Mantle Health has team members with a minimum of 10 years experience dealing with Men’s issues in male dominated organisations and environments. Together, everyone at Mantle Health recognises the benefits that effective, evidence-based treatment, delivered securely via video consultation technology can provide. Mantle Health has been created so you have a better way to get expert Psychological assistance – where and when you need it.
The Mantle Health team has been hand-picked and have specific training in Men’s mental health. So no matter where you are and who at Mantle you engage with, you’ll be accessing the best person to help you.’
Garrick 'G' Chatterjee
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology – Hons), Master of Human Resource Management, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Garrick, or ‘G’ as he is best known, has over 10 years of experience as a General Psychologist and has worked across a range of fields that include corporate, clinical, government and non-profit environments both locally and globally. G began his career supporting and working with people with a complex lived experience of Mental Health within the community, before moving into occupational rehabilitation and then corporations providing performance coaching and well-being support. When not with Mantle he also provides clinical and critical incident support and services as required. He is also enrolled in a Master in Organisational Psychology currently (completing 2023). Originally from Africa, he was a keen Rugby player in a previous life. He remains a passionate Rugby Union fan as well as AFL and League. When G is not in the stands, he loves to cook.
Affiliations & Experience: Advisory Committee Member Lingfield College, Principal Consultant GBC Services, Senior Consultant Actrua, Senior Psychologist People Sense/Altius, Consultant Sentis, Professional Services Manager Konekt, Team Leader FSG Australia, Support Worker Mental Illness Fellowship QLD, Member of Australian Psychological Society, Member of Australian Human Resources Institute (MAHRI).
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Master of Counselling Psychology, Post-Graduate Diploma (Psychology), Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Greg’s expertise spans more than a decade, working with major corporates as well as in first responder emergency situations and defence and government environments. From executives, through to emergency personnel, he has deep experience in working with Men at some of their most challenging life moments. He has worked with major incident responses to situations that include the Sydney Lindt Cafe siege, the 2015 Nepal Earthquake Rescue Mission and the death of Cricketer Phillip Hughes. It is from these events that he has come to develop a passion and understanding for helping others through countless crises and life changes to assist them to be their best at home and at work. Greg favours practical strategies to get quick improvements, before digging into further issues if required. A father of two, he thrives on being a Dad, enjoying great food and wine and racing his car on weekends (not all at the same time).
Affiliations & Experience: Senior Management and Trauma Psychology positions with two of Australia’s leading EAP (Employee Assistance Program) providers as well as with a Government Authority.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons), Bachelor of Behavioural Science
Ten years ago, Margie made the big decision to give up her career as an Executive Recruiter. It was something she had done for 15 years. Despite struggling at High School and not being confident she would be accepted into Uni, let alone graduate, she did. And more than that, she received a Distinction for her thesis investigating the Well-being and Performance of Male Executives. Margie has a deep interest in Mental Health, largely due to losing her 69 year old father to Mental Health difficulty in her teens. She then lost her brother who was also struggling. These events led to a strong interest in supporting Men – not only with building their sense of self-worth, but also their personal and professional potential. In a previous life Margie trained as a performer (but realised she could neither sing or act!), and still draws on this background when running workshops and presentations. A self-described fitness fanatic, out of hours Margie enjoys spin cycling, yoga, mindfulness, writing and mystery documentaries.
Affiliations & Experience: Principal Psychologist and Leadership Coach Connect-Inspire-Transform, Senior Psychologist Mind Body Psychology, General Psychologist and Leadership Coach Better LifeCentre, Telehealth Psychologist Good Minds, EAP Psychologist New View Psychology, Member of Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), Member of the College of Organisational Psychology (COPS).
Dr Rachael Proctor
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology), Bachelor of Science (Psychology – Hons)
Rachael is passionate about helping others with their challenges. It’s something she’s been doing as a registered Clinical Psychologist for over 15 years. In that time Rachael has held a diverse range of roles. In areas that include health, policing, education and the military. Her deep experience ranges from assisting executive level leaders to develop their true potential, right through to helping individuals improve their relationships and live their best lives at home, work and in the community. While studying her doctorate research, she focused her efforts on treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and chronic pain following injury and is highly regarded in this area. A committed continuous learner, Rachael enjoys reading, absorbing and putting into practice the latest evidence-based strategies with her clients. When she’s not working, Rachael places real emphasis on family time. She’s also a fiercely competitive ‘social’ netballer, and loves camping, enjoying the outdoors and bush walking.
Affiliations & Experience: Psychology Officer Australian Army Psychology Corps, Senior Clinical Psychologist Queensland Health, Psychologist Defence Force Recruiting, Contract Psychologist Australian Federal Police, School Psychologist Brisbane Catholic Education, Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Guest Lecturer University of Queensland, Clinical Supervisor University of Queensland and Griffith University, Director and Clinical Psychologist at Proctor Clinical Psychology.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Master of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (Hons Psychology), Bachelor of Business Management
Jon thrives on seeing those he treats take control of their destiny. His passion for bringing out the best in others has taken him around the globe for 15 years. Including the Asia-Pacific, Russia, North America and remote Australia – assisting and supporting workforce engagement, team cohesion and well-being. Jon’s industry knowledge includes Professional Services, Healthcare, Mining, Construction, Aviation, Utilities, Tourism, Education, Media, Sport and more. He has extensive experience dealing with those in FIFO (Fly In Fly Out) roles. Areas of focus within Jon’s work have included mindfulness, mental toughness, resilience, functional coping and personal identity. A fan of food, Jon also enjoys investing and real estate renos.
Affiliations & Experience: High Performance Psychology Founder & Director, HP Psych & HP Psych 2 Pty Ltd Director, Project Psychologist (Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals, Mining, Metals, Industrial Services), Cape Australia Onshore Project Psychologist & Cultural Development Coach, Betchel Zero Accident Plus Manager, Ingeus Project Manager & Organisational Development Specialist, University of Queensland Industry Academic, Australian Catholic University Lecturer, University of Queensland Assessment Consultant (Exercise Psychology Service, Psychometric Profiling, People Solutions).
Dr Stewart Hase
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Doctor of Philosophy, MA Psychology (Hons), Dip Psychology, BA Psychology & Education, Associate Diploma Nursing Education
An experienced management and executive coach, who has run workshops in leadership, learning, mental health, team development and change for many years, Stewart is best known for developing a learning theory with a colleague that’s now used globally. An author of over 130 books, book chapters and scientific papers, he has been a registered Psychologist in private practice since 1986. Stewart has assisted countless Men to resolve concerns, improve relationships, develop careers and lead a better life. Living in a small northern NSW fishing village with fabulous beaches, surf and golf course (where he tries to hit a little white ball with a stick poorly suited to the task), Stewart enjoys painting, fishing, being amazed at his grandchildren and continuing to write his fictional stories and articles.
Affiliations & Experience: Director Stewart Hase and Associates, Director Diorablue, Sessional Lecturer University of Technology Sydney, Professor Southern Cross University, Director DBA programme, Southern Cross University Manager, Norsearch Ltd, Lecturer Salisbury College of Advanced Education, Lecturer Southern Institute of Technology, Tasmania, Registered Nurse. Member Action Learning Action Research, Editorial board of Southern Institute of Technology, Journal of Applied Research, Editorial board of Pacific Journal of Technology Advanced Learning.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist and Clinical Psychologist
Master of Clinical Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Grad Cert Educational Management
Avonia is compassionate, down-to-earth, and non-judgemental, continually looking for ways to hone her skills over a storied 25 year psychology career. She has worked in metropolitan and rural settings with a focus on meeting the mental health needs of adults, youth (16 to 24 years), Aboriginal people, and people with co-occurring chronic health conditions. Avonia is passionate about helping people to improve their mental health and well-being and thrive in their personal, work, or study life. She has expertise working with anxiety, depression, and adjustment following significant life events. Avonia uses a collaborative, person-centred, trauma-informed, culturally secure, and recovery-oriented approach. In her free time, Avonia loves spending time with friends, good books, good food, art house films, live theatre and dance, gardening, and walking on the beach with her dog, Pip.
Affiliations & Experience: Clinical Psychologist, Hannington Clinical Psychology; Clinical Psychologist, Centre for Clinical Interventions Eating Disorders Program; Clinical Psychologist, YouthLink; Senior Clinical Policy and Planning Officer, WA Department of Health; Program Manager and Clinical Psychologist, Great Southern GP Network; Clinical Psychologist, University of WA Student Services; AHPRA Board-approved supervisor.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Post Post Grad Dip Forensic Psychology, Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology & Criminology).
Cas has a passion for Men’s Mental Health, having spent the majority of her 18-year career working with Men from all walks of life. She has extensive experience working in the NSW Justice system, which is bookended by more recent roles working in community Mental Health in rural and remote areas of NSW. Having worked with Men on both sides of law, in rural and urban communities, and raising her two boys, Cas is passionate about continuing to break down the barriers that Men sometimes experience when it comes to seeking help and improving their Mental Health and wellbeing. She also has a special interest in supporting Men and Women impacted by breast cancer as she beat this disease herself. Cas is Mum to two teenage boys and a cat named Hunter. She loves walking, travel and aerial circus. When she doesn’t have both feet planted on the ground, you’ll find her 6 metres in the air working on a new aerial trick!
Affiliations & Experience: Senior Psychologist Logan Paediatric Service, Rural Adversity Mental Health Program Coordinator, NSW Police Psychologist, School Psychologist, Senior Psychologist NSW Department of Corrective Services, Health Education Officer, Mental Health First Aid Trainer, Australian Association of Psychologists Member.
Dr Ross Leembruggen
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology – Hons), Cert IV Workplace and Business Coaching, Grad Dip Clinical Hypnosis, Doctor of Business Administration, Masters Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, Masters Business (Distinction), Cert IV Training and Assessment.
Dr Ross Leembruggen is a highly experienced Psychologist, with a far-reaching career that spans more than 23 years. He has worked in both the public and private sectors, including fields that include Sport and Recreation, Defence, Corrections and Workplace Consulting. In that time he has put in place in support, treatment and guidance for individuals, families and communities in areas that include depression, anxiety, work-related stress, PTSD, addictions, sleeping difficulties, conflict at work, relationships, financial concerns, grief, vocational guidance and parenting. His approach to care is 100% focused on those he consults with. For Ross, it’s all about being compassionate and committed, and providing high quality, evidence-based psychological services that make a difference. A fan of the outdoors, when Ross is not at his desk he’s out hiking, surfing, skiing or playing touch footy or soccer.
Affiliations & Experience: Psychologist Royal Australian Air Force, Psychologist Royal Australian Navy, Managing Director/Psychologist AusPsych, Principal Psychologist Advanced Psychology Solutions, Outdoor Education Instructor NSW Dept Sport and Recreation, Psychologist NSW Dept Corrective Services, Australian Psychological Society Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors Member, Australian Society of Hypnosis Member, Hunter Young Professionals Member, Hunter Business Chamber Member, Rotary Member.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Hons)
Kelly’s genuine approach ensures every person she sees is provided with holistic, tailored support within a relaxed, non-judgemental environment. With over a decade of combined experience in military, clinical and sports psychology sectors, Kelly’s definition of success is intertwined with both professional and personal pursuits. Currently she is in the midst of the ‘joys and chaos’ of raising a young family. During the course of her career, Kelly has sought out a diverse range of professional opportunities, including international engagements that have provided a broad framework of lessons and perspectives she’s been able to share and utilise to assist others. Her interests include interior design, travel, photography and coffee.
Affiliations & Experience: Senior Psychologist Australian Army Psychology Corps, Consultant Psychologist to The Australian National Rugby League, Consultant Psychologist, Here. AHPRA Board-Approved Supervisor, Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society, Trainer Mental Health First Aid Australia.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise) Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
As the mother of two young Men (one a sensitive soul and the other independently headstrong), Jo is passionate about enhancing individual and group performance across all areas of life – including mental health, employment, relationships, and parenting. Her home-life also means she has an active interest in reducing male mental health stigma and improving early intervention and support mechanisms for Men. With 13 years’ experience in adult and adolescent mental health, Jo has worked in military and performance-based settings. Her methods are collaborative and evidence based, utilising goal-setting to work through concerns, life difficulties and challenges. Out of hours, Jo is an avid runner, netballer and tennis player.
Affiliations & Experience: Australian Defence Force Senior Psychologist, Open Arms Psychologist, Queensland University of Technology Dance Psychologist, AFL Queensland Psychologist, University of Queensland Sport and Exercise Psychology Service Psychologist, AHPRA Board-approved supervisor.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Bachelor of Psychology, Grad Dip Psychology
With over 14 years’ Psychological experience, Shelley began her career working with children and families experiencing a range of pressures. She has worked across a broad range of environments including health, education, non-government, corporate and sport, along with the predominantly male industries of mining, construction, utilities, transport, law and finance. A specialist in the area of trauma, Shelley has provided critical incident support to corporate firms in events such as accidental deaths and injuries, as well as stressful occurrences such as organisational redundancies, restructures, change and uncertainty, aggression and conflict. She is a person that cares deeply about helping people maintain their health and wellbeing in all aspects of their life. Big on fitness, Shelley is a keen HIIT trainer, swimmer and cook.
Affiliations & Experience: Performance Coach, Hudl, Agile Sports Technologies, Principal Psychologist, Shelley Miles Psychology, Head of Psychology Services, Assure Programs, Senior Consultant Psychologist, Communicorp, National Manager Intake Services/Senior, Intake Psychologist, Assure Programs, Child and Family Program, Psychologist: Intervention and Reunification Practitioner, Life Without Barriers, Care Coordinator Practitioner, Tennyson Special School/Centre for Alternative Programs, Behaviour Support.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Master of Business, Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)
Down-to-earth, approachable, and ‘a bloody good bloke’ is the best way to describe Luke. With 12 years’ experience as an accomplished Psychologist in military, national and global organisations, he has extensive experience working with men in predominantly male environments. Luke also works as the lead facilitator for LIVIN, a mental health charity, delivering mental health awareness and stigma reduction education initiatives for schools, sporting clubs, local communities and workplaces. Passionate about philanthropy, travel, visual arts, exercise and sport (especially his team the Bombers), Luke is highly regarded professionally for his ‘on-the-level’ conversational and very relatable therapeutic approach.
Affiliations & Experience: Mantle Health Co-Founder & CMO, ChekMate Co-Founder & Principal Psychologist, LIVIN Lead Facilitator & Principal Psychologist, Senior Psychologist Australian Army.
Dr Dave Anthony
AHPRA Registered Psychologist and Sport & Exercise Psychologist
Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise), Grad Dip Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology
Dave is passionate about changing the way Men engage in therapy and improving their quality of life. With over 15 years’ experience in corporate, sport, defence, health, government and academic environments, he’s worked in numerous male-dominated environments, and provides specialist Psychological services in a way that’s identifiable and relatable. Previously a structural draftsman, Dave was introduced to Psychology through a Rotary program, and has been hooked ever since. His Doctorate involved developing strategies for the enhancement and maintenance of performance with the West Coast Eagles. A lover of surfing, the outdoors and adventure racing, Dave is married and recently welcomed a baby girl to the family, joining their ‘firstborn’, a chocolate labrador called Lani.
Affiliations & Experience: Mantle Health Co-Founder & CEO, Communicorp Managing Psychologist, LIVIN Advisory Board Mental Health Subject Matter Expert, Invictus Team Australia, Lead Sport Psychologist, Australian Army Psychology Corps Senior Psychologist, Dave Anthony Psychology Principal Psychologist, Prime Time Training Consultant Psychologist, University of Queensland Sport and Exercise Psychology Service. AHPRA Board-approved supervisor and Registrar program principal supervisor, Australian Association of Psychologists Member, Adjunct Fellow – Macquarie University.
Dr John Baranoff
AHPRA Registered Psychologist, Sport and Exercise Psychologist, Health Psychologist, and a Clinical Psychologist
Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Clinical Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), Bachelor of Science
Married with 3 children, John knows well the realities of juggling life, work and performing at your peak. With close to 20 years’ experience across clinical, sport and academic settings, he’s provided Psychological support and intervention to men in a number of high performance and community environments and uses the latest research to inform his clinical approach. Experienced in dealing with elite sportspeople, John has worked with the AIS, AFL and the AFLPA. He also trains other Psychologists in effective treatments for anxiety and depression. His University of Queensland Doctorate focused on coping with athletic injuries, and those that affect well-being. Naturally, John loves sport, particularly open water swimming, running and cycling. He’s also a keen guitarist.
Affiliations & Experience: Centre for Treatment of Anxiety and Depression Team Manager & Senior Clinical Psychologist, AFL Players’ Association, AIS Mental Health Referral Network, Communicorp Group, Endorsement in Clinical Psychology and Sport & Exercise Psychology, AHPRA Board-approved supervisor, and Registrar program principal supervisor, Adjunct Lecturer, The University of Queensland, Clinical Senior Lecturer, The University of Queensland, SA State Chair, Australian Psychological Society, and College of Sport and Exercise Psychologists.
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
BsC (Hons) Psychology
Dave has had a 20 year international career as a Psychologist, strategist, consultant and advisor. With an early career path that has included construction and earthmoving, hospitality, and small business ownership, through to leadership positions in ASX companies working with C-suites and Boards, he is a recognised expert in workplace mental health who is a regular on the national and international speaking circuit. With a knack for untangling complexity, Dave is experienced in dispute resolution, workplace dynamics, executive stress, leadership self-care and risk management. A keen surfer, fisherman, history-buff and traveller, he keeps busy not only with his hobbies, but also raising a family of three.
Affiliations & Experience: Mantle Health Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist, Chief Mental Health Officer, Westpac Group, Federal Government ‘Ahead for Business’ Healthy Mind, Healthy Business Leadership Advisory Group Member, Psychological Safety Australia Founder and Partner, Ethics Applied Founder and Partner, Australian Army Psychology Corps (Reservist) Psychologist, Canberra Hospital Psychologist, Australian Psychological Services Principal Psychologist.