

Adam is a Clinical Psychologist witover twenty years of treatment experience in the field of psychology. He completed his Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and Master of Psychology (Clinical) at the University of New England where he graduated in 2008. He began providing Clinical Psychology services with Medicare Local from 2009 and started in Private Practice in 2011. Adam is also a board-approved clinical supervisor providing consultant supervision with The University of Queensland and for early career psychologists privately. 

Adam works with people of all ages ranging from young children to older adults with experience in treating: depression; anxiety; substance abuse; mood disorders; trauma; relationship and sexual difficulties. He has extensive training and clinical experience in a variety of evidence based therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectic Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy and EMDR. He is well-known for adapting suitable psychological treatment styles and models to best meet clients’ needs. Adam is currently providing support to adults, children and families both face to face and via Telehealth. Adam has particular interests in anxiety disorders, trauma, adult ADHD and Clinical Hypnotherapy.  If you wish to be supervised by Adam, please contact the clinic to discuss your needs. 


Please note, Adam does not currently: -

  • Conduct forensic or legal assessments for adults or children.

  • Offer court reportable therapy.

  • Offer family court psychology perspectives or opinions.

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