Dr Jeanette Pine [MBBS, MMH (PerinatInf), GradDipMntlHlthSci] is a graduate of the University of Sydney. She gained her Master of Mental Health (Perinatal and Infant) degree from the NSW Institute of Psychiatry in 2012 and Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Science (Child, Adolescent and Family) from Monash University in 2001.

Jeanette has long standing commitment and passion for improving the wellbeing of families by compassionate and high quality health care.

Jeanette works with parents and carers to better understand their children’s wellbeing and mental health issues. This includes helping resolve their concerns about their child’s development, learning, behaviour, health and family relationship problems.

Jeanette worked in paediatric General Practice in Essendon for 17 years and has also worked at Monash Hospital (Developmental Disabilities Clinic), Monash Early in Life Mental Health Service, the Royal Women’s Hospital, the Queen Elizabeth Centre, and as a volunteer overseas.

Jeanette enjoys gardening, bushwalking, op-shopping and barracking for Essendon AFL teams