Charlotte O’Donnell


Clinical Psychologist

Charlotte is a Brisbane based Clinical Psychologist who holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and has been registered with the Psychology Board of Australia since 2004. Charlotte works with adults and has a broad range of clinical experience in public and private mental health settings including

  • EAP services with The Mater Hospital & Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) and several large private corporate organisations

  • clinical services in Primary Care settings,

  • Sexual Health and HIV Psychology Service (Qld Health),

  • University Clinics and Lifeline face-to-face counselling services.

Charlotte has experience in helping individuals with a broad range of clinical issues including

  • mood and anxiety disorders,

  • trauma reactions,

  • sleep problems,

  • stress,

  • grief and loss,

  • mid-life transition issues,

  • parenting advice,

  • adjustment difficulties,

  • low self-esteem,

  • relationship distress,

  • interpersonal problems,

  • LGBTI and gender variance issues.

Charlotte draws on evidence based treatments such as Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness-based therapies and Schema-focused cognitive therapies. She has a warm and compassionate approach to working with clients and strives to harness each person’s strengths to help achieve lasting change.


  • Australian Psychological Society (APS)

  • APS College of Clinical Psychologists

Important Note

Charlotte does NOT do medico-legal, Centrelink (including NDIS), immigration, injury or compensation reports.