APS College of Forensic Psychologists

Committee Information

The following members of the National College Committee have been elected by the members of the College of Forensic psychologists. Please feel free to contact the College Committee members with any queries or suggestions about the activities and events which they organise for members of this College.


Dr Gavan Palk


Miss Kerrilee Hollows
Phone: 0426 198 477
Consultant Forensic Psychologist


Mrs Margi Johnson
Phone: 0427637726
Rurally practising Forensic Psychologist with a special interest in victims of crime, trauma and grief.


Mr Bruce Watt

CPD Coordinator

Dr Timothy Lowry

Membership Secretary

Mr William Doudle
Phone: 0438645777

Communications and Marketing

Dr Rebekah Doley
Phone: 07 55951344
Dr Rebekah Doley has experience in recruitment, selection, training, personnel development and project management. She is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with a particular interest in the psychology of deliberate firesetting. In addition to lecturing in postgraduate psychology programs at Bond University, she works and researches in the areas of dispute resolution and mediation, medico-legal assessments and couples therapy. Dr Doley is Co-Director of The Centre for Forensic and Interpersonal Risk Management (C-FIRM; Bond University), addressing issues of interpersonal risk and safety. She has also been a military psychologist for nearly 20 years, including coordinating the Australian Defence Force Suicide Prevention Program.

Course Approvals

Dr Garry Kidd

Committee Member

Dr Steve Morgan

Strategic Policies

Mrs Therese Ellis-Smith
Phone: 07 5595 5601


Dr Gary Banks


Ms Gail Corrigan
Gail is a Forensic Psychologist who has worked in the mental health field since her first role as a psychologist in Broken Hill, NSW over fifteen years ago. She has diverse interests, in areas of trauma, trans-cultural mental health, forensic mental health, social justice and bioethics, developed over a career that has spanned Australia, England and New Zealand. Gail’s experiences have culminated in a focus on working with individuals with complex needs. Gail currently works in private practice, where she is able to focus on two areas of interest: clinical interventions with individuals with complex needs and provision of robust, ethical forensic assessments in the criminal and civil fields. She has a Masters in Forensic Psychology and is currently completing a Masters in Clinical Psychology.


Ms Louisa Hackett


Position vacant


Dr Tiffany Lewis


Position vacant