Dr.Jataveda Mahapatra

MBBS, MMedSc Clin Psych, MRCPsych (UK), FRANZCP
Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr.Mahapatra is a general adult psychiatrist having trained and worked in psychiatry in the UK and Australia. He has more than 15 years of experience in managing a variety of psychiatric conditions. Apart from adequate expertise in managing general psychiatric conditions, his special interests include difficult to treat anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder and variants, first episode psychosis and personality disorders. 

Dr.Mahapatra takes pride in developing a collaborative rapport with individuals seeking treatment and feels that true recovery lies in individuals gaining better understanding of themselves and their situation. His practice is based on thorough assessment and appropriate use of therapeutic techniques combined with careful prescription of medication. He has published on the Cochrane database and presented posters internationally. He has taught students at the University of Leeds, UK and health services in Australia. 

Dr.Ranganath Rattehalli

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Rang Rattehalli is a Consultant Psychiatrist with more than 15 years’ experience of working in Australia and the United Kingdom. After attaining “Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery” (MBBS) from Bangalore University, India in 2000, he completed his Psychiatry Training in the United Kingdom before moving to Australia. His expertise in treating resistant psychiatric disorders including Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Adjustment Disorders and PTSD using a combination of psychological approaches and medications has been well recognised in the Brisbane Region. Considering his vast interest in research and teaching, Dr Rattehalli was credited with an honorary A/Prof position at Griffith University School of Medicine.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) in London. He is accredited in Queensland and Tasmania to assess Permanent Impairment from Psychiatric Disorders and is able to take instructions from solicitors, insurers, government bodies or the courts to provide medico-legal reports on a variety of matters.