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Dr Gerri Goodison is a University of Queensland Exercise Physiology and Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) graduate. She commenced specialist medical training in psychiatry after completing her internship as a junior doctor at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Dr Goodison gained valuable experience completing 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 (RANZCP), Dr Goodison has established herself as an outpatient adult psychiatrist. She has previously consulted out of rooms at the Toowong Specialist Clinic and The Yeronga Clinic. In February 2023, Dr Goodison realised her long-held dream when she established The Good Group Clinic.


Dr Goodison engages a gentle problem-solving approach with warmth, genuine interest, a curious mind, and a touch of humour to support her patients towards achieving their goals and enjoying a life of meaning and purpose.

Dr Goodison has a special interest in working with people navigating the challenges of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, while helping them to build self-compassion and to recognise and feel proud of their strengths. Dr Goodison uses a comprehensive assessment process to diagnose ADHD and to tailor a treatment plan that suits the needs and preferences of her individual patients. She also provides ongoing support and follow-up to monitor progress and to make adjustments to the treatment regime as needed.


As well as ADHD, Dr Goodison assists in the management of the co-morbidities and its associated symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, hormone-related mood and cognition changes, substance use difficulties, sleep problems, low self-esteem, and relationship issues. Knowing that these co-morbid issues can make living with ADHD even more difficult and can have a significant impact on overall wellbeing, Dr Goodison is passionate about offering integrated care that addresses both ADHD symptoms and any co-morbidities or secondary symptoms. She uses a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle interventions to help her patients to cope better and to improve their mental health.


Dr Goodison acknowledges the courage and strength it takes for someone to see a psychiatrist and to recognise and talk about their problems. She knows that it can feel unsafe or uncomfortable to open up and share feelings and experiences with someone. She also knows that it can be so very helpful and healing to talk with someone who listens, understands, and supports. Dr Goodison offers her patients a safe, confidential, and respectful space where they can express themselves freely and honestly. She genuinely enjoys getting know her patients, helping them to find their own solutions, and empowering them to make positive changes in their life.

Bachelor of Applied Science Human Movement Studies - Exercise Science, Honours Class 1, University of Queensland

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Queensland

Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP)

General and Specialist (Psychiatry) Medical Practitioner Registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA); MED00016787055

RANZCP ADHD Network, Member


Australian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA), Full Member

Australian Medical Association (AMA), Full Member

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