Martinovich Psychological Services
ANGELA MARTINOVICH has directed the practice as the Principal Clinical & Forensic Psychologist since the practice opened in Fremantle 2004, then grew to include Rockingham in 2009 and Dunsborough in 2014. Angela has worked in social service fields in the UK and Australia since 1995. She has studied clinical and forensic psychology and worked as a senior clinician in the WA public sector between 2001 and 2019 alongside her private practice work. Angela works mainly with adults, individually and in couples, treating most major mental health conditions and personality disorders and has a special interest in attachment and trauma disorders. In recent times Angela has complimented her long standing clinical tools with the addition of EMDR and hypnotherapy training. In addition to her clinical work Angela conducts forensic assessments in a range of legal contexts and provides consultancy and training to state and federal government departments. Angela is available at Fremantle, Rockingham and Dunsborough (and interstate upon request). She is also available to provide services via telehealth.
PAGAN EBSARY is a Psychologist. Pagan joined the practice in 2010 and in addition to her longstanding MPS role she has also worked within the employment services field, with experience in providing EAP services and counselling to job seekers with complex barriers to employment. She has also worked in the Injury Management field, providing vocational rehabilitation services and EAP within the WA Workers Compensation sector, Australian Defence Force and Department of Veterans Affairs. Pagan has an interest in women’s wellbeing and mental health and, in particular, the perinatal period. She is registered to provide pregnancy support counselling under Medicare. Pagan uses cognitive behavioural and mindfulness based interventions with a strong focus on a person centred approach. Pagan conducts assessments in Fremantle, Rockingham and Dunsborough and is available for therapeutic services weekly in Dunsborough. She is also available to provide services via telehealth.
AMY MCALPINE is a Clinical & Forensic Psychologist. Amy has previously worked in private practice, Alcohol and Other Drug treatment settings and correctional settings prior to commencing with MPS in 2016. Amy has experience working with older children, adolescents, and adults of all ages with behavioural, mental health, and interpersonal issues. She also sees couples for relationship concerns. She uses behavioural, cognitive behavioural, mindfulness based and trauma focused interventions, including EMDR, with a strong focus on the therapeutic relationship. Amy is also experienced in providing forensic psychological reports for West Australian courts. Amy is available in Fremantle and Rockingham, and via telehealth.
MAHI WEISS is a Clinical Psychologist. Mahi joined the practice in late 2018 and had previous extensive experience working in correctional settings (since 2010). Mahi’s previous experience has predominantly been with children, adolescents and young adults, addressing behavioural, mental health and interpersonal issues. Mahi also has clinical experience working with adults with mental health issues. She uses behavioural, cognitive behavioural and mindfulness based interventions in a person-centred and strength-based manner. Mahi has an interest in trauma and is able to deliver EMDR treatment. She further has an interest in treatment of Alcohol and other Drug use. Mahi is also experienced in providing forensic psychological reports for West Australian courts. Mahi is available in person at Fremantle and Rockingham, and via telehealth.
TEESHA BAINES is a Psychologist (M Psych Org), and joined the practice in 2012. Since completing her Master's degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology, Teesha has gained practical experience in many areas including assessment for selection/development, recruitment, culture, wellbeing, diversity, organisational development, change management, and training. Teesha is available to provide resume reviews, career transition support, and coaching. She is most passionate about improving wellbeing and diversity in the workplace. Teesha also works therapeutically with individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, and work related issues. Teesha utilises cognitive behavioural and mindfulness based interventions, and her warm and collaborative approach allows her to build successful therapeutic relationships with adults and adolescents from a diverse range of backgrounds. Teesha is available at Fremantle, Rockingham, can travel to corporate clients where necessary, and can provide services via telehealth.