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Experience and Qualifications
Dr Daniel Dagge
Qualifications:  MBBS, FRANZCP

A graduate of the University of Queensland, Dr Dagge's primary background is in consultation liaison and forensic psychiatry. Having spent many years in the public health system in Queensland, he has developed a broad clinical background with particular experience in affective, psychotic and anxiety disorders. 

Supplementing public work with a role at the Keith Payne Unit at Greenslopes Private Hospital, Dr Dagge is also involved in managing Combat PTSD for returned veterans. Dr Dagge has an interest in emerging neurotherapeutics (qEEG and Neurofeedback, rTMS), Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET), and tele-psychiatry. Research interests include cognitive neuroscience, molecular genetics/pharmacogenomics and functional neuroimaging. 

Patient Admission - Keith Payne Unit, Greenslopes Private Hospital
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Dr Vikram Goel
Qualification:  MBBS FRANZCP

Dr Vikram Goel is a Queensland trained Psychiatrist and a Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. He has both General and Specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia. After graduating from Dayanand Medical College & Hospital in Punjab, India, Dr Goel completed the Australian Medical Council (AMC) examinations and then undertook specialist Psychiatric training in Queensland.

He has worked within Queensland's Public Mental Health Service for the last 14 years, initially as a House Officer and a trainee, and subsequently as a full-time Staff Specialist Psychiatrist leading a multidisciplinary team at The Park – Centre for Mental Health Treatment and Research.  Now in a part-time role with Qld Health, he works as a Staff Specialist within the Queensland Forensic Mental Health system and as a Visiting Medical Officer (Psychiatrist) at the Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Dr Goel has interests in treating Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Psychotic Disorders.  He has special interest in the treatment of Psychiatric Morbidity in Chronic Pain and other Illnesses, PTSD, Old Age Psychiatry, Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) and Neurofeedback techniques. Dr Goel accepts WorkCover, DVA and other third party cases for treatment and medico-legal purposes. Dr Goel is also GEPI trained and PIRS trained.

Patient Admission - Keith Payne Unit, Greenslopes Private Hospital

Dr Geraldine Goodison
Qualifications: BScAppHMS(Hons) MBBS FRANZCP

Dr Geraldine Goodison is a part-time private Psychiatrist specialising in outpatient psychiatric care for adult patients. She works collaboratively and compassionately with motivated patients, helping them towards recovery from a range of psychiatric disorders.

Dr Goodison is a University of Queensland Exercise Physiology and Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) graduate. She commenced her psychiatry training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital after her intern year, and completed her Advanced Training in private psychiatry at the Toowong Specialist Clinic. Since achieving her Fellowship with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Dr Goodison has continued to work as an outpatient private Psychiatrist.

Dr Goodison's areas of interest include first presentation of mental illness, mood and anxiety disorders, and ADHD.

Dr Goodison works limited days at The Yeronga Clinic and does not provide inpatient psychiatric care. Dr Goodison does not provide an emergency on-call service.
Dr Peter Wheatley
Qualifications: BSc MBBS FRANZCP

Dr Wheatley is a medical graduate from the University of New South Wales. He trained at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney before being commissioned in the Royal Australian Army Medical Corp. Dr Wheatley served for ten years in the Australian Regular Army as a Medical Officer achieving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He was deployed as the Officer Commander Medical Company in Rwanda in 1995 and as the Senior Medial Officer to Bougenvilla in 1998. Dr Wheatley commenced formal psychiatry training in 2005 and was awarded his fellowship in 2010. His interests include Military Psychiatry, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Mood Disorders. Dr Wheatley is a VMO at New Farm Clinic.

Patient Admission - New Farm Clinic.

Dr Diana Whitehead
Qualifications: MBBS FRANZCP

Dr Whitehead is an experienced adult psychiatrist. Dr Whitehead has 25 years of experience as a general adult psychiatrist and has worked in three different states in Australia. From 2004 to 2017 she worked at New Farm Clinic in Brisbane seeing inpatients and outpatients and is now concentrating more on outpatient work.

She is lesbian and gay friendly, interested in areas of anxiety disorders, including OCD and PTSD, depression, eating disorders, bipolar affective disorder, psychosis and psychotherapy. Dr Whitehead is experienced with CBT, DBT and EMDR therapies.

Dr Whitehead has limited private practice hours at The Yeronga Clinic and does not provide private psychiatric ‘in patient’ care. Dr Whitehead also does not provide a private emergency ‘on call’ service.

Dr Sharon Foley

Qualifications:  MBBS, MRCPsych MD FRANZCP

Dr Foley was awarded her Bachelor of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics from University College Dublin in 1999 and after three years of internal medicine training she commenced her psychiatry specialty training in Dublin. She was admitted as  a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK & Ireland) in 2005 and there after spent 2 years as a research fellow, in the area of early psychosis. She was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine for her research in 2009 and has since been widely published as both first and co-author across several mental health domains but mostly in the area of first episode psychosis.

Dr Foley immigrated to Australia in 2008 and worked as a senior registrar in general adult mental health until she received her fellowship to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2009, thereafter working as a Staff Specialist Psychiatrist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, covering both inpatient and community care. Dr Foley has since sub-specialised in her area of interest; she has been the Staff Specialist at the Early Psychosis team of Metro South district since 2011. Dr Foley maintains her public work in a part time capacity. Her interests continue to include research in the field of early psychosis: most recently in the role of childhood trauma in young adult mental health outcomes and evaluation of early use of rehabilitation approaches in serious mental illness in young adults. 

Dr Foley has limited private practice hours at The Yeronga Clinic and does not provide private psychiatric ‘in patient’ care. Dr Foley also does not provide a private emergency ‘on call’ service.

Dr Sean Tracey
Qualifications: MBBS, FRANZCP

Dr Sean Tracey graduated from the University of Queensland in 1997. He has been practicing Psychiatry since 1999, initially as a Registrar, and as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2008. He has extensive experience working in the public health system in Queensland, with experience across all areas of general adult psychiatry including Old Age and Forensic Psychiatry as well as Acute/Emergency Psychiatry. He has a particular interest in affective and anxiety disorders. 

Dr Tracey has limited private practice hours at The Yeronga Clinic and does not provide private psychiatric ‘in patient’ care. Dr Tracey also does not provide a private emergency ‘on call’ service.

Dr Shama Kanodia
Qualifications:  MBBS MD FRANZCP

Dr Shama Kanodia is a general psychiatrist with over 16 years of post-graduate experience, with special interest in perinatal psychiatry. She has general and specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia. Dr. Kanodia has trained extensively in mental health in both public and private sector in Queensland. She is currently employed as staff specialist in Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services. She holds a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian andNew Zealand College of Psychiatry (FRANZCP). Dr. Kanodia has interest in medical education and holds a conjoint appointment with University of Queensland.

Dr Kanodia has interests in treating perinatal mental disorders, depression, psychosis, bipolar disorder, adjustment disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. She is trained in Electroconvulsive Therapy and is a member of Perinatal and Infant Psychiatry Special Interest Group (PIPSIG) and Marce Society AustralasianChapter.

Dr. Kanodia does not provide private psychiatric ‘in patient’ care or private emergency ‘on call’ service.

Dr Charissa Wong
Qualification: DPsych (Clin), BBehSc (Psych Hons), MAPS, MACPA

Charissa is a Clinical Psychologist who works from a collaborative, compassionate, and thoughtful approach to support clients in making meaningful change with the aim of improving their quality of life. 

Charissa was awarded the Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) degree at the Queensland University of Technology and has practiced across various clinical settings including hospitals, forensic facilities, and community. Charissa has experience working with adults, children and youth, and their families in managing a range of emotional and psychological concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis, behavioural challenges, and personality disorders. Charissa can also support clients through general life stress, grief and loss, anger issues, addiction, and relationship difficulties.  

Charissa is dedicated to creating a safe and trusting therapeutic environment, and believes in working collaboratively with each client to develop an individualised treatment plan to cater to the client’s needs. Charissa offers a range of psychological assessment services, and works from an integrative therapeutic approach including interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Psychodynamic and other insight-oriented therapies, and Solution-Focused Therapy. 

Charissa understands that it can be daunting to seek therapy for the first time or to re-commence therapy with a new Psychologist. She will take time to explore clients’ concerns and wishes, and assist them in moving forward with greater confidence and contentment in life.
Dr Joe Wagner
Qualifications: BBiomedSc (Hons), DClinPsych(Clin/Neuro)

Dr Joe Wagner is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist who completed his training at The University of Queensland. Over the last 10 years, Dr Wagner has worked with people from all stages of the lifespan in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, private practice, rehabilitation units, and forensic environments. Dr Wagner has a keen interest in conducting research and has co-authored a number of journal articles in the areas of neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, and molecular genetics. He is also a Board Approved Supervisor for provisional psychologists completing the 4+2, 5+1, and Higher Degree (i.e. Masters/Doctor of Psychology degree) pathways.

Dr Wagner has interests in the assessment and rehabilitation of cognitive difficulties that occur in a range of diseases and disorders, including ADHD, brain injury, and dementia. He is experienced in the assessment of memory, intelligence, executive and academic functioning, and in examining the cognitive dysfunction that occurs in psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, and personality disorders. Dr Wagner is also passionate about conducting clinical and neuropsychological assessments and interventions via telehealth, and has co-authored an article based on his work providing memory rehabilitation to patients with an acquired brain injury over Skype.

From a Clinical Psychology perspective, Dr Wagner has interests in helping people with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance addiction, and psychosis. He practises primarily from a CBT perspective; however, Dr Wagner also draws upon the areas of Mindfulness and DBT skills to help his patients improve the quality of their life by gaining a better understanding of themselves, reducing their emotional distress, and improving their relationships with others.