About onPsych

Our passion and our commitments are centered on improving the lives of all Australians.

No matter where you live, how old you are, what circumstances you face or the challenges you are navigating through, we believe in giving every single person access to the best care they can find. 

Almost half of the Australian population aged 16-85 will experience a mental disorder in their lives.

An organisation based in Australia, comprising a team with expertise from a diverse range of sectors - from education and teaching to social work to psychology - onPsych was founded with a firm dedication to bridging the gap between mental health professionals, psychologists and those in need of these services. As part of our mission, we seek to provide mental health support to individuals with disabilities and spread awareness on their psychosocial needs.

While significant improvements have been made in recent years - specifically in terms of accessibility and awareness to mental health care - there is much more to achieve in ensuring that all individuals have equal access. 

Here at onPsych, that's precisely what we are committed to.


Our core objectives

To have a positive impact on the lives of all Australians - young and old

To leverage Medicare and NDIS - enabling free/high quality psychological services

To work with youth and their families to help them reach a safe state of mental well-being

To bridge the gap between mental health professionals and individuals in need

To have a positive impact on the lives of all Australians - young and old

To work with youth and their families to help them reach a safe state of mental well-being

To leverage Medicare and NDIS - enabling free/high quality psychological services

To bridge the gap between mental health professionals and individuals in need


Our Team

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Martin Grigg is the Managing Director of onPsych Australia. He was a secondary school teacher, psychologist and student services coordinator in the Department of Education in Victoria. He has a strong interest in social skill training, disability and child psychology. After moving into private practice and consultancy, he established “onPsych” with the objective of improving the provision of psychological support to children, parents and teachers. Using four federal government programs, onPsych has been able to provide over 100,000 high quality services with no out of pocket expenses to either parents or schools. He co-authored “PASS-Process Assessment Support System”, which detailed a comprehensive assessment and support process that has been widely used in special education. He has worked in professional development and training of psychologists, teachers and “Student Welfare Coordinators”, and has a special interest in developing business models use cutting edge of technology.


Martin Grigg Managing Director, onPsych Australia

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Milê Glamcevski has a career providing services to the education and mental health sector for over 20 years. In that time has worked across three continents and achieved post graduate qualifications in mental health, medicine and education. He has worked in schools (educational environments) in Australia, Malaysia, Turkey, Cambodia, Nauru and Eat Timor providing mental health support. He has invested the majority of his working life in interdisciplinary mental health and education development. At the same time maintaining an international profile, as well as supervision a range of domestic and international research projects. He regular publishes on a range of areas and provides conference presentations domestically and internationally. He believes the key to successful mental health is early intervention and thinks school communities are the key


Milê Glamcevski  General Manager  for VIC and Western Australia


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Justine is an independent scientist-practitioner with eleven years of clinical experience. She has worked in schools across Australia as well as in clinics in Victoria and New South Wales. Her Ph.D. study centred around an examination of the psychological adjustments that individuals made after experiencing a distressing or traumatic life event. Specifically, identifying the cognitive processes underlying the relationship between attachment style, self-concept, and psychological health whilst exploring how the narrative process can apply in each case.

In her clinical practice, she uses an integration of different approaches specific to suit the individual’s goals and needs - a combination of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Narrative-Based Therapy.

Her specialist skills include clinical intervention, assessments, treatment developments, and research.

Justine strongly believes that the key to successful mental health treatment is early intervention and that school communities should be the target to achieving this goal.


Justine Anne Collins - General Manager, QLD, NSW and ACT. 


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Annabelle is passionate with regard to providing service to which will make a difference. Working in schools, rehabilitation and the disability sector, her approach is a holistic approach to which she believes community is the strongest asset. Building on a person’s social structures and networks is a key to her therapy approach. Understanding the need for psychological services, she believes early intervention is the best approach, therapy in schools is the way for the future. She greatly appreciates and understands the need for counselling and Chaplaincy programs not just in Western Australia however nationally


Annabelle - General Manager, WA. 


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