Clinical Psychology &
Clinical neuropsychology involves the assessment and treatment of people with brain disorders that affect memory, learning, attention, language, reading, problem-solving and decision-making.
Clinical neuropsychologists may work with people who have:
Neuropsychological assessment may assist with the following:
A neuropsychological assessment may include 3 – 5 hours of testing, and is usually undertaken over several sessions on different days to eliminate fatigue. A comprehensive report including interpretation of the test results and tailored recommendations and strategies for implementation at school, in the home and at work may be included. A feedback session may also be provided.
We conduct neuropsychological assessments for legal firms, government agencies, insurance companies, medical specialists, the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and individuals throughout Western Australia.
Our assessments are conducted in a respectful, ethical and professional manner. A written service agreement ensures reports are produced by an agreed date (Usually three working weeks)
Dr Karen Brooker is an endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologist who has conducted assessments both internationally and within remote and rural Australia. She has worked both in the public sector, non-government agencies, and in private practice.
Dr Kelly Gough is an endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologist and current Chair of the APS WA College of Clinical Neuropsychology. He has worked in outpatient settings, tertiary education sector and private practice. His special interests are alcohol and other drug use as well as adult learning disorders.