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Level One Psychology

Level One Psychology

Level One Psychology is a private psychology practice offering support, education and intervention to enable individuals to achieve well-being, balance, and performance in life. Our team of practitioners at Level One have a diverse array of skills and include psychologists, clinical psychologists, sport and performance psychologists and mental health social workers. Individual psychological consultations are available at each of our three clinic locations across the Sunshine Coast. We have clinics at the Ochre Medical Centre in both Sippy Downs and Caloundra, and at the Sports Hub in Birtinya.

Evidence-based therapies including, but not limited to, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness-based interventions are used by our practitioners. All practitioners are experienced and fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

GP referrals are welcomed but not necessary to access clinic services. We also welcome WorkCover QLD and other insurance-related referrals, along with DVA and NDIS clients. Of course, all sessions are tailored to the needs of each client and confidentiality is assured. For more information, please visit us at or contact us via [email protected] or (07) 5314 2150.

Casie Lamberton

Casie Lamberton


We are excited to welcome Casie to Level One Psychology. Casie sees clients on Thursdays at Ochre Medical Centre Caloundra, and Fridays at Ochre Medical Centre Sippy Downs. She has experience with a range of different presentations, including individuals managing schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and personality disorders. She has also worked extensively providing support to NDIS clients.

As a dedicated and compassionate registered psychologist, Casie brings a wealth of experience in providing psychological support to children, adolescents and adults. Her passion lies in fostering positive mental health and empowering individuals to navigate life’s challenges with resilience.

​Casie has a special interest in working with diverse populations, including individuals experiencing, but not limited to:

  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Schizophrenia
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
  • Panic disorder
  • Other common life challenges

Using evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Solution-Focused Therapy, Casie tailors her approach to suit the needs of each individual. Casie’s main goal in therapy is to collaboratively work towards enhancing emotional well-being and the achievement of personal growth.

WorkCover QLD, DVA and insurance-related referrals, and NDIS clients welcome.

Individuals can claim a Medicare rebate if they have a Mental Health Care Plan referral from their GP. The Medicare rebate is currently $93.35 and the session fee is $180 per hour.

Caloundra: Appointments can be made in person at the Ochre Medical Centre reception, by calling (07) 5491 1144, or emailing [email protected]

Sippy Downs: Appointments can be made in person at the Ochre Medical Centre reception, by calling (07) 5373 0700, or emailing [email protected]

Tracey Duthler

Tracey Duthler

BSc(Psych) GradDipPsych MMentalHlthPrac

Tracey has 15 years of experience working as a psychologist across a variety of contexts, including Government services, schools, and private practice. She commonly works with youths, adults, and older adults who are facing issues such as anxiety, panic disorder, depression, grief, adjustment issues, workplace stress, and career management.

​Tracey has a special interest in working with young people, particularly young women experiencing anxiety, and depression, and adjustment to major life events.  She also specialises in assisting individuals who are experiencing workplace difficulties.

​Tracey has training and experience working with evidence-based interventions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). She is a warm, passionate, and interactive therapist who takes a person-centred approach to her work with every client.

Tracey consults at both our Sippy Downs and Caloundra clinics.

Michele Guy

Michele Guy

Mental Health Social Worker

Michele is a very skilled and compassionate practitioner. She is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and holds a Masters degree in Mental Health Practice. Michele’s breadth of knowledge allows her to assess and treat a wide array of complex issues, including mental health disorders.

Michele draws from over 10 years of experience providing emotional and practical support to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are facing issues such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Adjustment issues
  • Stress
  • PTSD
  • Trauma
  • Grief and loss
  • Psychosis
  • Family issues
  • Parenting strategies
  • Domestic and family violence

This experience has been gained from working in private practice and not-for-profit organisations with complex families at risk in the community. Michele uses her knowledge and experience to resolve presenting psychological problems, associated social and other environmental problems and improve quality of life.

Individuals & families referred to Michele can claim a Medicare rebate if they have a Mental Health Care Plan referral from their GP. $160 per session (rebate $82.30)

Michele consults at both our Sippy Downs and Caloundra clinics.
– For Caloundra: Please book through HotDoc or call reception.
– For Sippy Downs: Only available on Thursdays, please call reception to book.

Dr Lisa Martin

Dr Lisa Martin

Director; Sport & Performance Psychologist
PhD MPsych(Sport&Exercise) BA(Psych)(Hons) MAPS

Lisa has extensive experience in her field, having provided psychological support and strategies to both individuals and teams over the past 20 years. She currently works with athletes from a range of sports, including basketball, football, swimming, tennis, golf, surf sports, netball, BMX, motocross, hockey, triathlon (including ironman), soccer, and canoeing. Lisa specialises in assisting athletes, coaches, and other high-achieving individuals operating in high pressure situations and environments to access their optimal levels of performance. She also assists individuals who are facing transition in their lives (both sport-related and not). In sport, many times life changes can occur as a result of injury, relocation, deselection, or retirement. It can also be due to moving from an amateur to a professional level of competition or adapting to a new life event. Lisa also works frequently with medical professionals to assist them as they prepare for their specialist medical examinations.

Lisa aims to coach individuals to re-establish purpose and balance in their lives, along with appropriate levels of self-care by assisting them to overcome issues such as self-doubt, difficulties with motivation or focus, negativity, and nervousness. Many of these factors underlie common psychological problems such as adjustment disorder, depression, anxiety, stress and burnout. She has a special interest in neuroscience and seeks to educate her clients as best as she can so that they develop a strong understanding of their current circumstances, how they may have arisen, and how they may be overcome. Lisa uses an Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) framework, incorporating mindfulness techniques and other somatic and cognitive strategies, to aid her client’s progress. Lisa was the lead psychologist for the Australian Paralympic Swim Team, working and travelling with the team for a period of three years. She also worked as a lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast from 2004-2020, leading to her publishing her research and presenting it both domestically and internationally. ​

Lisa bases herself between the USA and Australia. In order to book an appointment with Lisa, please email [email protected].

​Qualifications: Dr Lisa Martin is a registered sport and exercise psychologist, a PsyBA approved supervisor, a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a Fellow of the APS College of Sport and Exercise Psychologists (CoSEP). Lisa specialises in stress and injury management and dealing with transition. Her PhD was focused on elite athlete career transition, psychological well-being, and self-identity. She also has a Masters qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Honours.

Janelle Jones

Janelle Jones

B.Science (Psychology)(Hons); M.ED. (Guidance and Counselling); QCT; MAPS

Janelle Jones is a Psychologist and an Educational and Career Development Consultant. She has more than 25 years of experience working with children and their families within the educational sector, as a teacher, academic leader, guidance, and careers counsellor.

Janelle offers a unique service, which crosses the educational, psychological, careers and social-emotional domains. She has a passion for parenting, child behaviour management and educational accommodations for children with diverse needs. Janelle has extensive experience in learning difficulties, and is experienced in working within the school setting with both children and adolescents exhibiting a wide range of difficulties.

Areas where Janelle can provide support and intervention include, but are not limited to, anger management, anxiety, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, behaviour problems, academic performance, bullying, career counselling, developmental disorders,  general counselling, intellectual disabilities, learning difficulties, learning disabilities, parenting, school issues, school readiness, speech language impairments, and trauma.

Janelle consults at our Caloundra clinic on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.