Meet The Team

MEET THE SPECIALISTS

Dr CAROLINE ZANETTI

SENIOR PSYCHIATRIST - CO-DIRECTOR
MBBS, FRANZCP, Cert.Child Psych., M.IMH, BA, Dip.Teach
Dr Caroline Zanetti is a perinatal and infant mental health specialist with many years experience working with young families. Caroline has a special interest in research particularly the infant-parent relationship and the transition to parenthood.

Dr JULIA FEUTRILL

SENIOR PSYCHIATRIST - CO-DIRECTOR
MBBS FRANZP Adult Cert.
Dr Julia Feutrill is a perinatal and infant mental health specialist with experience working in non-government and government sector services. She understands how difficult it can be to negotiate health care and advocates for comprehensive and coordinated care for all her patients. She aims to help each family get off to the best start possible.

Mrs ANNE CLIFFORD

PERINATAL AND INFANT CLINICAL NURSE
Clinical nurse specialist
Mrs Anne Clifford is a perinatal and infant clinical nurse spe-cialist who has many years of experience working with mothers and children in a variety of settings and countries. Anne has a particular interest in understanding the world of the toddler.

Dr MARNIE ROWAN

GENERAL PRACTITIONER
B. Pharm MBBS(Hons) FRACGP IBCLC
Dr Marnie Rowan is a GP and IBCLC (Lactation Consultant) and has a breastfeeding medicine clinic at Elizabeth Clinic. She sees families with a range of breastfeeding difficulties and strives to provide individualised care. She has special interests in low supply and anxiety related to breastfeeding.

Mrs MICHELLE STUCKEY

PSYCHOLOGIST
BA (Hons), MClinPsych
Mrs Michelle Stuckey is a registered psychologist and works at the Elizabeth Clinic on Thursdays. Michelle likes to use mindfulness in her work and has a special interest in working with women and couples experiencing conception difficulties, and parenting after fertility treatment.

Dr AGGIE JUDKINS

PAEDIATRICIAN
MBBS FRACP Grad Dip PIMH
Dr Aggie Judkins is a general paediatrician, with a special interest in infant and parent mental health. She is passionate about her work with parents and their children, and as a mother of two young children herself understands the often chaotic juggle of motherhood and modern life. Dr Judkins continues to work at Princess Margaret Hospital as well as consulting privately as a General Paediatrician.

Dr EMMA ARGIRO

PAEDIATRICIAN
MBBS FRACP
Dr Emma Argiro is a community paediatrician who has worked predominately in child development clinics in recent years. She is interested in general and developmental paediatrics and holds a position at PMH and the Child Development Service. She strives to provide holistic and coordinated health care for children and their families.

Dr BEATE HARRISON

PERINATAL, INFANT AND CHILD PSYCHIATRIST
MBBS FRANZCP Cert.Child Psych.
Dr Beate Harrison is a perinatal, infant and child psychiatrist who has experience working in outpatient and mother baby unit settings with mothers and families in the perinatal period. She has special interests in feeding and sleeping issues, adjustment to premature delivery and emotional health of mothers. She enjoys working with mothers to give them good choices for perinatal depression and anxiety management.

Dr MICHELLE MIDDLEMOST

ADULT PSYCHIATRIST
MBChB (Stellen), MRCPsych (UK) FRANZCP (Aus)
Michelle Middlemost is an adult psychiatrist with an interest in mood, anxiety and somatoform disorders. She uses her interests in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy to help patients with their symptoms and also to explore the psychiatric aspects of physical illness, including how thoughts, beliefs, emotions and behaviours influence physical health

Dr LEANNE PRIESTLY

PSYCHIATRIST
MBBS FRANZCP
Dr Leanne Priestly is a mental health specialist with a special interest in perinatal psychiatry. She has extensive experience in both general and perinatal mental health having worked in various clinical settings in Australia and the United Kingdom. She understands the unique challenges facing new parents and their families and is committed to supporting them through this often challenging transition to parenthood.

Dr MOJDEH BASSIRI

ADULT PSYCHIATRIST
MBBS FRANZCP
Mojdeh is a WA trained adult psychiatrist. She has a special interest in the management of mood and anxiety disorders and psychotherapy (both short term and long term). Mojdeh enjoys working with individuals from wide ranging age and cultural backgrounds.

SCOTT NODWELL

PSYCHOTHERAPIST / COUNSELLOR
M.Couns, B.Arts(Psych), B.Comm
Scott Nodwell has worked with individuals and families for over 10 years. He has a special interest in healthy youth development and education, family dynamics, managing life changes and transitions, trauma and grief. He enjoys offering integrative and individualised treatment for each client.

BECKY MILDENHALL

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
BSc (OT), MClinFamTher
Becky Mildenhall is an Occupational Therapist and Family Therapist with experience working within child and youth mental health and community education services. Becky enjoys the liveliness of working with children of all ages whilst engaging the broader family unit, and takes a developmental and systemic perspective on problems of ‘childhood’.

SALLY GREEN

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
BA (Hons), MPsych (Clinical & Health), MMH (Perinatal & Infant)
Sally has worked with children and their families for twenty years, across private and public settings in the UK, Pilbara and Perth. She has specialised the last ten years in supporting infants, young children and their parents in developing strong and secure relationships. She brings warmth and understanding in her work in helping families build on their strengths and work with their struggles to enable them to enjoy each other and get the best start in life.

ANNALIESE CHAPMAN

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
BA(Hons) MPsych(Clin) MAPS
Annaliese is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults on a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, life transition, peer difficulties and bullying, self-esteem and parenting issues. When working with children, parents are integral participants in the therapeutic process. Annaliese brings warmth and humour to her work, and places a high value on assisting clients to become more aware of their patterns of interacting with the world and each other, assisting them to develop a greater sense of choice and control and lead more fulfilling lives.

Dr ELIZABETH IZETT

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
BApp Sc (OT), BSc (Hons), PhD (Clinical Psychology)
Elizabeth is a Clinical Psychologist with 25 years' broad experience helping infants, children, adolescents and their families. With a special interest and expertise in child and adolescent development, Attachment based and Systemic therapies. Elizabeth has a warm, empathic and collaborative approach. She also enjoys research, training and supervision.

Dr CATHERINE CAMPBELL

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
MPsych (Clinical), PhD (Clinical Psychology)
Catherine is a clinical psychologist with special interest in perinatal mental health and parent-child relationships from infancy to adolescents. Catherine works across public, private and research settings with very preterm infants, children with various mental health struggles and developmental disabilities as well as with expectant mothers of high-risk pregnancies and has worked with elite and Olympic athletes providing personal and leadership development.

Dr GAVIN HUTANA

PAEDIATRICIAN
BA (Canterbury) MBChB (Otago) DCH (Auckland) FRACP FAFRM
Dr Gavin Hutana is an experienced Paediatrician working at Princess Margaret Hospital and a visiting specialist to regional hospitals in the Pilbara. Dual trained in General Paediatrics and Paediatric Rehabilitation, he has vast experience working with children with neurological disability. He enjoys leading multidisciplinary teams to improve the quality of life of children and their families.

EMMA CUSHLEY

REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST
Emma Cushley is an experienced Remedial Massage Therapist and a qualified Infant Massage Instructor accredited with IMA Infant Massage Australia.
She believes that massaging your baby is about much more than carrying out a series of strokes. It is a beautiful way to connect with your baby. She aims to give mothers the skills to massage with confidence and also how this intimate interaction with their baby can enhance the bond between mother and child.

KIRSTY O'HEHIR

NUTRITIONIST
Kirsty O’Hehir is a Nutritionist with over 14 years experience in research, private practice and community health. Now as a parent to two young daughters, she recognises the importance of supporting families to raise healthy and happy children with an individualised holistic approach. This journey begins from pre pregnancy through to birth and throughout childhood. She is also a member of the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) and has just been accepted to commence the training to become a lactation consultant.