Our Team

Mirjam Jung

Louise Earnshaw

Registered Psychologist

Special Interest

  • Critical Care Debrief
  • Critical Incidents
  • Trauma
  • Grief
Louise has 24 years’ experience as a cross-cultural psychologist, social entrepreneur and educator. Prior to registration, Louise gained an additional 20 years’ experience working nationally and offshore in Humanities, management, corrections and commercial property.

Louise’s PhD research into ‘The similarities between entrepreneurs and at-risk youth’provided the foundations for her to create a number of national training colleges and accredited entrepreneurship curriculum. Commencing in 2002, her company and social-profit venture skilled marginalised youth and communities in new venture creation across Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Europe. This work had significant successes in remote indigenous communities in the West Australian desert for which Louise won a number of commonwealth and state government and university awards and toured to six countries.

Louise established a rural and remote social/emotional wellbeing service for the Martu people of the Western Desert and was an indigenous training consultant across the WA Ngaanyatjarra Lands. Louise worked for four years on Christmas Island with asylum seekers and refugees, unaccompanied minors, immigration and security. She initiated a volunteer project in Malta with Malta Microfinance to enhance migrant (refugee) entrepreneurial capacity.

Last millennium, Louise was Project Lead for the two year partnership between the Queensland government and Uni to deliver empirical state-wide Risk Assessment and Decision Making (RADM) training and assessment for Child Protection managers and caseworkers.

Louise’s other passion and talent is providing critical incident response to first-responders and workplaces and supporting indigenous, migrant and women’s well-being and psychological safety at work.

She is active in management coaching, leadership and organisational development. Her clinical strengths include trauma, grief, addictions, relationships, parenting, adolescent and early childhood development.

Louise is also a Board Approved Supervisor for provisional psychologists and currently supervises a number of early career clinicians.


  • BA Psychology (Hons I) University of Queensland

Registrations and Memberships

  • Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)