Dr Jodie Housman is a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about psychology and has enjoyed working with individuals and families in a clinical, counselling and forensic capacity since 2000. Jodie received the Dean’s Commendation Award for Outstanding Achievement in her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and has completed a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) at the Griffith University. She is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia with Clinical Psychology endorsement and is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). At all times, she abides by the APS Ethical Code and Professional Standards. As part of her doctorate dissertation, Jodie designed a NEW brief flexible parenting intervention with the primary aim: to improve parental adjustment, parenting and co-parenting relations, minimise interparental conflict and child adjustment problems post-separation and divorce. Jodie joined the City Fertility Centre in 2011 and is the Senior Counsellor for Sunnybank and Brisbane City Clinics.
Jodie holds full membership of the Fertility Society of Australia, the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors’ Association (ANZICA), the Sexual Health Society of Queensland and the Australian and New Zealand Professional Association for Transgender Health. Jodie is a Clinical Psychologist Medicare Provider and specialises in clinical psychological services, relationship counselling, fertility support (donor, surrogacy and general fertility supportive services) and LGBTQIAP+ services.
Jodie is committed to helping individuals and couples through psychological treatment methods to achieve optimum emotional health. Her preferred treatment modalities are evidence-based Cognitive, Behavioural, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness techniques to enhance and promote emotional well-being and encourage valued living. Clients are provided with psycho-education, active skills training, goal formulation, support and guidance to enhance their competence and confidence in managing everyday situations.
Dr Tracey Burgess-Limerick has been a Registered Psychologist since 1989. She completed a First Class Honours Degree in Psychology at The University of Queensland in 1988, and a PhD at Griffith University in 1995. Tracey is LGBTQIAP+ friendly. Tracey is a Full Member of the Fertility Society of Australia, the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors’ Association, and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science.
In January 2017, Tracey joined the counselling team at City Fertility Centre and supports individuals and couples on their fertility journey. Tracey is now a Housman Psychology Fertility Counsellor and Psychologist and her work include both supportive fertility counselling and donor counselling. Tracey uses genuine and respectful listening, together with practical strategies and meaningful processes, to create a space in which you feel confident, calm, informed, positive and energised.
Tracey values offering continuity of care and is skilled at supporting you through the fertility journey and beyond, whether that involves reconsidering your future or handling pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood.
Tracey’s preferred evidenced based treatment modalities include Strengths-based counselling, Appreciative Inquiry, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness.
Glen Housman is dedicated to running a professional psychology practice and will ensure that everything runs smoothly for your psychology visit. If you have any questions, complaints or compliments about our service, please feel free to speak to Glen and he will ensure that your concerns or suggestions are addressed as we strive to provide the best psychological care.
Housman Psychology is LGBTQIAP+ friendly.