Dr. Jemima Petch Head of Practice
Qualifications:  PhD Clinical Psychology (2006) Bachelor of Psychology with First Class Honours (1999) Affiliations Adjunct Researcher Griffith University and Adjunct Research University of Queensland Chair of the RAQ Research Advisory Committee Areas of interest Client outcomes, couple relationships, prevention and early intervention, transition to parenthood Contact: jpetch@raq.org.au... Read more
Mark Westby Manager of Research
Qualifications BPsych (Hons First Class) 2010; Southern Cross University Medal 2010; PhD Candidate University of Queensland Areas of Interest Children’s involvement in decision-making during parental separation Indigenous Child development and child protection program evaluation Out of home care policy reform Men’s domestic violence intervention Contact: mwestby@raq.org.au Publications Arney, F... Read more
Dr Aditi Lohan Senior Research Officer
Qualifications: PhD (Clinical Psychology), 2017 M.A. (Psychology), 2010 B.A. (Hons.) Psychology, 2008 Areas of interest: Parenting, couple and child relationships; Project management; Early intervention; Evidence-based interventions; Research and evaluation; Chronic illness; Improving outcomes for individuals with disabilities. Contact: ALohan@raq.org.au Publications: Journal Articles Lohan, A... Read more
Riyad Rahimullah Senior Research Officer
Qualification: BA (Pyschology) Hons Class 1; Current: PhD Candidate – Griffith University Areas of Interests: Riyad specialises in investigating barriers to treatment, treatment attrition in RAQ’s services, and evaluating RAQ’s family mediation service. His PhD research focuses on the psychology of radicalisation amongst Muslim adolescents. His interests lie in service delivery, diversity and... Read more
Tulsi Achia Research Officer
Qualifications: M.Sc (Counselling Psychology), Mpsych (Clinical Psychology), MAPS. Current: PhD candidate – School of Psychology, University of Queensland. Areas of interest: Clinical and social psychology. Interpersonal harm and coping, solidarity and allyship by socially privileged groups in social justice engagement.
Jelena Milic Research Assistant
Qualifications: Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Areas of interest: Data analysis, client outcomes, parenting and couple relationships.